Mar
23
3:00 PM15:00

Light and Love

The Claremont Chorale celebrates light and love by performing two works by John Rutter and Johannes Brahms and giving the world premier of the winner of the 2018 Claremont Chorale Composition Contest. 

The Chorale highlights the theme of light as we perform the ethereal REQUIEM by Rutter.  This gifted composer who has given us so much exceptional choral material shows his eminent skill and virtuosity once again in the creation of this monumental work, considered his must beautiful and exquisite composition.

The Chorale celebrates love with a performance of Brahms' LIEBESLIEDER WALZER (Love Song Waltzes).  Brahms set this lovely collection of folk songs and love poems for four voices and piano four-hands.

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May
18
3:00 PM15:00

Showtime! Music of Broadway

Be sure to grab your tickets for a front row seat as the Claremont Chorale takes you down 42nd Street to hear some of the old and new hits of BROADWAY!  From Rogers and Hammerstein to Lerner and Lowe to Ashman and Menken, the Chorale is going to transport you to where the "roar of the crowd and the smell of the greasepaint" reminds us that, truly, there's no business like show business!

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Oct
13
5:00 PM17:00

Beer und Brats, Songs & Stories

Socialize informally in a delightful Claremont biergarten setting, with polka music, sizzling bratwurst, and sing-along, with kinderlieder and traditional drinking songs.

Meet & mingle with new friends, and chat with the Chorale's new artistic director Alan Wellman. Songs & stories shared by Chorale members and special guests... and YOU!

Event will be held at a private home in the Claremont Village.

Event donations raised go to support the Claremont Chorale's 51st concert season.

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