Key Chorale’s 36th season, “Come Together,” includes a combination of online streaming concerts, in person concerts, reconceived rehearsals and events, and newly amended educational and community outreach. Never has our mission been more important than now. We are resolved to use creativity and innovation to reinvent and re-imagine the ways we deliver that mission in this unprecedented season and in the seasons to come.
Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins, recipient of the Arts Leadership Award for Artistic Achievement, continues to produce one-of-a-kind programming, collaborations that inspire, and musical artistry that stirs the soul. This unique season brings the community together to experience the healing and hope of music.
36th Season at a Glance:
Sept. 21 – Nov. 30: Encore Performance! American Roots: The Gospel Experience, Chamber Singers with the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe. Online Streaming Concert.
Oct. 30 – Nov. 22: Together We Rise: Celebrating the Resilience of the Human Spirit, Chamber Singers and Soloists. Online Streaming Concert.
Dec. 14: A Come Together Holiday, A one hour celebration of music for the holidays. Features 8 singalongs and performances from the Chamber Singers and The Section Leaders Ensemble. Free to the community. Online Streaming Concert.
Jan. 25: Perfect Pitch annual luncheon supporting Key Chorale’s Music and Mission. In-person and streaming live.
Jan. 29 – Feb. 21: “Bach” Together Again: Bach & Vivaldi, Chamber Singers and Orchestra. Online Streaming Concert.
Feb. 13: Coronation: Mozart & Haydn, featuring soprano Mary Wilson
March 1: Tomorrow’s Voices Tonight, Student Scholar Soirée and Recital
April 30, May 1 & 2: Cirque des Voix® – The Next Decade of Wonder with the Circus Arts Conservatory
May 4: Images of Dance, with The Sarasota Ballet Studio Company and Trainees. Key Chorale will present a teaser from their production “Sheer Grace” scheduled for November 2021.
May: Tomorrow’s Voices Today high school choral festival