Make It A Mozart Day!

Join Key Chorale as we close our 30th Anniversary Season with a concert and reception on April 18, 2015 beginning at 2:30 PM

Make it a Mozart Day Package (concert and reception) $50

Concert Tickets $35 & $25

Reception Only $20











First Church

2:30 PM

The final year of Mozart’s life was troubled by career disappointments, growing debt, and failing health, but also filled with a period of incredibly diverse compositions including two operas, a clarinet concerto, a dedicatory cantata for a new Masonic lodge, and his unfinished Requiem.

Key Chorale welcomes guest clarinetist, Bharat Chandra, to perform Mozart’s beloved Clarinet Concerto, the men of the Chorale will be featured in Mozart’s final composition The Little Masonic Cantata, and the full Chorale will present his unfinished Requiem. Key Chorale alumni are invited to attend this special concert and to join together with current Chorale members in singing the beloved Ave Verum Corpus as we celebrate 30 years of bringing great choral music to our community.

Attention Key Chorale Alumni! You are invited to join our celebration of 30 wonderful years on April 18 at our final concert of the season, MOZART: 1791. Artistic Director Joseph Caulkins would like you to join the Chorale to sing Ave Verum Corpu at the end of the concert.

If you plan to join us and do not have the music for Ave Verum Corpus, please use the following link to access a copy:


General Admission Tickets: $35 and $25 Balcony
(Please note $25 balcony seats are NOT handicapped accessible and require walking a flight of stairs.)


Ivory Lounge

4:30 PM

Immediately following the concert, there will be a VIP Friends of Key Chorale reception at Ivory Lounge to meet and greet the conductor and soloists. First wine/beer/soft drink serving courtesy of our sponsor Café Americano with additional bar drinks available for purchase. Attendees will also receive a 15% discount coupon, valid through June 2015, for dinner at Café Americano.


(l-r) Bharat Chandra, Amy Connours, Brad Diamond, Ruthie Nelson, Gerald Sundberg, and Jonathan Willis

Bharat Chandra Photo: “R R Jones” of Santa Cruz