KANTOREI - Audience Appreciation Concert - Free Sunday, October 23, 3:00 p.m. Church of Christ the King 5029 Zenith Ave. S., Minneapolis Including music by Finzi, Gibbs, Strategier and others, plus world premiere performance of "Sing to Me" by David Evan Thomas
Choir: Two Rivers Chorale
Date & Time: 11/10/2019, 04:00 pm
Featured guest artist: Benjamin Osterhouse, cello
Soul-stirring and soothing music by John Rutter, the dean of English composers, together with works for choir and solo cello by Eric William Barnum, Elaine Hagenberg, Connor Koppin, Michael D. Atwood, and the second […]
Music to calm, inspire and stir the soul in a turbulent world Featured guest artist: Benjamin Osterhouse, ‘cello
Will the actual composer please stand up? W.A. Mozart? Well, maybe – sure sounds like him! No, it’s not? So, who’s musis it? Ever heard of Karl Abel? Now you have a chance to add a noteworthy composer to your list of classicists. Plus "Papa" Mozart and J.C. Bach.
Exploring the limits of the human voice
A choral celebration of our Minneapolis home, with more than 300 singers and special guests 29:11
Choir: Minneapolis Youth Chorus
Date & Time: 10/05/2019, 04:00 pm
Join the Minneapolis Youth Chorus and Prelude Children’s Choir for a celebration of our Minneapolis home. The two youth choirs of the Minnesota Chorale will be joined by special guests 29:11, the South Africa-based ensemble. During the concert, we will recognize and thank the music teachers […]
Choir: Chorus Polaris
Date & Time: 05/17/2019, 07:30 pm
Gems of poetic and choral arts featuring Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms
Older and newer musical settings of psalms and psalm-like texts from chant to Morton Lauridsen and Craig Hella Johnson
Friday, May 17, 7:30 p.m. — Christ the King Lutheran Church, New Brighton
Kantorei's Spring Concerts, Images, will be presented Saturday May 4 at Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Hopkins, 7:30 PM or Sunday May 5, at St Mary's Chapel, St Paul Seminary at 4:00 PM.
Date & Time: 05/05/2019, 04:00 pm
Music is an ‘unspoken’ language. Although traditional choral music uses words, any sung sounds, even without words, trigger a response in all of us. Music allows us to describe certain emotions and/or events – and all of these triggers create in us images.
We hear some […]