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Explore the Concerts
October 15, 2022 – The Choir School’s most anticipated event of the year, our Annual Gala and Benefit Concert, is a light-hearted evening filled with food, friends and fun, plus a cabaret-style performance featuring Broadway show tunes and toe-tapping numbers from the Great American Songbook.
December 11, 2022 – Make it a joyous holiday season with the triumphant sounds of John Rutter’s Gloria. The Choir performs holiday favorites and traditional carols in one of the most popular concerts of the series.
February 19, 2023 – Enjoy the Choir School of Delaware’s presentation of 20th Century Black History told through song. The repertoire features powerful, thought-provoking works including “Can You See?” by Dr. Zanaida Robles and Rollo Dilworth’s Weather.
April 29, 2023 – The Choir is delighted and honored to premiere a newly commissioned work by composer Dr. Jennifer Margaret Barker, the Delaware Division of the Arts’ Master Artist. This piece ushers in the spring season by exploring our connection to Earth and our responsibility to protect the environment.
June 11, 2023 – This celebration of life features Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna and Diedre Robinson’s exquisite setting of “Steal Away.” The evening’s repertoire shares the theme of remembrance, honoring the lives of Americans that were tragically lost as a result of the global pandemic.