From the Chorale's May 2006 300-voice performance of Brahms' "Nanie" and Berlioz' "Te Deum" with the choruses and orchestra of The Hartt School and The Connecticut Children's Chorus.
From the Chorale's 2006 "Chants for Children" benefit performance for the Children's Center of Hamden, collaborating with The Trinity Boys Choir and The trinity Girls Choir, part of the Chorale's on-going "Sing for the City!" series of benefit performances. Background art was chosen from submissions to a poster-design competition among students at The Chidren's Center sponsored by the Chorale, all of whose entries were exhibited in the Woolsey Hall lobby during the concert.
From the Chorale's May 2009 "Grant Us Peace" concert with the choruses and orchestra of The Hartt School, a program of music and dramatic readings about the enduring human aspiration for peace, featuring Szymanowski's "Stabat Mater" and Vaugan Williams' "Dona Nobis Pacem."
From the Chorale's first "JOY!" concert, of 2004, subsequently a New Haven holiday tradition, featuring Mozart's "Mass in C" with chamber orchestra.
From the Chorale's 2004 performance of Vaughan Williams' "A Sea Symphony" with the choruses and orchestra of The Hartt School, the first Chorale-Hartt collaboration. Background art came from a J.M.W. Turner painting, "Staffa, Fingal's Cave," used with permission of The Yale Center for British Art.
From the Chorale's first all-acapella concert with Maetsro Bolkovac in May of 2005, an eclectic sampler of a cappella choral music.
From the landmark 1998 "Songs of the Journey" concert, the Chorale's first collaboration with The Heritage Chorale and with former Student Singer Albert Lee as a guest soloist, a program of music by African American composers about the struggle for freedom, including Hailstork's "Done Made My Vow" and Still's "And They Lynched Him On a Tree."
From the Chorale's 2007 performance of the symphonic version of Ernest Bloch's "Sacred Service" with Grammy Award winning baritone Sanford Sylvan performing the role of the cantor. Background art is a monotype print by Chorale alto Charlotte DePalma.
Bearing Robert Shaw's autograph, from the Chorale's 1985 performance of Britten's "War Requiem" with Yale choruses and Yale Philarmonia under the guest batton of Robert Shaw.
Bearing Robert Shaw's autograph, a program cover from the Chorale's 1989 performance of Berlioz' Requiem with Yale choruses and the Yale Philharmonia, the final time that Shaw conducted the New Haven Chorale.