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Chorus America's calendar features concerts, auditions, workshops, festivals, and special events throughout North America. Only members may post to the calendar; simply login to complete the simple submission form. Not yet a member yet? Visit our Membership page.

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22 May 2022 22 May 2022

Let Music Live!

Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus
Truckee High School Auditorium

Truckee Tahoe Community Chorus is delighted to be celebrating 20 years of performances.  The concert explores themes of rejuvenation, community, love of music, and joy in artful expression.  

22 May 2022 22 May 2022

The Seasons

Assabet Valey Mastersingers
Robert R. Jay PerformngArts Center, St. John's High School

The Assabet Valley Mastersingers will present The Seasons, by Franz Joseph Haydn, on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 3:30pm in the Robert R. Jay Performing Center at St. John’s  High School, 378 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA.  Dr, Robert P. Eaton, Founder and Artistic Director, will conduct the soloists Soprano Mary Johnston Letellier, Tenor Gregory Zavracky, and Baritone John Salvi, along with the orchestra and ensemble.

22 May 2022 22 May 2022

The Way Home: Music of Refuge

Seattle Pro Musica
St. James Cathedral

22 May 2022 22 May 2022

Light and Love

Capital Singers of Trenton Women's Ensemble
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral

Capital Singers of Trenton Women's Ensemble

22 May 2022 22 May 2022

The Seasons

Assabet Valley Mastersingers
Robert R. Jay PerformngArts Center, St. John's High School

The Assabet Valley Mastersingers will present The Seasons, by Franz Joseph Haydn, on Sunday, May 22, 2022 at 3:30pm in the Robert R. Jay Performing Center at St. John’s  High School, 378 Main Street, Shrewsbury, MA.  Dr, Robert P. Eaton, Founder and Artistic Director, will conduct the soloists Soprano Dana Varga, Tenor Gregory Zavracky, and Baritone John Salvi, along with the orchestra and ensemble.

22 May 2022 22 May 2022

Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem, op. 45

San Francisco Bach Choir
Calvary Presbyterian Church

23 May 2022 23 May 2022

Damien Geter's An African American Requiem

The Choral Arts Society of Washington
Kennedy Center Concert Hall

Portland composer Damien Geter’s bold, thought-provoking musical response to violence against African Americans in the United States receives it’s east-coast premiere at the Kennedy Center. 

25 May 2022 25 May 2022

Shakespeare and more...!

The Cecilia Chorus of New York
The Church of St. Francis Xavier

A musical dreamscape, conjured by extraordinary composers from spellbinding poetry. Featuring the world premiere of With Streaks of Light (for chorus, tenor solo, violin, bass clarinet, and harp) by Caroline Mallonee; the U.S. premiere of Nicolas Bacri’s Ophelia Solo for unaccompanied bass clarinet; excerpts from Romeo and Juliet for violin and piano by Sergei Prokofiev (arr. by D. Grjunes); and Along the Field for tenor and violin by Ralph Vaughan Williams (performed in celebration of the centenary of Last Poems by A.E. Housman). https://ceciliachorusny.org/shakespeare 

26 May 2022 29 May 2022

Weekend Choral Adventure: The Silent Canon

Berkshire Choral International
Tanglewood Learning Institute

Who do we celebrate and why? Western classical music is often experienced through a narrow lens that leaves out important figures and works of art. Sing with us and explore choral music, composers and genres that sit outside the “canon” and highlight the stories and history that makes this music unique. In addition, we’ll learn tips and techniques to address current social issues through productive conversations. Dr. Anthony Trecek-King cultivates artistically excellent ensembles that explore socially relevant issues through emotionally immersive programs.

29 May 2022 29 May 2022

Mozart Requiem Reframed

Baltimore Choral Arts Society
Kraushaar Auditorium at Goucher College

In Mozart Requiem Reframed, we premiere a commission by Morgan State University alumna Jasmine Barnes. The work pulls inspiration from the Mozart Requiem to reflect on Baltimore today with texts by Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. We also premiere Music Director Anthony Blake Clark’s new edition of the Mozart Requiem, joined by The Carter Legacy Singers. This concert will be recorded for a new commercial album, our first in more than a decade. Tickets: https://www.baltimorechoralarts.org/music/all/display/101/index.php

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