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Chorus America's calendar features concerts, auditions, workshops, festivals, and special events throughout North America. Only members may post to the calendar; simply login to complete the simple submission form. Not yet a member yet? Visit our Membership page.

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23 Feb 2021 15 Dec 2021

God is Seen

New York Choral Society
Digital Concert

NYCHORAL presents a performance of Alice Parker’s God is Seen in collaboration with  choreographer Claudia Schreier. Written during a period of optimism in America, Parker, along with a balletic movement vocabulary explores an insight into the quest for a life of common good, simple beauty, and the hope of a flourishing society.

06 Apr 2021 30 Dec 2023

Mother to Son

New York Choral Society
Digital Concert

NYCHORAL presents Langston Hughes’s Mother to Son poem arranged by American composer Undine Eliza Anna Smith Moore. Featuring Mezzo soprano Zoie Reams in collaboration with choreographer Francesca Harper.  This collaboration shines a light on history, storytelling and activism in the context of the Black narrative of yesterday and today.

11 May 2021 30 Dec 2022

Invitation to Love

New York Choral Society
Digital Concert

NYCHORAL presents Invitation to Love; Jennifer Higdon’s choral setting of a poem by Paul Laurence Dunbar. Paired with sculptor, performance-maker and writer Gordon Hall, the artists leave patrons and viewers with an unwavering sentiment of acceptance and inclusion, marching into a season of renewal for a city still healing from crisis.

05 Aug 2021 30 Sep 2021

GMChorale welcoming new members of all voice types for their 2021-2022 season: Creation's Bounty

Greater Middletown Chorale
Bethany Lutheran Church

MIDDLETOWN, CONN. (July 20, 2021) — The GMChorale is proud to present Creation’s Bounty for their 2021-2022 season and is seeking new singers of all ages and voice types to join us!

20 Sep 2021 20 Sep 2021

Spirited Conversations: Behind the Scores featuring conductor, professor, and composer, Jason Max Ferdinand

Atlanta Master Chorale (AMC)
Atlanta Master Chorale Virtual Concert Hall

Join us Monday, September 20 at 12 pm ET for the next live broadcast of Spirited Conversations: Behind the Scores. Eavesdrop on Atlanta Master Chorale Artistic Director Eric Nelson and the renowned conductor, professor, composer, and speaker whose choir “broke the ACDA”, Jason Max Ferdinand.

26 Sep 2021 26 Sep 2021

TWO STREAMS, A CANTATA

Houston Chamber Choir and Kinetic
Online

The Houston Chamber Choir opens its season with the world premiere of Two Streams, a cantata scored for choir and string orchestra composed by the brilliant young American composer, Daniel Knaggs. Based on Biblical texts and the writings of Polish nun Saint Faustina, this 70-minute work was composed in memory of the composer’s father. Joining us are Kinetic, the dynamic Houston-based string ensemble, and international soloists Caitlin Aloia, soprano; Sasha Cooke, mezzo-soprano; Christopher Bozeka, tenor; and Mark Diamond, baritone. Following the performance, these forces will reassemble in Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall to make the world premiere recording produced by Grammy® Award-winning producer Blanton Alspaugh.

14 Oct 2021 17 Oct 2021

Choral Workshop 2021 on Lake Garda (Italy)

MRF MusicFestivals
Riva del Garda, Italy

16 Oct 2021 16 Oct 2021

An Evening with Mozart, Werner & Suk

EnsembleNYC & underStaffed
W83 Ministry Center

EnsembleNYC collaborates with underStaffed – a new chamber orchestra conducted by Elliot Roman. An In-Person and Livestreamed Concert featuring works by Mozart, a NYC premiere by Kyle Werner, and Josef Suk. A portion of ticket proceeds will go to CITY HARVEST.

16 Oct 2021 16 Oct 2021

We Will Rise: Celebrating Apollo's 150th Anniversary

Apollo Chorus of Chicago
Chicago History Museum

The Apollo Chorus of Chicago returns to celebrate its historic 150th season.The chorus was founded in the aftermath of the Great Chicago Fire, to restore civic prideand boost the morale of Chicagoans following incredible devastation. This year, we are hoping to do the same with our sesquicentennial season titled: We Will Rise.Explore our anniversary season on our website at www.apollochorus.org or textAPOLLO to 90206.

17 Oct 2021 17 Oct 2021

Ye Shall Have A Song

Bach Society of Saint Louis
Community Music School of Webster University

A powerful event, the first concert of the 81st season is not to be missed.

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