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Our final performance of an amazing season is in the history books! Rave reviews were heard from many of the the 150 or so folks in the audience in the acoustically perfect sanctuary at Sts Peter and Paul Church in Elmira. We honored long time singers Dottie Hoos and Cora Range by dedicating the concert to them both. They were thrilled with the honor and awed by the performance!

Next season is in the works!  Rehearsals will begin Sunday, September 10, at 6 pm at St. Matthew's Parish Hall in Horseheads. We'd love for you to join us as we prepare for another exciting season!

Early December - Our annual seasonal celebration will feature music of the British Isles with, perhaps, some delightful surprises!

Wednesday, December 13 - We will join Danu, one of today's leading traditional Irish ensembles, for their Christmas appearance at the Clemens Center.

Late February will find us performing a concert of music of Dan Forrest. We'll be featuring his beautiful Te Deum and an encore performance of Requiem for the Living.

Our season will close in late spring with a collaboration with the music department at Corning Community College. Watch here for details!

 

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Will you please help support us?

Your donation, in any amount, helps us to better plan our season and continue to provide high quality performances for the enjoyment of our community.

You can support us through Square or PayPal, or please send your tax-deductible check made payable to Cantata Singers, PO Box 952, Elmira, NY 14902

For further information about the choir or our programs read on or contact our music director at cantatasingers@ymail.com. Concerts are free, open to the public and handicapped accessible.

Cantata Singers Portrait, June 1, 2014. To order a copy click the picture.                                                       © Bob Haggard 2014

Cantata Singers Portrait, June 1, 2014. To order a copy click the picture.                                                       © Bob Haggard 2014