Challenging times call for creative thinking. With that in mind, we bring you our 65th season, comprised of six discussions with Artistic Director Philip Barnes and other special guests from around the globe that will feature archival recordings of the choir and be complemented with a display of original images. The series will highlight our unique role in the cultural life of St. Louis and the wider artistic community, will introduce you to recordings (many previously unavailable to the public), will offer you a deeper understanding of the Chamber Chorus, and will explain how our music is brought to life in performance. So, while safety may not allow us to sing during the pandemic, we will continue in our mission not only to entertain, but to educate and inspire you.
We have developed a COVID safety plan to help guide us during this season.
Click the title of each presentation below to access the livestream and video for that event.
We will hold each presentation on a Sunday from 3 pm to about 4:30 pm, in the large venue of Third Baptist Church in Grand Center. Full Season Subscribers have the exclusive right to attend those presentations live. Full Subscribers and Limited Subscribers (who live out-of-town) will have exclusive access to watch the presentations via live streaming from the comfort of their home or as a podcast for the 30 days after the event. Thereafter, we will make the podcasts generally available. This will allow us to share the story of the St. Louis Chamber Chorus with our community and beyond so that others can learn more about our history and the talents of our singers.
Your subscription offers a rare opportunity to see and hear ‘behind-the-scenes’. It also offers you the chance to show that you believe in what we believe in—that it is important for artists to continue to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences. Your support will help us weather these extraordinary times, re-emerge from our ‘pandemic chrysalis’ and soar once again ‘on the wings of song’.
A conversation with choir members recalling unusual venues, memorable music, and odd collaborations – from movies to Manilow! Chaired by Philip Barnes and former assistant conductor Mary Chapman.