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Audition for the Master Chorale

New member auditions will be held on August 14, 20, and 27. Please visit our Auditions page for more information.

An alternative date may be arranged by emailing Kathy@masterchoraleofsouthflorida.org.

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Upcoming Concerts in South Florida

Brett Karlin, Artistic Director

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Brett Karlin, Artistic Director

We are so proud that Lawrence Johnson’s South Florida Classical Review named our April 2016 performances of Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass among the top 10 performances of 2016!

Bernstein at 100 - October 26 and 28, 2018

The Master Chorale of South Florida is thrilled to take part in the international centennial celebration of Leonard Bernstein at 100! Join all 120 singers, orchestra, and soloists for a musical celebration of one of America’s greatest composers and musicians. Featuring some of his best loved works for musical theater, including selections from West Side Story and Candide, as well as his choral masterwork Chichester Psalms and a world-premiere performance of a new composition by acclaimed composer, Dominick DiOrio, this will be a musical birthday you won’t want to miss!

 

Symphonic Tales - December 2, 2018

Palm Beach Symphony Masterworks concert featuring the music of Strauss, Kodály, Ginastera, Wolf-Ferrari, Borodin, and Tchaikovsky, conducted by world renowned Maestro Ramón Tebar with special guests, Master Chorale of South Florida.

The Master Chorale will be featured in the Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor by Borodin for our first ever performance at the Kravis Center.

Tickets sold exclusively through the Palm Beach Symphony

 

Berlioz' Te Deum - Feburary 23-24, 2019

With the Lynn Philharmonia

Berlioz’s Te Deum stands as one of the ultimate ceremonial pieces of all time, and it is still an event whenever the work is performed today.  It is one of the works referred to by Berlioz in his Memoirs as "the enormous compositions which some critics have called architectural or monumental music." Hector Berlioz's choral and orchestral works explore the breadth of the human spiritual experience. His style explores the vast range of human emotion, taking singers from bombastic highs to quiet intimacy. His massive orchestrations echo the ecstasy of adoration and the blasts of Judgment Day.

Tickets sold exclusively through Lynn University

 

Haydn's Creation - May 3 and 5, 2019

“When I think of God, I can write only cheerful music” said Joseph Haydn, and his great oratorio The Creation is a masterful representation of this philosophy. Violins become tigers leaping through the air, cellos and basses become whales and creatures of the sea, and brass instruments recreate the first rising of the sun. From chaos to Adam & Eve, this monumental performance will treat audience members to a musical representation of the Genesis creation story.

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