Coming Up on February 3...

Susanna by Handel

Bridging the genres of oratorio and ballad opera, Handel’s intriguing Susanna originally premiered at Covent Garden in 1749. Based on an Apocryphal chapter from the biblical Book of Daniel, Susanna tells the story of a virtuous young woman who is falsely accused of sexual promiscuity by two lecherous elders. Aided by the boy prophet Daniel, the true nature of the elders is exposed and Susanna is proven innocent. 

Don't miss The Chorale's performance of this rarely heard gem, featuring Isabel Leonard, Daniela Mack, Javier Abreu, Zachary James, Orchestra of St. Luke's, and Conductor James Bagwell, February 3 at Town Hall. Learn More!

Not The Messiah Gets Rave Reviews!

“NOT THE MESSIAH FLIES OFF THE HANDEL. PYTHON-ESQUE, BRILLIANT, AND MERRILY SACRILEGIOUS!” -The New York Times . Read More!

New Blog Post!

In "A Whole That Is Greater Than Its Parts," Chorale Blogger Janet Pascal explores The Collegiate Chorale's 2014-15 Season from Not The Messiah to The Defiant Requiem to The Road of PromiseRead Now!

The Collegiate Chorale Awarded NEA Grant

The Chorale has been awarded its very first National Endowment for the Arts grant, $30,000 in support of its May 2015 Concert and CD Recording of Kurt Weill's The Road of Promise. Read the NEA Press Release!

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