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
Enjoy an evening with René Clausen and sing a collection of his most-loved works, including “Set Me as A Seal” and “Prayer.” Pre-register by clicking here. $15 participant fee includes the price of sheet music.
Family and a New Year’s Wish The string of lights on the bush by my front door stopped working on the day after Christmas. You’d think that a seasoned Minnesotan such as myself would brave the cold to… Read More
I AM 184 is The Singers club for sustaining members. Why 184? If 184 people give just $1 a day (about $30 a month), we can reach our annual giving goal. Sign up today to support our artists,… Read More
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.
As part of the recent What Sweeter Music concerts, The Singers performed Stephen Paulus’ “Silent Night,” written for our organization in 2010. Click here to watch the video of this stunning performance.
Now Available! This recording includes “Set Me as a Seal,” “Tonight Eternity Alone,” “Prayer,” and two world premiere recordings. Click here to learn more.
“Throughout this program, The Singers gave the music the ideal balance of heft and lightness, creating a sound that could scarcely be sweeter.” – Rob Hubbard, St. Paul Pioneer Press