Our 36th Christmas Concert is on Sunday, December 14

The Keene Chorale will perform Handel's Messiah on December 8 at 4:00 pm

The Keene Chorale’s 35th Season will begin on Sunday December 8, with a performance of Handel’s Messiah, with orchestra and soloists, under the direction of William C. Davis. The concert will be held at St. Bernard Church, Keene at 4:00 pm.

The Keene Chorale is a 90-voice community chorus composed of singers from many walks of life from Keene and the Monadnock region. For thirty five years we have been delighting our audiences by performing the best choral music for the enjoyment of those who sing and those who listen.

If you would like more information about the Chorale please contact us. Interested in singing with us? Check out our Members page.

The Keene Chorale’s 36th Season will begin on Sunday December 14, with a performance of Mozart’s Regina Coeli (K 108), Cantata #191 by J. S. Bach, Zelenka’s Magnificat in D, and the Mass in C Op. 48 by Franz Schubert. Under the direction of William C. Davis, the Chorale will return to St. Bernard Church for its annual Christmas concert.

A full orchestra and soloists, including returning audience favorites tenor Ethan Bremner and bass John Salvi, will accompany the chorus. As always, the wonderful acoustics of St. Bernard Church will provide the perfect setting for another of the Chorale’s standing room only December performances.

The Keene Chorale is a 90-voice community chorus composed of singers from many walks of life from Keene and the Monadnock region. A true cross-generational ensemble, The Keene Chorale includes people in their 60s and 70s, in their early 20s, as well as high school and Keene State College students. Now in our 36th year, we continue to delight our audiences by performing the best choral music for the enjoyment of those who sing and those who listen.

If you would like more information about the Chorale please contact us. Interested in singing with us? Check out our News bulletin and our Members page.

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