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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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 15, 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 15, 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!
Donate to the Phoenix Chorale

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!

Rachmaninoff’s ALL-NIGHT VIGIL

2014 May 20
by Phoenix Chorale

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Friday, May 23, 2014
Kansas City, MO

We’re going to Kansas City! Don’t miss Charles Bruffy’s two GRAMMY Award–winning choirs — joining forces for the first time in Kansas City since 2008 to sing the pinnacle of Russian sacred music, Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil. This is one musical experience you won’t want to miss!

BUY Tickets >>
LEARN about the Kansas City Chorale >>

Watch the concert trailer >>

New music video! Evening Prayer by Ola Gjeilo

2014 May 6
by Phoenix Chorale

We are excited to share with you that Ola Gjeilo’s “Evening Prayer” has been published! This piece was commissioned for us by former Phoenix Chorale board member Donna Corcoran and it is the last track on our Northern Lights recording.

“Evening Prayer” by Ola Gjeilo
from Northern Lights: Choral Works by Ola Gjeilo (Chandos 2012)
Featuring Ted Belledin (tenor sax), Ola Gjeilo (piano), Phoenix Chorale, and Charles Bruffy, Artistic Director

Buy the score:
- Sheet music by Walton Music (US)/Edition Peters (EU)
- Alternate solo parts available for alto/soprano sax and trumpet/flugelhorn.

Ola Gjeilo –
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Photographs by Trey Ratcliff.

LIVE WEBCAST Interview with Charles Bruffy

2014 May 5
by Phoenix Chorale

Bruffy 1 czFriday, MAY 9 — 5:00 PM (MST)
CASUAL CONVERSATIONS with Tesfa Wondemagegnehu

Classical MPR’s Tesfa Wondemagegnehu welcomes Charles Bruffy as the featured guest on his program, Casual Conversations, this Friday night. Hear Charles discuss his artistry, the collaborations between the Phoenix Chorale and Kansas City Chorale, his work with the Kansas City Symphony Chorus, and more! The LIVE Google Hangout will last about half an hour. Now is your chance to submit your own questions for Charles when he is in the ‘hot seat.’ 

“Charles Bruffy has an extraordinary ability to transform the printed score into the most vivid images and emotional states. His interpretations are leaving an indelible impression on the history of American choral performance.” -  Tesfa Wondemagegnehu

Submit your questions now! Be sure to include #AskBruffy with your question.

And then TUNE IN at 5:00 PM (MST):

If you have a Google account:

Or watch it LIVE here:

2014/15 Season

2014 May 5
by Phoenix Chorale

Announcing our 2014/15 Season!

CHSA 5031 Shakespeare

Day of the DeadNovember 1-2, 2014

A Chorale ChristmasDecember 19-22, 2014

Southwest InspirationsMarch 7-8, 2015

ShakespeareApril 25-26, 2015

Full program details to be announced this summer.


Season tickets will go on sale later this summer – be sure to join our email list to stay updated on the latest details and information! To join our mailing list and receive our season brochure when it becomes available, please send an email with your address to:

Russian Choral Training Tip #17

2014 April 22
by Phoenix Chorale

Russian Choral Training Tip #17