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    René Clausen Festival: Honoring a Choral Icon, February 19-21

    The Singers are proud to honor acclaimed choral composer René Clausen, one of the most celebrated composers in the world. Since 1986, Dr. Clausen has been the conductor of the Concordia Choir in Moorhead, MN. His teaching legacy includes The Singers’ Artistic Director Matthew Culloton.

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    Leonard Bernstein remains the quintessential American musical icon, even today, 25 years after his passing. His CHICHESTER PSALMS were written 50 years ago, and are presented by The Singers along with THE LARK, a short stage work based on Joan of Arc. Hear highlights from CANDIDE and WEST SIDE STORY, and enjoy the musical eclecticism that came to capture Leonard Bernstein.

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    The Singers 2014-2015 Subscription Series

    2014-2015 Subscription Series to include works by Pulitzer Prize winner Kevin Puts, Jake Runestad, Jocelyn Hagen, René Clausen, William Byrd, and the world premiere of Craig Carnahan’s “Ghost Camp.”

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    Underground Renaissance, April 11-12, 2015

    As the political and religious winds changed rapidly throughout the Tudor Era, WILLIAM BYRD composed his “Mass for Four Voices” late in life after a conversion to the Catholic Church (while serving the Protestant Queen Elizabeth I). Surrounding BYRD’s masterpiece isa collection of works written as coded language, as well as madrigals to honor the Queen.


    GHOST CAMP (World premiere): May 29-30, 2015

    WALT WHITMAN’S poetry contains a vivid recount of his time as a Civil War nurse. Minneapolis composer CRAIG CARNAHAN has based his large work, “Ghost Camp,” on these profound texts by one of America’s revered poets. The Singers are proud to present this WORLD PREMIERE performance!

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    “Lauridsen:Mid-Winter Songs”

    “The Singers is easily one of the best choral ensembles in America, if not the entire world. Their precision, passion, and musicality are awe-inspiring.” – Jim Svejda, KUSC-FM, Los Angeles