Hear The Chorale at Caramoor!

On June 20, The Collegiate Chorale will perform Beethoven’s 9 Symphony at the Caramoor Summer Music Festival’s Opening Night concert.  Peter Oundjian will conduct The Chorale, along with Orchestra of St. Luke’s and soloists Jennifer Check, Jennifer Feinstein, Noah Baetge and Jeffrey Beruan. 

This concert opens the 70th Anniversary season for Caramoor, and The Chorale is very pleased and honored to participate in the celebrations!

Also on the program will be a new, commissioned work by composer Christopher Theofanidis, entitled Making Up for Lost Time.  Known for his intense and rhythmically complex work, Theofanidis’ new piece commemorates Caramoor’s longstanding and fruitful collaboration with Orchestra of St. Luke’s and celebrates their milestone anniversaries. 

Learn more and buy tickets to Caramoor’s Opening Night concert!

The New York Times praises "Road of Promise"

Critic Vivien Schweitzer of The New York Times gave The Chorale's May 7 performance of Kurt Weill and Franz Werfel's The Road of Promise a positive review! Read the Review

We Reached our Goal!

The Chorale's Indiegogo campaign to help fund the first recording of Kurt Weill's The Road of Promise has ended, and we have exceeded our $30,000 goal by $2,266!  Thank you to all the donors to the campaign!   View Final Results

Spring Benefit on May 7

The Chorale honored the Simon Wiesenthal Center at its annual Spring Benefit on May 7. The event raised $300,000 for The Chorale's artistic and education programs. Thank you to everyone that supported the event!  View Photos

Final Road of Promise Video

The final episode of The Chorale's video series "The Road to THE ROAD OF PROMISE," Ted Sperling, Ed Harsh, Chorale Members, and Soprano Megan Marino discuss the story of The Road of Promise and what it means to them. Watch Video