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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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Holidays a cappella

1490 Chicago Ave.

Matt Greenberg | Performance

Delight in beloved carols, Chanukah melodies, Christmas spirituals, and even some superb new discoveries -- all with the gorgeous voices and intimate blend that have made this holiday performance a Chicago musical tradition. Read more

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Candlelight Carols

New York City, NY

TENET |

TENET celebrates the holidays with cozy carols to warm the heart and soul on one of the darkest nights of the year. Our quintet of singers will be joined by lutenist Hank Heijink in an eclectic program of carols from America and Europe in a performance highlighting TENET’s distinctive clarity through thoughtful renditions of time-honored tunes.     ARTISTS: JOLLE GREENLEAF | soprano MARTHA CLUVER | soprano KATE MARONEY | alto OWEN MCINTOSH | tenor CHARLES WESLEY EVANS | bass HANK HEIJINK | lute   Read more

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9th Annual Carols for Quire from the Old & New Worlds: Carols of Yore

Cleveland, OH

info@quirecleve... | Adults/Seniors

The 9th annual presentation of this “cherished Cleveland tradition” (ClevelandClassical.com) features favorite carols from seasons past, plus new settings of ancient classics. Read more

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Holidays a cappella

642 W. Deming Pl.

Matt Greenberg | Performance

Delight in beloved carols, Chanukah melodies, Christmas spirituals, and even some superb new discoveries -- all with the gorgeous voices and intimate blend that have made this holiday performance a Chicago musical tradition. Read more

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Vancouver Chamber Choir- A BAROQUE CHRISTMAS Bach and More for Christmas

Steven Belanger | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Children/Youth

The great Baroque composers knew how to write music that literally dances with joy. Make it a party – meet the Vancouver Chamber Choir family of choirs, orchestra and soloists in the Orpheum for a concert which celebrates the Christmas season like no other. Our guest conductor is John William Trotter, the Choir’s former Associate Conductor, who will lead the various forces in music of Bach, Vivaldi and carols for all to sing. Read more

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A Family Christmas

Washington, DC

Caryn Fraim | Audiences, Conducting, General, Performance, Repertoire, Singing, Venue

Bring the kids for an unforgettable holiday experience as Maestro Scott Tucker and the Choral Arts Chorus lead you on a whirlwind tour of favorite sing-alongs and Christmas classics.  More information: https://choralarts.org/christmas Read more

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9th Annual Carols for Quire from the Old & New Worlds: Carols of Yore

Rocky River, OH

info@quirecleve... | Adults/Seniors

Carols for Quire IX explores choral music for Christmas & Hanukkah from many lands and centuries, expressing the joy, solemnity, humor, all celebrating the season. Read more

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Seattle Pro Musica Presents: Winter Rose

Kenmore, WA

Caroline Little | Adults/Seniors, Composing/Commissioning, General, Performance, Repertoire

The “winter rose” – also called the “Christmas rose” or “snow rose” – is known for blooming during the darkest days of winter in the mountains of Central Europe. Our holiday concert celebrates the light and hope symbolized by the winter rose with such favorites as Lo, how a rose e’er blooming by Praetorius and A spotless rose by Herbert Howells. Read more

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Oh, Ring Those Bells!

San Francisco, CA

Young Women's C... | Children/Youth

Ring in the holidays with angelic voices accompanied by bells! Join the Young Women’s Choral Projects for their annual Holiday Showcase Concert. The virtuosic professional handbell ensemble, Sonos, joins YWCP’s four ensembles for an exciting, uplifting concert. Music by J.S. Bach, Kocsár, Rachmaninoff, Szymko, and many others are featured, as well as contemporary arrangements of traditional carols with bells, and a chance for the audience to sing-along. Bring the whole family to this jubilant, holiday performance! Read more

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Past Events

 

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. https://www.pvsoc.org/ Read more

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O Magnum Mysterium - Oak Park Concert Chorale Christmas Concert

Forest Park, IL

Oak Park Concer... | Performance

The Oak Park Concert Chorale (OPCC), conducted by director Paul Lindblad, will present O Magnum Mysterium on Sunday, November 19, 2017, at 4:00 pm, at  St. John Lutheran Church, 305 Circle Avenue, Forest Park, IL. General Admission is $18 in advance and $20 at the door; Seniors (age 65+)/Students (age 13+) are $10 in advance or $12 at the door. Children age 12 and under are free. Group Rates are available. To order tickets, call 708.848.2130 or email info@OakParkConcertChorale.org. For more information or to order tickets online, visit our website at www.OakParkConcertChorale.org. Read more

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Celebrate America with a Patriotic Sing-Along

Los Altos, CA

Mary Powell | Families

Raise your voice in song at Schola Cantorum Silicon Valley’s Patriotic Sing-Along, Sunday, November 19 at 3:00 pm, at the Los Altos United Methodist Church.    Read more

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Saratoga Sings for Seniors

Fort Edward, NY 12828

Michelle Tabnick PR | Adults/Seniors

Lawrence Edelson announced the return of Saratoga Sings for Seniors, to launch his fourth season as Artistic and General Director of Opera Saratoga. Read more

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She Persisted

200 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90012

Vox Femina Los ... | Performance

We persist. We rise. And VOX gives women voice. The opening concert features a newly commissioned work for women's voices, composed by Ron Kean, entitled "The Journey of Harriet Tubman." We honor the legacy of Harriet Tubman and we honor ourselves among the countless women who have persisted throughout history and into today.   www.voxfemina.org/tickets   Presale tickets are $35 Premium seating; $30 Regular. Tickets are available online until 7:00 pm on November 17, 2017. Any available tickets will be sold for $40 plus applicable fees at the box office the evening of the concert. A service charge will be applied to all credit card orders.   Box office opens at 7:00 pm. Pre-concert discussion begins at 7:30 pm. Information:  VOX Femina Los Angeles Box Office 310-922-0025 | vfla@voxfemina.org Read more

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GMChorale to Open 2017-18 Concert Season of “Resounding Voices”

200 La Rosa Lane, Middletown, CT

Marcia Bliven | Performance

In a wide-ranging program, the opening performance of GMChorale’s “Resounding Voices” concert season presents evocative choral music that explores our connections to the earth and to each other. Read more

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Resound Ensemble Fall Concert: Quicksand Years

San Francisco, CA

Anne Marie Borch | Adults/Seniors, Audiences, Community Outreach, Performance, Repertoire, Venue

The theme of this concert, "Quicksand Years," is named after a piece of the same title in our program. The text is taken from Walt Whitman's collection of poems from 1855, Leaves of Grass.  Read more

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Harmonium Musicianship Workshop Series - Diversity and Inclusion

4 Madison Ave, Madison, NJ

Harmonium Chora... | Adults/Seniors, Community Outreach, Conducting, Diversity, Education, Families, General, Impact/Value, Innovation, Networking, Participation, Professional, Repertoire, Research/Data, Schools, Singing

Harmonium Choral Society presents a choral musicianship workshop for diversity and inclusivity on Sunday, November 5, 2017 from 2pm until 5pm at Grace Episcopal Church, 4 Madison Ave at Kings Road, Madison, NJ.  Exploring Inclusivity and Diversity in the Choral Rehearsal or Music Classroom, with clinician Elise Figa, is appropriate for all singers.  Read more

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Susquehanna Chorale Youth Choral Festival

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

Susquehanna Cho... |

The Susquehanna Chorale and three of its educational choirs will present the annual Youth Choral Festival on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 4:00 p.m. at the High Center, Messiah College, in Mechanicsburg, Pa.    The intergenerational event features performances by the nearly 200 voices of the Susquehanna Children’s, Youth, and Young Women’s Chorales, as well as the  adult Susquehanna Chorale. Read more

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National Chorale presents Carmina Burana and Chichester Psalms

10 Lincoln Center Plaza, NYC, 10023

Michelle Tabnick PR |

National Chorale, New York's premier professional choral company, under the Artistic Direction of Everett McCorvey, kicks off its 2017-2018 Season at Lincoln Center with Carl Orff's Carmina Burana and Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms on Friday, November 3, 2017 at 8pm at the David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, NYC.  Read more

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