Key Chorale turns mere music into a spectacle
“We need not just voices, but also a sense of community, to create the magical sound that transcends only the music and lifts and inspires the spirit.”
Key Chorale Season Launches Oct. 27, Sarasota Magazine
“The coming season blends tango, Christmas classics, circus-related performances and more.”
Key Chorale announces 2018-2019 season performances and events
“The 34th season of Sarasota’s symphonic chorus will include eight concerts, one luncheon and the 2019 Sarasota Choral Festival.”
Key Chorale sets challenges for new season, Sarasota Herald Tribune
“My main job as a conductor is really as a teacher,” he says. “When I have auditions, I’m looking for people who are already at a high level, but with the right training and experiences, they’ll be great contributors. … It’s always a challenge with a big symphonic chorus, but that’s what I love about it.”
Music Review: Key Chorale Chamber Singers provide French treats
“Along with his best singers, music director Joseph Caulkins delivered a varied program filled with delicious morsels from the Renaissance to the 20th century.”
Key Chorale’s latest concert will feature acclaimed pianist Jeffrey Biegel
“I have this connection to Beethoven — I started off not being able to hear and now I do, opposite of him, he ended up stone deaf,” Biegel says.
Conductor Dale Warland leads Key Chorale in Holiday Favorites
“The mysterious quality comes from the instrumentals,” said Warland.
Key Chorale’s 2017-2018 season emphasizes outreach, education, Sarasota Herald Tribune
Caulkins was on a mission to “use choral music as a way to influence our community beyond just doing great concerts…”
Chorale starts on right note, Observer Media Group
Key Chorale Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins believes in the power of the “invisible instrument,” and says his chorale will use it to uplift, empower and educate the community with its 33rd season programming.