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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.

 

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Events

 

Auditions

Norwalk, CT

jromano | Rehearsal

Audition for the Fairfield County Chorale's exciting 2018-2019 season! Read more

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San Francisco Lyric Chorus Fall 2018 Auditions: Magnificat

1620 Gough Street, San Francisco, between Austin Alley and Bush Streets

Helene Whitson | Participation

  Our Fall 2018 concert, Magnificat, gives singers a chance to explore some of the texts of the season.  The Magnificat is a hymn expressing joy and thanksgiving, sung by the Virgin Mary.  We sing settings of this beautiful song of Mary by four different composers, each creating a work reflective of his era and culture.   In addition, we will sing other works appropriate for this joyous time of year. Read more

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Chicago, Chicago with Geoffrey Baer

201 E. Randolph St. Chicago, IL

Matt Greenberg | Audiences

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“A Tribute to Wanda Landowska” Music by Froberger, and Louis and François Couperin

484 Lime Rock Road, Lakeville, CT

kabdrake | Performance

Fall 2018 Chamber Music Concert Read more

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Chicago, Chicago with Geoffrey Baer

460 Lake Street Oak Park, IL 60302

Matt Greenberg | Audiences

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Gonna Take a Sentimental Journey

Lafayette, CA

David Morales | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Children/Youth, Families, General, Performance

Cantare Con Vivo kicks off their 32ndseason in early October with the Chorale’s annual Ice Cream Family Concert, Gonna Take a Sentimental Journey, featuring folk and popular songs, Broadway selections, light classics, and spirituals.  Read more

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The Music of Dinos Constantinides

New York, NY

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

DCINY presents an evening of Mediterranean-inspired music by Greek composer Dinos Constantinides. Constantinides’ works have been performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. In this concert, faculty members from the Louisiana State University School of Music perform his original compositions. Read more

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The Music of Dinos Constantinides

New York, NY

andrea@DCINY.org | Performance

DCINY presents an evening of Mediterranean-inspired music by Greek composer Dinos Constantinides. Constantinides’ works have been performed throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. In this concert, faculty members from the Louisiana State University School of Music perform his original compositions. Read more

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Hear Me Roar

Seattle, WA

SMCSWC | Performance

A blowout concert marking our 15 years on stage; where we’ve been and where we’re going!  Read more

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Past Events

 

Rachmaninoff's All-Night Vigil

212 East Capitol St., NE, Washington, DC

FMMC Chorale | Performance

  The Chorale of   The Friday Morning Music Club   Paul Leavitt, Director       Presents       Sergei Rachmaninoff’s       Beautiful and moving       ALL-NIGHT VIGIL (Vespers)           Friday, April 27, 2018 at 8:00 P.M.   Saturday, April 28, 2018 at 8:00 P.M.       Lutheran Church of the Reformation   212 East Capitol St.   Washington, DC 20003   Read more

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Light from Light: The Tudor Legacy

543 Beulah Road NE, Vienna, VA

Voce Chamber Singers |

This a cappella program pairs two iconic twentieth-century works, Ralph Vaughan Williams's Mass in G Minor and Herbert Howells's Requiem, as well as music of William Harris and Bob Chilcott, with works by three Tudor composers—Thomas Tallis, William Byrd and Orlando Gibbons.  Read more

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Light from Light: The Tudor Legacy

2455 Gallows Road, Dunn Loring, VA

Voce Chamber Singers |

This a cappella program pairs two iconic twentieth-century works, Ralph Vaughan Williams's Mass in G Minor and Herbert Howells's Requiem, as well as music of William Harris and Bob Chilcott, with works by three Tudor composers—Thomas Tallis, William Byrd and Orlando Gibbons. Read more

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Columbia Pro Cantare: Music of World War I

Columbia, MD

CPC | Performance

The Columbia Pro Cantare chorus will commemorate the centennial of the end of World War I with a concert, “Over There: Music of ‘The Great War’,” Saturday, May 5, 2018, 8 pm. The chorus and guest artists will perform classical and popular songs of the period highlighting different perspectives on the war. Read more

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Naamah's Ark

New York, NY

Jennifer Collins | Adults/Seniors, Children/Youth, Civic Engagement, Community Outreach, Composing/Commissioning, Conducting, Families, Performance

https://www.mastervoices.org/events/naamahs-ark/ Artists: Victoria Clark (“Naamah”) Sachal Vasandani (“Merman”) Stuyvesant High School Chorus (Liliya Shamazov, Director) Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir of Middle Collegiate Church Life Rhythms Percussion Ensemble (Alan Katz, Leader) Cantor Rebecca Garfein of Congregation Rodeph Sholom MasterVoices Chorus Ted Sperling, Conductor Max Frieder, Co-Founder and Co-Director of Artolution Read more

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A Mere Matter of Life and Death

1317 G Street NW, Washington DC, 20005

Thomas Circle S... | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, General, Performance, Singing

The Thomas Circle Singers is a chamber choral ensemble with a dual mission: to perform diverse choral works for the enjoyment of audiences in the Washington DC area and to raise awareness and funds for organizations that address the pressing needs of the city’s underserved citizens. Since 1976, TCS has filled this unique niche, enriching the quality of life for Washington-area residents by offering superb performances of choral classics and new works by living composers, while contributing to the life of the community by donating concert proceeds to DC-based social service organizations. The Seven Heavens (James Whitbourne) WASHINGTON, DC PREMIERE Requiem (Rutter) Read more

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Rainbow Connection: Pride (Boston Choral Ensemble)

Cambridge, MA

BCE President | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Performance, Singing

Join Boston Choral Ensemble for a concert celebrating Pride Week with music and texts by LGBTQIA+ writers and composers, including Francis Poulenc and Benjamin Britten. https://www.bostonchoral.org/performances/pride/ Read more

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Requiem for the Middle Class - Concert

Willimantic, CT

Sarah K. | Community Outreach, Performance, Singing

Two new choral ensembles in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut will present their debut concert, “Requiem for the Middle Class: a brief survey of a cappella choral music for comfort.”  This preview concert  introducing Voices of Concinnity, a new vocal chamber ensemble, and Choir Matrix, a new community women’s choir, will feature the Howell’s Requiem, and the music of Bruckner, Hogan, Lotti, Daley, and more.  This performance is to benefit the Neighbor Fund, a local organization dedicated to help local people facing deporation. Read more

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Her Songs

6 E. Wright St.

Choral Society ... | Performance

To close its 82nd season, the Choral Society of Pensacola presents Her Songs, a program celebrating the music of women composers from four centuries. Read more

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MassACDA Intercollegiate Choral Festival presents Faure's Requiem with guest conductor Amanda Quist

South Hadley, MA

J Harvey |

Faure Requiem Dr. Amanda Quist, guest conductor featuring collegiate and university choirs from across Massachusetts FREE ADMISSION Saturday March 31, 7pm Abbey Chapel Mount Holyoke College Part of the MassACDA Intercollegiate Choral Festival Read more

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