The Shoreline Chorale is a mixed (SATB), non-auditioned choir that rehearses and performers works from the broad spectrum of choral literature, including unaccompanied selections. Comprised of approximately 40 singers, the ensemble celebrates the joys of music-making and the collaborative community of the performing arts.

Journey's 
                              Season Flier

Fall Concert: November 16, 4pm

First Congregational Church, 26 Meeting House Lane, Madison

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Past Programs

Rhythms of Dancing - Spring 2014 - A choral of dance music with selections of Hungarian, Nigerian, Shona, Cachucha, Shaker, American Folk, tango, and waltz, with exhibitions by the Westbrook Dance Academy.

Abraham, Martin, and John: Rejoicing in Hope - Fall 2013 - American music centered on the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of JFK.

Singing by the Sea - Spring 2013 - Celebrating 30 Years of the Shoreline Chorale with Trumpets, Chimes, and Song. Including songs by Vecchi, Handel, Schubert, Faure, Vaughan Williams, Paulus, Chilcott, Levine and Hogan

In Music's Voice From Poet's Pen - Fall 2012 - Featuring Madison's own harpest, Megan Sesma. Including Night, Sleep, Death, and the Stars by Gawthhrop, Harlem Songs by Gwyneth Walker and more.


Early Masters - Spring 2012 - Choral music by Haydn, Handel, Palestrina, di Lasso and others

Song of Canada - Fall 2011 - Featuring an authentic Fiddler

hope, faith, life, love - Spring 2011 - Featuring Faure Requiem
Collaborative performance with Celesti Sondato and Orchestra

Celebrating Connecticut's Composers - Fall 2010 -
The Shoreline Chorale - Choral Composition Competition
Steven Danyew, First Prize Winner, with More than heaven to Earth

African Celebration - Spring 2010

Wine, Sacred and Secular - Fall 2009

The Shoreline Community Chorale
P.O. Box 57, Madison, CT 06443

Telephone:203 245 6947
E-Mail:info@shorelinechorale.org
 
 
 
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