Past Seasons  |  Current Season

September

23

Blue Heron
An American Songbook Cabaret

 

Wednesday, September 23, online

6:30 PM Live & Interactive Cocktail hour (premium only)
7:30 PM Cabaret

info here

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October 

15-

TENET Vocal Artists
L'Amour en Diminutions

 

A solo recital with Daniel Zuluaga, theorbo & baroque guitar

Thursday, Oct 15 online

info here

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November 

1-14

Serenata at St-Jean
L'Amour en Diminutions

 

A solo recital with Daniel Zuluaga, theorbo & baroque guitar

Available digitally for 2 weeks

December 

1

The Church of St Andrew's and St Pauls
VOICES OF HOPE: Brahms Requiem

Benefit Concert in support of the Maison du Parc: Brahms masqué. An intimate performance of Brahms’ masterwork described by the composer himself as a human requiem – a comforting balm in these difficult times.

Available here

The Church of St Andrew's and St Pauls
VOICES OF HOPE: Brahms Requiem

Benefit Concert in support of the Maison du Parc: Brahms masqué. An intimate performance of Brahms’ masterwork described by the composer himself as a human requiem – a comforting balm in these difficult times.

Available here

Fall

2020

Streaming "Comfort at One" series
The Choir of Trinity Wall Street 

 

Mon, Nov 30 at 1pm
In a favorite Bach + One concert from 2018, Julian Wachner conducted soloists Molly Netter, Clifton Massey, Melissa Attebury, Scott Mello, Megan Chartrand, Brain Giebler and Jonathan Woody with The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Trinity Baroque Orchestra and Avi Stein in Bach's Christ lag in Todes Banden, BWV 4, and Johann Rudolph's Ahle Magnificat à 8 for choir, cornetto and sackbuts.

Thurs, Dec 24 at 1pm (Christmas Week)
Soloists from The Choir of Trinity Wall Street, including Steven Caldicott Wilson, Jonathan Woody, Molly Netter, Scott Mello, Megan Chartrand, Clifton Massey and Andrew Fuchs, took part in Bach's Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248 (Parts 5 and 6), in 2017.

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December

2020

Quartuor de Noël
Les Rugissants

 

La maison de la culture Janine-Sutto vous offre, pour la période des fêtes, ce magnifique spectacle de l'ensemble Les Rugissants.

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December

8-22

Orchestre classique de Montréal
Handel's Messiah

 

Handel’s beloved and majestic masterpiece returns in the Basilica of Saint Joseph’s Oratory. The professional chamber choir, les Rugissants, will join the orchestra to proclaim the start of the holiday season.

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December

12-25

Santa Fe Desert Chorale
Home for the Holidays Virtual Event

 

In lieu of our traditional winter concert season, the Santa Fe Desert Chorale presents Desert Chorale: Home For The Holidays, a virtual holiday program featuring some of our Desert Chorale artists from their homes across the nation.

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December

13-27

Serenata Saint John's
Un Noël allemand: with Buxtehude and Friends

December

23

La Chapelle de Québec
Le Chemin de Noël

 

Ce moment de recueillement collectif offre une alternance de chants de Noël interprétés par le chœur de la Chapelle de Québec et de lectures récitées par la comédienne Hélène Florent, sous la direction de Bernard Labadie.

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April 

2

The Church of St Andrew's and St Pauls
Verdi's Requiem

 

Good Friday Evening Choral Service

Available here

April

4-18

Serenata Saint John's
L'Espoir - Hope - die Hoffnung
 
Dietrich Buxtehude: "Du Frieden-Fürst, Herr Jesu Christ", BuxWV 21
J.S. Bach: "Christ lag in Todes Banden", BWV 4, cantata for Easter
Available here

May

9

Zenith
Ornamented Love - Romance from the court of Louis XIV

 

A solo recital with Daniel Zuluaga, archlute & baroque guitar

Details here

Three Notch'd Road
The Virginia Baroque Ensemble
Bach & Nowakowski
On the Soul's Awakening


CD Release

Details TBA

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May
29

The Church of St Andrew's and St Pauls
The (New) Normal Vigil

 

The world comes to a standstill and everything is put on hold. The consequences of the pandemic are disastrous and social distancing becomes our new reality. More than a year later, what have we learned and what lies ahead?  In these unique times of transition, we invite you to a special service featuring music and readings reflecting on the challenges, excitement and hope brought by the return to a (new) normal.

Available here