2010 March 10
by Phoenix Chorale

Choirtap [k-wire-tap] - noun, verb, -tapped, -tapping, adjective.

1. a blog on, about, for and/or by the Phoenix Chorale. the act or instance of writing a blog about or pertaining to the Phoenix Chorale
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2014/15 Season Brochure is here!

2014 September 8
by Phoenix Chorale

Our 2014/15 Season brochure is at the printer. Check it out before it arrives in your mailbox!




2014/15 Season

2014 August 31
by Phoenix Chorale

Our 2014/15 Season is on sale now!

PhoCho wh logo circle 2047x20471) REQUIEM: Day of the Dead


3) DESERT SONG featuring R. Carlos Nakai

4) THE BARD’S TALE Music & Scenes from Shakespeare

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November 1-2, 2014

2014 August 30
by Phoenix Chorale

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In several religious traditions around the world, the first days of November are celebrated as All Souls’ Day and All Saints’ Day, and they are familiar in Mexico and the American Southwest as Dia de Muertos (“Day of the Dead”). We’re honoring this weekend of observances through requiem settings by two choral masters: Herbert Howells and Maurice Duruflé. Concert info >>

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10 Year Anniversary

2014 August 29
by Phoenix Chorale

Shakespeare 10 yrs v9

“Where has this fabulous choir been all my life?” – American Record Guide

That’s the opening line of our first review by the American Record Guide in 2004. It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since we released Shakespeare in Song! 10 years ago we were known as the Phoenix Bach Choir and we released our first solo recording. Shakespeare in Song is also our first recording on Chandos Records.

We’re excited to bring many of these songs to you at the end of our season LIVE when we present The Bard’s Tale: Music & Scenes from Shakespeare (April 25-26, 2015). And we’ve invited actors from Theater Works to help us bring the music to life! Concert details >>

Listen to Shakespeare in Song:

“A Sense of Downtown: Phoenix Chorale”

2014 August 28
by Phoenix Chorale

From Downtown Phoenix Journal by Colin Columna:

Downtown is more than a grid system of streets and square miles. It is defined by something more. In this short series, new DPJ contributor, Colin Columna hones in on the five senses as his guide to explore what makes downtown Phoenix unique.

With our ears attuned to the nuanced sounds of downtown Phoenix, from the distinctive “ding ding” of an approaching light rail train, to the sounds of laughter from people on their bikes and a radio playing from the open window of a passing car, we begin. Our first stop on this downtown sensory tour is along Phoenix’s cultural highway, Central Avenue, at the intersection with Roosevelt Street. On the northwest corner stands the landmark Trinity Cathedral, spiritual home of the Episcopal congregation and secular home to the renowned Phoenix Chorale.

Read the entire article here >>


Fall 2014 Internship available

2014 July 10
by Phoenix Chorale

Now taking applications! We’re seeking applicants for our Fall 2014 Internship (deadline is August 29, 2014). More info on how to apply here >>

Each semester, our Marketing & Communications Intern gets to experience a wide range of topics in the world of non-profit administration and the performing arts. If you are looking for some real-world experience in social media, event planning and promotion, non-profit administration, and MUCH more, this is the internship for you!

Here are some of the cool things our previous interns have gotten to be part of: 

Still need convincing? Check us out on FacebookTwitter, & Instagram – and here’s a little glimpse of who we are:

Check out our 2013/14 concert trailers that were co-produced by last season’s interns:

Apply now! The deadline to apply is August 29, 2014.

2013/14 Season Highlights – Flipagram

2014 June 27
by Phoenix Chorale

Thanks to you this season RACH’d! We sold more tickets than ever before, 76% of our concerts were SOLD OUT, and we recorded Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil with the Kansas City Chorale in May.

Here are some of our favorite moments from this incredibly memorable year:

Our fiscal year ends on Monday, June 30. If you have been thinking about making a contribution to our season, this is your last chance. Thank you for your support!
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Thank you!

2014 May 21
by Phoenix Chorale

PhotoGrid_1400629044465Thanks to YOUR SUPPORT, we are heading to Kansas City this weekend to record a “RACH for the Ages!” During our 30-day spring fund drive, we all worked towards achieving our goals and thanks to your overwhelming support, we raised over $52,000!

Get a behind-the-scenes view and follow the excitement of the recording process this weekend on Facebook and Twitter.

We’re still training for the recording, so here’s one more tip we found to help us prepare!