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Let the Heavens Rejoice: Celebratory Psalms for Voices & Instruments

Lakewood, OH

info@quirecleve... | Performance

Violins, oboes, flutes, bassoon, chorus, and a thrilling team of vocal soloists perform resplendent, rarely-heard sacred works by Rameau and Mondonville. Read more

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Join the San Francisco Bach Choir for our 82nd season!

San Francisco, CA

San Francisco B... | Adults/Seniors, Participation, Performance, Recruitment, Singing, Volunteer

  Auditions for new singers will take place on August 29 and September 5, 2017. Please visit for audition and membership information.  Read more

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Calling All Singers

8501 Colfax St., Phila. PA 19136

Greater Philade... | Singing

Recruiting singers for adult mixed voice chorus performing music from around the world. Varied concert. Material with direct input by members. The chorus is starting its 15th season. This is an all volunteer membership with membership scholarships for high school and college students. Read more

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National Chorale’s 50th Anniversary Online Auction

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Bidding is now open at  Read more

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L.A. Children’s Chorus Offers ‘First Experiences in Singing’ Class

585 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91101

sgordon823 | Children/Youth, Singing

L.A. Children’s Chorus Offers ‘First Experiences in Singing’ Class to Introduce Children Ages 6 and 7 to Joy of Singing Read more

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Sun, Moon, Stars: A free community concert preview of Heavenly Bodies

844 W 32nd St, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Vox Femina Los ... | Performance

This free community concert is a preview of VOX Femina's Heavenly Bodies concert. Read more

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Schmelzer’s Le Memorie Dolorose w/ACRONYM

New York City, NY


Johann Heinrich Schmelzer’s Le Memorie Dolorose, a hybrid opera/oratorio, tells the story of the Virgin Mary after the death of Christ, as she interacts with Angels, Apostles, and others.  Read more

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Princeton Pro Musica Presents Monteverdi’s Vespers

Princeton, NJ 08540

Princeton Pro Musica | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Children/Youth, Families, Performance

The Princeton Pro Musica chorus and orchestra will present Monteverdi's Vespers at the Princeto University Chapel on March 3. For more information or to order tickets online, visit  Read more

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Heavenly Bodies

540 South Commonwealth Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90020

Vox Femina Los ... | Performance

Through sacred word and celestial melody, we celebrate the beauty of the astral bodies: the sun, the moon, and the stars, and the wonder they inspire. "Let the waters settle and you will see the moon and the stars mirrored in your own being." (Rumi) Read more

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Past Events


Messiah Sing

60 Forest Park Avenue, Larchmont, NY

H.Joyce Duffy |

Join The Westchester Chorale in singing the Christmas portion and Hallelujah Chorus of G.F. Handel's Messiah. Read more

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Sing Along to Handel’s “Messiah”

Mountain View, CA

Mary Powell | Community Outreach

The audience becomes the choir for Schola Cantorum Silicon Valley’s 51st annual sing-along of Handel’s “Messiah,” Monday, December 18 at 7:30 pm.  Read more

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Christmas with the Richmond Choral Society

2315 N. Parham Rd., Henrico, VA 23229

RCSVPD | Community Outreach, Performance, Singing, Volunteer

  Celebrate the peace, drama and joy of the season with beautiful choral music featuring organ, piano, harp and violin.  Perfect for the whole family!     Read more

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Pioneer Valley Symphony Chorus presents "and the birds will keep singing": Choral Music of the Spanish-Speaking World

Greenfield, MA

J Harvey | Adults/Seniors, General, Performance

Join us for an afternoon of music by composers from the Spanish-speaking world, including works by Ariel Ramirez, Pablo Casals, Maria Guinand, Tomas Luis de Victoria, and more. Featuring the PVS Chorus, PVS Chamber Choir, and guitarist Michael Nix. A portion of the ticket sales will go to Nueva Esperanza, a local non-profit, in support of hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico. Read more

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Nutcracker Production Premiered by LA Youth Ballet Stars Joffrey Ballet Principal Dancers and St. Mel School Children’s Choir

216 North Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203

sgordon823 | Audiences, Children/Youth, Performance

Los Angeles Youth Ballet presents the world premiere of a new production of The Nutcracker by award-winning choreographer Andrea Paris-Gutierrez starring Joffrey Ballet principal dancers Jeraldine Mendoza (Sugar Plum Fairy) and Dylan Gutierrez (Sugar Plum Fairy's Cavalier) in three performances, Friday, December 22, 7 pm, and Saturday, December 23, 2 pm and 7 pm, at Glendale’s Alex Theatre.  Adding to the rich compendium of this beloved holiday tradition, Paris-Gutierrez’s new youth-inspired version of the two-act ballet, featuring Tchaikovsky’s quintessential score, includes traditional influences as well as Paris-Gutierrez’s distinctive point of view as the Artistic Director of the lauded LA Youth Ballet and an experienced mentor of young dancers.  Darrion Sellman, a 13-year-old rising dance star who moved from Virginia to Los Angeles specifically to train with Paris-Gutierrez and LA Youth Ballet, is cast as the Nutcracker.  Annie Bernstein and Jana Teruel alternate in the role of Clara; Malcolm McLaurin Takumi and Marcel Ramirez alternate in the role of as Fritz, Clara’s brother.  Children and parents at the party, soldiers, Mouse King, mice, snowflakes, flowers and dolls are performed by the accomplished dancers of LA Youth Ballet.  St. Mel School Children’s Choir, led by Director Susie Penney, provides live vocals for the performances.   Mendoza and Gutierrez – who bring to their roles exceptional artistry and emotional depth – appear courtesy of Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet.  Mendoza is hailed for dancing that is “always masterfully-rendered” (California Review), and Gutierrez is lauded for his “powerful solos,” (Chicago Tribune).  LA Youth Ballet, the premier ensemble of the Los Angeles Ballet Academy, is an advanced pre-professional student ensemble for accomplished classical dancers ages 13-19.  Many of its alumni have garnered numerous awards and have gone on to professional careers with some of the world’s leading ballet companies and musical theatre productions around the country.      Tickets start at $25 and are available through the Alex Theatre Box Office 818.243.2539 or visit  The Alex Theatre is located at 216 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale CA 91203  Read more

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Capture the Holiday Spirit with Schola Cantorum Silicon Valley

Mountain View, CA

Mary Powell | Audiences

Schola Cantorum Silicon Valley presents “Warmest Christmas Traditions” on Sunday, December 17 at 3:00 pm, at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 500 Castro Street, Mountain View.  Read more

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Messiah Choral Symposium & Masterclass

Tampa, FL

The Master Chor... | Careers, Conducting, Education, Participation, Performance, Professional, Singing

Led by Doreen Rao, the MCTB Messiah Symposium features morning classes focused on score preparation, performance practices and conducting techniques as these relate specifically to teaching and performing Handel’s Messiah. Following a lunch break, the Choral Symposium will feature a public Conducting Masterclass led by Doreen Rao and joined by special guest Michael Francis (Florida Orchestra's Music Director) and The Master Chorale Ensemble Singers. Read more

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The Morning Star!

Tampa, FL

The Master Chor... | Adults/Seniors, Performance

Celebrating the Morning Star as a symbol of hope, a sign of courage and spiritual renewal.  The Master Chorale Ensemble Singers will perform the music of J. S. Bach, Felix Mendelssohn, arvo Pärt, Ola Gjeilo, and Roberto Sierra with music based on the well known theme, How brightly shines the morning star... The Master Chorale Outreach Choir will join in with a “mini Messiah” sing-along to top both these spiritually inspired concerts conducted by Doreen Rao as a preview of the larger Messiah performances later on December 21, 22 & 23 with The Florida Orchestra.  Like the Morning Star traditions worldwide, the celebratory concerts represent many musical stars in multiple traditions and cultures, from Bach to the Baltics. Performances: Friday, December 1 at 8:00 pm First Presbyterian Church on Beach Drive, St. Petersburg Complementary Valet   Sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church, St. Pete Sunday, December 3 at 3:00 pm St. Andrews Episcopal Church, Tampa Tickets:  Adults $20 (available at the door and online in advance) Students $15 at the door with valid student ID Read more

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