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Our season opens with a grand masterwork never before performed by the Chorale: Johannes Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem using Brahms’ own transcription for piano four hands. Believed to have been inspired by the passing of both his mother and his dear friend Robert Schumann, Brahms’ Requiem explores life after loss and provides solace for humanity. BUY TICKETS >


It just isn’t Christmas until you’ve heard us sing! After a year packed with milestones and memories, we invite you to celebrate celebrate the holiday season with us. With a program that explores the beauty of nature and the cosmos, this year’s Chorale Christmas concerts feature uplifting compositions by John Tavener, Eriks Ešenvalds, and more. We look forward to seeing you this holiday — and singing with you during our annual sing-along! BUY TICKETS >


Pete Seeger, James Taylor, and Dolly Parton — these are just a handful of the iconic American folk singer-songwriters featured in our “American Folk” concerts! From traditional folk songs of yesteryear like ‘Shenandoah’ and Aaron Copland’s ‘Old American Songs,’ to the music of our youth with thoughtfully arranged songs for chorus including ‘That Lonesome Road’ by James Taylor, Simon and Garfunkel’s ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water,’ Billy Joel’s ‘Lullaby,’ and more. BUY TICKETS >


As seen in its entirety from space, Earth looks just like a ‘big blue marble.’ Our home is a miraculous place filled with order, chaos, and beauty and we invite you to experience the elements of our blue planet through music! Featuring Frank Ticheli’s ‘Earth Song,’ Morten Lauridsen’s ‘Fire Madrigals,’ Eric Whitacre’s ‘Water Night,’ and more — these concerts coincide with the 45th annual Earth Day event on April 22. BUY TICKETS >


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