We are excited to announce our upcoming season. If you are interested in singing with us this season, please click on the Audition link on the right for more information. We would love to have you join us in song!
Annual Halloween Saturday, October 29 at 2 PM, Trinity on the Green, New Haven
The Chorale offers it annual Halloween concert for children, featuring lively choral music by Copland and Handel, humorous madrigals, rounds for the entire audience to sing, and the chance for some lucky children to conduct the Chorale! The Chorale, under the direction of Ed Bolkovac, will be joined by the Girl’s Chorus from Trinity on the Green, under the direction of Walden Moore, student instrumental soloists, and Brett Judson on organ. There will be a post-concert party in the church hall with goody bags for all children. A great concert for children of all ages!!!
Holiday Concert Saturday, Dec 3 at 2 PM, Saint Mary’s Church 5 Hillhouse Ave. New Haven
With its magnificent acoustics and beautiful surroundings, St Mary’s Church is the perfect venue for a magnificent holiday concert, featuring the New Haven Chorale and orchestra, led by assistant conductor Brett Judson. This fast-paced musical collage includes music for choir and orchestra by Bach, Handel, and Mozart, antiphonal works for choir and brass by Gabrieli and Praetorius, and seasonal a cappella choruses that will get your holiday season started on a joyful note!! Bring your voice as well to sing along with seasonal favorites!!
Spring Choral Tapestry, Sunday May 7, 4:30PM, Woolsey Hall, New Haven
The New Haven Chorale welcomes guest conductor Edward Cumming, the Hartt Symphony Orchestra, the Hartt School choruses for a gala concert celebrating three great modern masters: Bernstein, Debussy, and Poulenc in the stunning acoustics of Woolsey Hall. Maestro Cumming will lead Leonard Bernstein’s vivacious Chichester Psalms and Claude Debussy’s exquisite La damoiselle élue, and NHC music director Edward Bolkovac will lead Francis Poulenc’s stunning and energetic Gloria, as well as a few short 20th century surprises. Energetic. Accessible. Poignant. Lively. Bold. Be there!!