Carnegie Hall in January and Grace Episcopal Church in February -  The beautiful and touching Cantata Memoria by Karl Jenkins has now had it's 2nd and 3rd perofmances with the Cantata Singers in the choir! Click here for more information about the Carnegie Hall performance inclding this Corning Leader article. Click here for the Review of the Jan. 15th performance. The February 26 performance by The Cantata Singers featured Jenkins' Requiem and the upstate premier of Cantata Memoria: For the Children of Aberfan. Soloists Todd Thomas, Rebecca Houghton, James Yoon, Rosanna Moore, and Dr. Kenneth Sarch,  children from St. Mary Our Mother Church in Horseheads under the direction of Cathy Peckham, and orchestra put on a fabuous performance!

The poem with which we began our performance of Cantata Memoria is now available to read. Click here.

April 1, 2017 - Our annual Young Performer's competition auditions will be held at First Presbyterian Church. You must register in advance. Click here for more information.

May 21, 2017, Sts. Peter & Paul Church, Elmira - We present two beautiful works by contemporary composers, Frank Martin's "Mass for Double Choir" and "Sunrise Mass" by Ola Gjeilo.


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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