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Phoenix Chorale Announces 2021-22 Season: reUNION

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For 2021-22 the Season will be comprised of a 3 concert series including A Chorale Christmas, re:Birth, and SPEM: songs of hope and love. 

Phoenix Chorale Announces 2021-22 Season: reUNION

The Phoenix Chorale has announced its 2021-22 Season, reUNION. Curated and led by Music Director Christopher Gabbitas, the performances mark the return of the Grammy winning Chorale to the concert stage. The Phoenix Chorale will be performing concerts around the Valley including its long-standing venues of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, and Camelback Bible Church as well as new venues in Mesa and North Scottsdale.

i??For 2021-22 the Season will be comprised of a 3 concert series including A Chorale Christmas, re:Birth, and SPEM: songs of hope and love. The season will kick-off October 9th at Camelback Bible Church with an exclusive event for Phoenix Chorale subscribers and donors.

Season tickets will go on sale October 9th, with "early bird" discounted pricing through October 15. Subscription packages start at $129.

Single tickets range from $42-$45 and will go on sale October 25th at 10 am at phoenixchorale.org. Discounts for students, seniors and those currently serving in the military are available.

2021-2022 SEASON

Phoenix Chorale Subscriber/Donor Event

UNCLOUDED day

a celebration of choral music

October 9, 2021 at 2:00 pm, Camelback Bible Church

Phoenix Chorale welcomes back its family of subscribers and donors to reconnect through music after a long hiatus.

UNCLOUDED Day is a celebration of the beauty of choral music, featuring diverse settings of uplifting and comforting texts and offering thanks for the opportunity to meet again in person and make music. Three traditional American melodies form the backbone of the repertoire, which has as its central point Sir Benjamin Britten's choral masterpiece Hymn to St Cecilia, an ode in praise of the Roman martyr and patron saint of music. Choral favorites by Morten Lauridsen and Ola Gjeilo complete the program, along with two contemporary British works by Roxanna Panufnik and Roderick Williams.

The Phoenix Chorale will be performing this concert for its dedicated patrons, which will be filmed for future distribution. Space is limited and tickets will only be available to 2019/20 subscribers and recent donors.

A CHORALE CHRISTMAS

resume the tradition

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Dec. 16, 2021 at 7:30 pm, La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, Scottsdale

Dec. 17, 2021 at 7:30pm, American Lutheran Church, Sun City

Dec. 18, 2021 at 7:30pm, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Phoenix

Dec. 19, 2021 at 3:00pm, Camelback Bible Church, Paradise Valley

Dec. 20, 2021 at 7:30pm, Brophy Chapel, Phoenix

A sparkling holiday favorite for all music-loving Phoenecians, December wouldn't be the same without the Chorale's Christmas performance held in five stunning venues around the Valley.This program will feature the world premiere performance of internationally-renowned choral composer Cecilia McDowall's new commission for the Chorale.

re:BIRTH

reflection and renewal

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Mar. 17, 2022 at 7:30pm, La Casa de Cristo Lutheran Church, Scottsdale

Mar. 18, 2022 at 7:30pm, First United Methodist Church, Mesa

Mar. 19, 2021 at 7:30pm, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Phoenix

Mar. 20, 2022 at 3:00pm, Camelback Bible Church, Paradise Valley

re:BIRTH offers the chance to reflect on renewal and growth - both literally and metaphorically. This is the first concert of our "Phoenix Masterworks" programs, in each of which we intend to present a work that is indisputably a masterpiece of its genre. This year we shine the spotlight on Aaron Copland's 'In the Beginning'. Also in this terrific program, prominent Phoenix musician and Chorale soprano Dr Kira Zeeman Rugen's 'Out of the Ash' receives its world premiere performance.

SPEM:

songs of hope and love

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Apr. 29, 2022 at 7:30pm, Camelback Bible Church, Paradise Valley

Apr. 30, 2022 at 7:30pm, Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Phoenix

May 1, 2022 at 3:00pm, Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, North Scottsdale

Experience Thomas Tallis' genius creation for 40 individual parts. A virtuosic season-closer like no other. "SPEM IN ALIUM" translates from Latin poetically as "I have hope in none other than Thee, O Lord."

Phoenix Chorale's final program for the season includes the opportunity to experience Thomas Tallis' 40-part Renaissance masterpiece 'Spem in Alium' - one of the top 10 choral pieces every choral fan MUST hear live, at least once! Through bespoke staging concepts in each venue, the audience will experience total immersion in the sound of 40 solo voices each singing a different line of music and all joining together to create a phenomenal sound. This will be a cultural event not to be missed!


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