LEONARD BERNSTEIN! (OCT 2015), WHAT SWEETER MUSIC (DEC 2015), MY SOUL’S REPOSE (MAR 2016), COMMUNITY SING: FAURE’S REQUIEM (MAR 2016), COMPOSER’S LAB (APR 2016), ROBERT SHAW CENTENNIAL (MAY 2016)
“The Singers and I offer a season of refreshing and invigorating concerts,” said Artistic Director Matthew Culloton, “including mission-driven collaborations with performers, composers, and the entire community.”
You are invited to Hell’s Kitchen for our annual kick-off event! Join The Singers for an evening of cocktails and cabaret – plus many FUN SURPRISES!
Doors open at 6pm for food and drinks – show is at 7pm. All tickets are just $10 at the door.
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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!
The Singers have announced audition information for the 2015-2016 Season. Click here to learn more!
DYNAMIC, ENGAGING PROGRAMS DEFINE THE ENSEMBLE’S 12th SEASON
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.
Join us for our annual Shining Night Gala at the stylish Radisson Blu in Minneapolis Thursday, April 30th, 2015. Hosted by Singers Founder and Artistic Director Matthew Culloton, enjoy a seated dinner, cocktails, silent and live auctions, and a… Read More