The mission of St. Charles Singers is to perform, promote and preserve the finest choral music to inspire diverse audiences regionally, nationally and internationally. Thank you for your belief in our mission and for your support of our choir.
Kaleidoscope April 18th, 19th, 2020
This very special concert has as its theme, a musical journey through some of life’s significant moments, welcomes cellist Sophie Webber as guest artist. The centerpiece of the program will be the world premiere of new work composed for the St. Charles Singers by celebrated composer, Jake Runestad. Jake is creating a setting of the poem Cello by Dorianne Laux. Other works on the program include works by Bach/Webber, Montavano, Britten, Gjeilo, Rutter, Sixten, Pӓrt, Shearing and Chilcott. The concert will be a Kaleidoscope of sounds reflecting events and emotions we all at one time or another, share together.
* Baker Church is located at 307 Cedar Ave., St Charles, IL 60174
Individual Tickets: $40 – adults; $35 – seniors; $10 – students (ID may be requested)
MOZART JOURNEY – Just 2 Steps to go …
Thank you for joining St. Charles Singers for our 2019 Mozart Festival, during which we presented the 15th of the 17 steps of our Mozart Journey, a seventeen concert undertaking to perform and record the complete known volume of Wolfgang Mozart’s sacred choral compositions. With a few notable exceptions, i.e. The Coronation Mass and The Requiem, Mozart’s sacred works are seldom performed. To the choir’s knowledge no American recordings, or even recent European collections, exist of this genre of Mozart’s work. Now, with just 2 remaining steps of the Journey, Maestro Hunt and the choir remain passionately committed to completing this endeavor to perform and record these 18th Century works for a 21st Century audience.
SAVE THE DATE: Mozart Festival, Mozart Journey XVI, August 27 – 30, 2020
Bushes and Briars
Early One Morning
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