Phoenix Chorale singers



Couple watch on at an Open Rehearsal of the Phoenix Chorale

Open Rehearsal Free to the Public

GRAMMY-winning Phoenix Chorale opens our doors for a free rehearsal

Enjoy the sublime sounds of Phoenix Chorale as they share a preview of the upcoming A Capella program, “Horizons.”

Artistic Director Christopher Gabbitas leads an intimate look at preparation for what is sure to be a stunning concert.

Open Rehearsal begins at 6:30 PM
All Saints Episcopal Church *This venue has been updated*
6300 N Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 85012

No tickets required, come and go as you please.

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Horizons Mother's Day Weekend

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05/11 • 7:30 pm

All Saints Episcopal Church- Central Phoenix *This location has changed


05/12 • 3:00 pm

Camelback Bible Church – Paradise Valley


$42 Adult
$37 Senior/Military
$20 Youth (Under 16)

Building on the momentum of recent triumphant performances at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts which audiences described as “absolutely breathtaking” and “a transcendent experience,” Phoenix Chorale closes the season by returning to their purest form: unaccompanied voices.

Experience folksong, contemporary composition, and Renaissance motets on a journey stretching beyond the horizon. HORIZONS is an eclectic a capella program of international music with Phoenix at the crossroads. With sounds from Scotland, Japan, New Zealand, Newfoundland, Chile, and South Africa, HORIZONS is an expansive cultural exchange, held over Mother’s Day weekend.

HORIZONS will feature the 4th world premiere in the Chorale’s Commissioning Series from women composers. Phoenix Chorale is proud to present the world premiere of No Final Shore by one of the most in-demand composers of the moment: Joanna Marsh.

“Today’s increased focus on being who we are, and finding a sense of belonging and place in our communities, is a concept that has resonated with nations, tribes and peoples throughout history, says Phoenix Chorale Artistic Director Christopher Gabbitas. “In Horizons, we look at themes of community, displacement, exile and reconciliation. Considering the lives of those who live close to borders both natural and man-made, Phoenix Chorale takes its audience on a journey from here to there, and back home again.” -Christopher Gabbitas, Artistic Director

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