There is cat hair on my suitcase. I had to lift Mindy out of my suitcase twice last night. She loves the feel of the nylon. That made things a bit more complicated when I was trying to… Read More
Reflective music graces the embracing acoustic of the Basilica of St. Mary. The Singers Anniversary Chorus debuts with a performance of one of the most beloved choral masterpieces – Mozart’s Coronation Mass. Combined with Arvo Pärt’s austere Berliner Messe and John Tavener’s haunting Funeral Ikos, this is sure to be a night of transcendence.
The Singers are excited to tour to Rochester (2/1/14) and Winona (2/2/14).
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Who could use a break? Apologies that I sound tired. This is a full-steam time of year for most people, myself included, and being part of a professional choir definitely fuels the grueling pace. Don’t get me wrong;… Read More
The Singers launches a new learning opportunity for high school choral educators The Singers are proud to announce the launch of their new Conductor’s Lab program. Funded through a grant from ArtsLab (a program of Arts Midwest), the… Read More
Off The Risers-It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas! Well, it’s that time of year again. It’s that time when we Minnesotans start seriously considering pulling the winter coats out of storage and taking bets on when… Read More
For ten years, The Singers have highlighted music of Minnesota Composers past and present. This year, celebrate Christmas with us by enjoying works from some of the key figures in our treasured choral landscape. A new memorial commission by conductor Matthew Culloton is surrounded by works of Dale Warland, Jocelyn Hagen, Leland Sateren, David Cherwien, Stephen Paulus, and a premiere by Linda Kachelmeier.
THIS SHINING NIGHT
An Anniversary Celebration!
Friday, October 25 & Saturday, October 26, 2013
A musical celebration of The Singers’ first decade, including music of Paulus, Lauridsen, Britten, and more!
Well, it’s been a while! Let me bring you up to speed: since I last wrote a post, the Singers have had three rehearsals and sung publicly twice. We have gotten at least acquainted with all of our… Read More
There are weeks, and then there are weeks where you could really use a personal assistant. This past week happened to be in line with the latter sentiment for me. I can only imagine what I could have done with that extra 10 minutes I spent each day waiting for coffee at Starbucks. However, as some of my friends remind me, I am still vertical (and typing, as it were), so the complaints can stop.