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Music with the Maestro
Jun 04, 2020

Music with the Maestro Episode 11 - Ton Koopman Part 1

This week's episode of Music with the Maestro is part 1 of our interview with Ton Koopman, international Baroque scholar [...]

May 28, 2020

Music with the Maestro Episode 10 - Patrick Quigley Part 2

Here's part 2 of our interview with Patrick Quigley on the Mozart Requiem.

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Choral Arts Blog
May 15, 2020

Planning in an Unpredictable Time

In this maelstrom of rapidly changing social distancing rules and the avalanche of concert cancellations, how is Baltimore Choral Arts [...]

Jan 08, 2020

Bon Voyage! Choral Arts on Tour!

On Friday, January 10, 2020 Choral Arts is off to England with 102 travelers! You can follow our daily posts on our Facebook [...]

General News
Apr 01, 2020

Chorus America Names Baltimore Choral Arts Winner of 2020 Alice Parker Award

Chorus America has named Baltimore Choral Arts the winner of their 2020 Alice Parker Award! In [...]
Mar 23, 2020

Baltimore Choral Arts Cancels May 17 Mozart Requiem Concert

For immediate release
March 23, 2020
Media inquiries Karena Ingram at karena@baltimorechoralarts.org

Baltimore Choral Arts Cancels May 17 Mozart Requiem [...]

Spotlight
Apr 27, 2020

Audentia Ensemble's Virtual Mahler 8 featuring members of Baltimore Choral Arts

Such a beautiful virtual performance of the finale of Mahler's 8th Symphony by the Audentia Ensemble featuring a few Baltimore [...]

Mar 19, 2020

Music with the Maestro

TONIGHT at 5 pm EST, join us on Facebook Live for the first episode of our new digital mini-series, Music with [...]

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In times of uncertainty, we often turn to the arts for solace and expression. Choral Arts aims to help our community heal through music during these trying times. To that end, we have launched several new initiatives to keep our singers and audiences connected, such as Music with the Maestro and Masterworks Moments.

These free programs are supported by the generosity of many. If you are compelled to support our efforts, please visit our giving page. Thank you!