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Chorus America's calendar features concerts, auditions, workshops, festivals, and special events throughout North America. Both members and site users may post to the calendar; simply login (top righthand corner) to complete the simple submission form. Not yet a member or a site user? Join or create your account now.

 

Please note that the calendar is for events only,  this is not the place to post season announcements, grants nor awards.  Please post to Member News with any such announcements.

Events

 

New York Choral Society - 2018-2019 Season Auditions

Upper East Side

Pat Owens | Performance

NYCHORAL (New York Choral Society) invites you to join our friendly and talented group of singers, led by music director David Hayes. Auditions for all voice parts will be held August 21, 23, 27 and 28, 2018. Learn more about NYCHORAL auditions, membership and our upcoming season at www.nychoral.org. To request an audition or if you have questions, please contact us at auditions@nychoral.org. We look forward to meeting you! Read more

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Sing with Cantare Con Vivo this July

Berkeley, CA

David Morales | Adults/Seniors, Participation, Performance, Recruitment, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Singing

This July, sing with Cantare Con Vivo in a concert featuring great anthems from the Christian tradition.  Read more

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Alpharetta Community Chorus Summer Singers

180 Academy Street, Alpharetta, GA 30009

Alpharetta Comm... | Community Outreach

The Alpharetta Community Chorus Summer Singers will rehearse July 13-15, 2018 at Alpharetta Presbyterian Church and give a performance in the same venue on July 15th at 3 PM.  Admission is free!  For more information go to www.alpharettacommunitychorus.com/summer-singers   Read more

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The Complete Conductor - Focus on Brahms

Rochester, NY

ESMSummer | Conducting, Education, Performance, Professional, Rehearsal, Repertoire, Singing

  Summer choral conducting institute at Eastman, led by William Weinert, Eastman's Director of Choral Activities. Read more

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Summer Sing of the Faure and Rutter Requiems

Falls Church, VA

lwicks | Singing

Choralis invites area choristers to sing-through the Fauré Requiem and Rutter Requiem, with soloists Sheri Reed Crotty, soprano and Vincent Fung, baritone and keyboard accompaniment.  The Sing will be led by Choralis Artistic Director Gretchen Kuhrmann. Read more

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The 9th World Peace Choral Festival

Vienna, Austria

World Peace Cho... | Adults/Seniors, Awards, Children/Youth, Performance, Singing

"Coming together to sing, singing for a better future", the World Peace Choral Festival is organized annually in Vienna in the 2nd half of July, supported by the Austrian federal government authorities, the city government of Vienna, the Vienna Boys Choir, the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna, NGOs, enterprises and a series of personalities. Since its premiere in August 2010, choirs from Europe, Asia, North America and Africa have participated at the festival and brought beautiful memory back home. For more information please visit www.wpcf.at or write info@wpcf.at Read more

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Cantare Con Vivo presents "Sing & Rejoice!"

Berkeley, CA

David Morales | Performance

This July, Cantare Con Vivo Artistic Director David Morales will direct a Cantare summer concert centered on music from the Christian church tradition.  Read more

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Pacific Chorale Choral Sketches

Orange County, CA

Molly Buzick Pontin | Composing/Commissioning, Education

Pacific Chorale presents a unique learning opportunity for composers who wish to develop their skills in writing choral music, with mentoring from renowned composer Tarik O’Regan. The purpose of the Choral Sketches initiative is to provide a creative and open environment for composers to deepen their experience writing for voices in a choral context. Choral Sketches is open to composers at any career stage who are currently residing legally in the U.S. Full details and application requirements are at www.pacificchorale.org/choral-sketches. Application deadline is August 1. Read more

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Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Names Fernando Malvar-Ruiz Next Artistic Director

585 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

sgordon823 | Children/Youth

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus Names Fernando Malvar-Ruiz Next Artistic Director Noted Conductor, Clinician and Educator who Assumes Post on August 1, 2018, Served as Music Director of American Boychoir from 2004-2017   His Tenure Was Highlighted by 200 Performances and up to Five National and International Tours Annually – including Appearances with New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, Vienna Philharmonic, St. Olaf Choir, Westminster Choir and New York Choral Artists, among Others – Eight Recordings, Live Performances at the Oscars and on CNN andFeatured Role in Fictional Movie Inspired by Choir  Read more

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Summer Chorus 2018 – Leonard Bernstein at 100

Minneapolis, MN

connieshaver | Children/Youth, Community Outreach, Performance

  The Oratorio Society of Minnesota is proud to join the world-wide celebration of the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, the composer, the conductor, educator, musician, cultural ambassador, and humanitarian. This concert will be performed by the Society’s Summer Chorus, a festival chorus of 150 singers, world-class soloists and a professional orchestra, conducted by Artistic Director Matthew Mehaffey. Read more

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Past Events

 

Melodia Women's Choir of NYC presents The Harmony of Morning, A 15th Anniversary Concert

296 Ninth Avenue, New York, NY

melodianyc | Performance

  Celebrating 15 seasons of bringing women's choral music to the world with a spring program featuring a joyful all-American program of works from Elliott Carter, Christina Whitten Thomas, Sally Lamb McCune, Kevin Siegfried, and the U.S. premiere of "A Brighter Garden," by Paul Halley. Conducted by Cynthia Powell with Taisiya Pushkar on piano and an all-female chamber orchestra. Read more

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The King's Singers: 50th Anniversary Celebration

New York, NY

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

This evening celebrates the 50th anniversary of The King’s Singers with a reunion concert featuring past and present members of the noted British a cappella ensemble and the Distinguished Concerts Singers International. The program features works by Eric Whitacre, Billy Joel, and an anniversary commission by Nico Muhly conducted by King’s Singers alumni Simon Carrington and Bob Chilcott. Read more

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The Music of Eric Whitacre

New York, NY

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

The music of Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre has been performed throughout the world by amateur and professional musicians alike, while his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united singers from over 110 different countries. Mr. Whitacre and the Distinguished Concerts Singers International perform a variety of the composer’s original works, conducted by the composer himself. Read more

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Dreamweaver: The Music of Ola Gjeilo and Dan Forrest

New York, NY

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo’s soaring Dreamweaver and inspirational Song of the Universal is performed and conducted by James M. Meaders, DCINY conductor. Meaders also leads the choir and orchestra in composer Dan Forrest’s Jubilate Deo. Croatian conductor Miran Vaupotić leads the Distinguished Concerts Orchestrain a variety of pieces including Danube Rhapsody. Read more

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Anniversaries: Warren Lee, Piano

881 Seventh Avenue (at 57th Street), New York, NY 10019

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

A graduate of the Royal Academy of Music and Yale School of Music (2017 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient), Warren Lee has performed in four continents, on stages of all sizes and in collaboration with international artists and orchestras. The acclaimed Steinway Artist’s discography includes From Bach to Gershwin, Ebony and Ivory, and most recently, a solo album, Touches and Traces.  Read more

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Open Rehearsals for Bach Mass in B Minor with Ars Musica

Ridgewood, NJ

ArsMusica | Singing

Ars Musica will hold open rehearsals on Tuesdays March 6th and March 13th,  at 7:30 PM, at the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood at 113 Cottage Place in Ridgewood, New Jersey. The open rehearsals will introduce potential members to our music director, James Kennerley, and give anyone who attends the opportunity to meet and speak with chorus members. Auditions may be scheduled at the rehearsal. Read more

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Sebastian & Sons

3939 Stonebridge Rd, Dayton OH 45419

Bach Society of... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Families, Performance

Sebastian & Sons explores the musical legacy of the J.S. Bach family. Their music. Their relationships. The sights and sounds of their lives. It's a multi-artful concert with the Bach Society chorus, actors from The Human Race Theatre Company, and musicians from the Dayton Philharmonic.   Read more

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Sebastian & Sons

3939 Stonebridge Rd, Dayton OH 45419

Bach Society of... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Families, Performance

Sebastian & Sons explores the musical legacy of the J.S. Bach family. Their music. Their relationships. The sights and sounds of their lives. It's a multi-artful concert with the Bach Society chorus, actors from The Human Race Theatre Company, and musicians from the Dayton Philharmonic.   Read more

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Coro Allegro presents "We Will Rise"

Cambridge, Massachusetts

Coro Allegro | Performance

Coro Allegro, Boston’s LGBTQ+ and allied classical chorus, and Artistic Director David Hodgkins present "We Will Rise,” on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 3:00pm, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge. Featuring a world premiere by Syran American composer Kareem Roustom, Rage Against the tyrant(s), based on street chants of the “Arab Spring” and Iraqi and Syrian American poetry of resistance, loss, and exodus. Paired with the East Coast premiere of Shawn Kirchner’s Songs of Ascent, lyrical settings of pilgrimage psalms that aim to lift us beyond our divisions to find peace. Tickets:  $65, $45, $25, Seniors and Students 20% off, Student Special: $15. Visit: coroallegro.org Read more

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