We look forward to presenting these concerts to you. Online ticket sales have closed for this weekend’s concert series, but tickets are available for sale AT THE DOOR starting 30 minutes ahead of the concerts. AN AMERICAN PASTICHE… Read More
We are so excited about our upcoming Gala event, and are thrilled by the ticket sales increase over last year! Tickets are no longer available. If you need to call and cancel your order, please call 651.917.1948.
There will not be a Wait List for the event.
“The Christmas concerts are a favorite of mine because I love seeing entire families come to kick off the holiday season with us.” – Caroline Swanson, soprano
2016-2017 Season Tickets available at The Singers’ Store. Printable2016-17 Season Ticket Order Form MINNEAPOLIS – April 4, 2016 – Led by Founding Artistic Director Matthew Culloton, renowned 40-voice choral ensemble The Singers introduces its engaging, eclectic 2016-2017… Read More
Enjoy The Singers’ new Gala Event, complete with a delicious meal, auctions, and performances from The Great American Songbook.
YOU get to judge The Singers’ Heart-O-Grams ensembles throughout the night, and even bid for a chance to conduct The Singers “on the spot!”
DIXIT DOMINUS is simply the most exciting choral music Handel ever composed – and some of the most difficult (but leave that to us!).
Bach’s SINGET DEM HERRN EIN NEUES LIED is one of his most spiritually enthusiastic works. Don’t miss The Singers’ first ALL-BAROQUE program!
We are very pleased to share some of the highlights of The Singers’ 2015-16 Season. Click this link to watch the video of some of the many successes we have enjoyed this year and please consider donating to our year-end… Read More
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To celebrate 100th anniversary of his birth, The Singers present a program drawn from works that Shaw championed on recordings and tours. From folk songs and motets, to Debussy’s Trois Chansons and Rachmaninoff’s Vespers, this concert is a retrospective of Shaw’s important and lasting legacy.