News

May 26, 2017

Our 2016-2017 season has come to an end and we're already planning for next year.  More details will be available shortly, but please reserve these weekends as tentative dates for our 2017-2018 con

May 02, 2017

Our final concerts of the season are this weekend and will be followed by a reception to celebrate the release of our new CD. 

Dec 19, 2016

After a pair of moving Christmas concerts this last weekend, we're taking a break until January.  We truly enjoyed our collaboration with Ensemble Gaudior, and hope you were able to experience it.

Nov 28, 2016

After a wonderful start to our 2016-17 season with our performances of "Autumn Nocturne" in October, we are hard at work preparing the music for our holiday program, "In Deepest Midnight."

Sep 09, 2016

We're back, hard at work on another season of exquisite choral music.

Fall Season Update

We're back, hard at work on another season of exquisite choral music. With the three concerts this season, Autumn Nocturne, In Deepest Midnight, and The Gentle Place of the Ancient Heart, we're planning to present some sublime choral works that are performed less frequently, but provide a variety of evocative and moving listening. We just completed our season opening retreat with our Artistic Director, Dr. Richard Giarusso, and got an introduction to the music and a chance to learn some of the history and setting of each of the pieces. His expert commentary will also be featured in our concerts. This season's music is rapidly becoming some of our favorite material, and we hope it will become cherished by you as well. More details on each of the concerts can be found on the Hear Us page, and advance tickets can be purchased on the Tickets page.

We are also pleased to present our updated web site, courtesy of MarCom Group. We hope you'll find it attractive and easy to navigate. We welcome any feedback you care to provide as we work to update and improve the site over the next several months.

Please check back for updates as we progress through the season, but for now I need to go work on the Alto Rhapsody.

-Rob Weimer (bass)