Spring Concert Sunday, May 3

The Keene Chorale 2015 Spring Concert The Keene Chorale’s 36th Season continues on Sunday May 3 at 2:00 p.m, with a performance of Missa Augustiis (Lord Nelson Mass by Franz Joseph Haydn, and Morten Lauridsens’s Lux Aeterna.

Under the baton of Dr. Sandra Howard, Interim Director, the Chorale returns to St. Bernard Church for the second time this season

The Chorale will perform with a solo ensemble including Canadian Soprano Megan Chartrand, Mezzo-soprano Eva Nagorka, Tenor Daniel Carberg, Baritone John Salvi, and a full orchestra.

In its 36th year, The Keene Chorale is a community chorus composed of singers from many walks of life from Keene and the Monadnock region. Begun in 1979 with a handful of choristers, it has grown to an 80-voice chorus known for the range and quality of its sound. A true cross-generational ensemble, it includes singers in their 60s and 70s, in their early 20s, as well as high school and Keene State College singers.

The Chorale’s community outreach initiative began four years ago with the inclusion of Keene State students as members, and is now a formal internship program for Keene State College singers.

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

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