Season subscriptions include access to all six of our Sunday afternoon concerts. As a season subscriber you will enjoy guaranteed, reserved seating with the best acoustical advantage and receive pre-concert letters from the Artistic Director including advance information about the program, seating, and parking. You can also receive a tax deduction for missed concerts and have ticket exchange benefits.*
* Call us at (636) 458-4343 or email us for information about exchanging tickets or obtaining tax letters.
We will hold each presentation on a Sunday from 3 pm to about 4:30 pm.
We acknowledge what the pandemic has taught us, that crises are weathered “with a little help from my friends,” to quote The Beatles. Collaboration, then, underpins every performance, which allows us to present many works that might otherwise be outside our repertoire, but which were created for a chamber ensemble of singers and instrumentalists. Towering figures of classical music are celebrated, while our continuing commitment to women composers and new works remains undimmed.
Masterworks like Vivaldi's Gloria, Fauré's Requiem, and Tchaikovsky's Vespers are complemented with classic suites based on dance by Brahms and Elgar. Brand new works from Melissa Dunphy, Sasha Johnson Manning, and Mårten Jansson prove that choral music remains a vital and evolving art form. And the Chorus goes back 'on the road' to explore some of St. Louis's best acoustics in six spectacular venues.
We Are The Music Makers — Music of Monteverdi, Vivaldi and Melissa Dunphy
E. Desmond Lee Concert Hall
560 Music Center, Washington University
560 Trinity Ave, University City, 63130
We Will Remember Them
Third Baptist Church
620 N. Grand Boulevard, Grand Center, 63103
A Swedish Christmas
Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church
5020 Rhodes Ave, South City, 63109
The Days of Wine and Roses
First Congregational Church of Webster Groves
10 W. Lockwood Ave, Webster Groves, 63119
St. Stanislaus Kostka Polish Catholic Church
1413 North 20th Street, Downtown St. Louis, 63106
Celebrations and Memorials
First Presbyterian Church
100 E. Adams Ave, Kirkwood, 63122