St Charles Singers is pleased to announce receipt of a grant from the Community Foundation of Fox River Valley. Read the press release here.
See videos from the final performances of Sing! as well as the Mozart Journey here.
Annual scholarship awards were made to area high school students furthering their interests in music while at college. More Info.
Fresh on the heels of our 30th gala anniversary season St Charles Singers is pleased to present four signature concerts offering lovers of classical choral music an opportunity to hear the choir present a wide range of choral selections.
Mozart IX—Journey’s Lamp Light is now history and the choir is preparing for Candlelight Carols in December. Following the concerts St. Charles Singers Circle Members were feted at the Baker Hotel, courtesy of Mrs. Doris Hunt.
St Charles Singers perform October 4th at National Shrine in Chicago.
Start your Christmas and holiday season with a joyful note as we present Candlelight Carols – St Charles Singers annual well-loved, and always sold-out early concerts presented on December 5, 6 and 7 in Chicago and St Charles. For more details click here.
In March 2015 we welcome guest conductor Craig Hella Johnson (Conspirare) to lead the Singers in a concert entitled Inspired. Mr. Johnson is renowned as one of today’s most influential voices in choral conducting, Johnson brings rich imagination to his programs and is known for crafting musical journeys to create deep connections between performer and listener. For more details on this March 7th and 8th concert click here.
"And now for something completely different....." on June 13 and 14 we present Bushes and Briars. Join St Charles Singers for a weekend of singing. John Rutter has compiled two complete books of English and British Isle folk songs stretching over many years. The Singers will perform Book 1,on Saturday evening, June 13. The concert concludes on Sunday afternoon when the Singers perform Book 2. These British and North American folk songs for unaccompanied mixed voices brings a bit of “something old” but look for “something new” before the day is through. For more details click here.