Music

Recordings

Albums

The Phoenix Chorale’s recordings are treasured by music lovers around the world, spending over 20 weeks on the Billboard Charts, and earning a total of ten Grammy® nominations and three Grammy® wins.

Rachmaninoff

All-night Vigil

“truly exceptional quality”International Record Review

Northern Lights

Choral Works by Ola Gjeilo

“I cannot imagine it sounding better.”Fanfare

“…simply riveting. Highly recommended!”Audiophile Audition

Spotless Rose

Hymns to the Virgin Mary

“Choral singing just doesn’t get much better than this.” Gramophone

“Five Stars.”Classic FM Magazine

Rheinberger

Sacred Choral Works

“…perfect blend of choral tone.” Gramophone

“A superb choral release…”All Music Guide

Grechaninov

Passion Week

“The singing is simply gorgeous…” American Record Guide

“A glorious disc, and highly recommended.”Guardian Unlimited

Eternal Rest

“…one of the finest a cappella choral recordings I’ve ever heard.” International Record Review

“How can you fail to be bewitched by singing like that?” BBC Radio 3

Shakespeare in Song

Shakespeare in Song was released in 2004 and with it, the Phoenix Chorale became the first North American choir to release an album on the UK’s Chandos Records.

Recordings

BROADCASTS

Pathways of Devotion Broadcast

Christmas Broadcast

Cosmos Broadcast

Lux Broadcast

Recordings

YouTube Clips

Connor J Koppin's

"There Will Come Soft Rains"

Arvo Pärt's

"Bogoróditse Djévo"