It is my hope that these concert performances might serve an audience of general choral music enthusiasts, singers, and students. This is a small sample of our overall programming, but I’m proud to offer this listing as a resource for anyone to enjoy. – Matthew Culloton, Artistic Director
All video recorded LIVE in concert by Ken Fitzer (YouTube: maestroz25) unless otherwise noted.
The Singers launch their 19th season with a concert that features Damien Geter’s Cantata for a More Hopeful Tomorrow– a work about COVID’s dramatic impact on the Black community, and how we all work to heal and recover. The score draws inspiration from J.S. Bach, African American spirituals, and the words of Walt Whitman. Also on the program are works uplifting works by Jocelyn Hagen, Scott Senko, Karen Marrolli, Paul Rudoi, and Leonard Bernstein. Purchase tickets
This is a “PAY-WHAT-YOU-CAN” event, focusing on Damien Geter’s work “Cantata for a More Hopeful Tomorrow.” This is a 60-minute event that explores the text, music, and impetus of this landmark new work. Geter’s piece is meant to depict the devastating effects of COVID-19 on the Black community, and he uses music of J.S. Bach, the African-American Spiritual, and texts of Walt Whitman and modern voices. The Singers will also perform a handful of music from their concert “A More Hopeful Tomorrow.”