MINNEAPOLIS – MAY 2018 – Led by Artistic Director Matthew Culloton, The Singers’ 15th Anniversary Season features an unmatched array of the finest choral music – from Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpieces to works not yet written down! One of the ensemble’s trademarks is the performance of works by Minnesota composers – a tradition that continues throughout the season, most prominently in the annual What Sweeter Music programs in December and the May 2019 premiere event of Timothy Takach’s Helios, a concert-length exploration of space, myth, and a dynamic libretto that spans from one end of our galaxy to the sun itself.
Following last December’s four sold-out performances, The Singers are honored to again collaborate with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra on Handel’s Messiah led this year by Jeannette Sorrelle. In addition, the two ensembles team on J.S. Bach’s Saint John Passion led by SPCO Artistic Partner Jonathan Cohen in November.
Hailed as “one of the best choral ensembles in America, if not the entire world,” The Singers recently performed at the National Conference of the American Choral Directors Association. They have appeared four times at the internationally renowned Ravinia Festival in Chicago, most recently performing Rachmaninoff’s Vespers as part of a Robert Shaw tribute program. The ensemble regularly hosts educational and community outreach projects throughout Minnesota, engaging singers and audience members of all ages.
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