The Grace and Spiritus Chorale of Brooklyn is a 75-member chorus based in Brooklyn Heights dedicated to promoting and cultivating the art of choral singing in Brooklyn by presenting a wide variety of choral music, including newly commissioned works, to audiences through concerts, partnerships and educational outreach. We offer amateur singers the opportunity to study the art of choral singing under dynamic and professional leadership.
COMING THIS MAY:
Grace & Spiritus will perform Carl Orff's masterpiece, Carmina Burana, a cantata based on 24 medieval poems. This perennial favorite among concertgoers was written in 1936 and deals with timeless themes of love, sex, drinking, gambling, fate, and fortune. Join us May 2 or 3 at St. Ann's Church in Brooklyn Heights for our two performances of Carmina Burana accompanied by two pianos and percussion.
See Upcoming Concerts for more details.
Music of Mid-Winter
This past January, Grace and Spiritus performed Johann Sebastian Bach's Cantata BWV65, Morten Lauridsen's Mid-Winter Songs, and a commissioned work, And how was your day today?, by Brooklyn composer Lainie Fefferman.
Three very well-attended concerts took place in Brooklyn Heights, Fort Greene, and Park Slope.
Thank you to our supporters !
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