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Monday Oct 18 2021 00:00:00 EDT

Shout Glory! A Gospel Revival

Online Streaming Concert
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Online Streaming Concert

On Sale through June 30, 2022

Key Chorale is back to celebrate togetherness through the powerful legacy of African American spirituals and Gospel music in a feel-good concert experience sure to set your toes tapping, your hands clapping, and your spirit soaring. Joined by the energetic pulse of The Stephen Lynerd Group and the soulful sounds of the Hammond B-3 organ, this opening concert is full of upbeat, joyful music sure to raise the roof.

Tickets $10 per household

VIRTUAL CONCERT MAY BE VIEWED AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WISH THROUGH JUNE 30, 2022.

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Friday Jan 14 2022 7:30 PM EST

Choral Splendor in 40 Parts

First Presbyterian Church
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In-Person Event

A concert 450 years in the making, featuring 40 voices of the Chamber Singers and special guest Les Canard Chantants, a solo-voice ensemble specializing in music of the Renaissance. Experience a rare opportunity to hear Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium (Hope in any other) considered one of the greatest compositions of all time and Alessandro Striggio’s Mass in 40 parts, a masterpiece lost for more than 400 years! These rarely performed works are scored for 40 independent vocal parts, and as many as 60 parts for Striggio’s final Agnus Dei – a feat unequaled to this day. Experience an unforgettable program of polychoral extravagance and unparalleled splendor.

Tickets $30-$40

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Saturday Jan 15 2022 4:00 PM EST

Choral Splendor in 40 Parts

St. Boniface Episcopal Church
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In-Person Event

A concert 450 years in the making, featuring 40 voices of the Chamber Singers and special guest Les Canard Chantants, a solo-voice ensemble specializing in music of the Renaissance. Experience a rare opportunity to hear Thomas Tallis’ Spem in alium (Hope in any other) considered one of the greatest compositions of all time and Alessandro Striggio’s Mass in 40 parts, a masterpiece lost for more than 400 years! These rarely performed works are scored for 40 independent vocal parts, and as many as 60 parts for Striggio’s final Agnus Dei – a feat unequaled to this day. Experience an unforgettable program of polychoral extravagance and unparalleled splendor.

Tickets $30-$40

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Friday Feb 11 2022 7:30 PM EST

A.D. 387

Church of the Palms
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In-Person Event

According to ancient legend, the Te Deum was spontaneously composed and sung alternately by St. Ambrose and St. Augustine on the night St. Ambrose baptized St. Augustine in Milan in AD 387. This joyful text is traditionally sung on occasions of public rejoicing and has been set by almost every major composer. This program traces the origins from AD 387 with antiphonal plainchant to works by Handel, Haydn, Dvorak, Bruckner and others.

Tickets $40-$50

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Saturday Feb 12 2022 4:00 PM EST

A.D. 387

Church of the Palms
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In-Person Event

According to ancient legend, the Te Deum was spontaneously composed and sung alternately by St. Ambrose and St. Augustine on the night St. Ambrose baptized St. Augustine in Milan in AD 387. This joyful text is traditionally sung on occasions of public rejoicing and has been set by almost every major composer. This program traces the origins from AD 387 with antiphonal plainchant to works by Handel, Haydn, Dvorak, Bruckner and others.

Tickets $40-$50

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Monday Feb 28 2022 5:30 PM EST

2022 Tomorrow's Voices Tonight

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe
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In-Person Event

Student Scholar Soirée and Recital showcasing solos and group numbers from the Key Chorale Student Scholars as they entertain you with songs from Classics to Broadway. Come support and cheer our musicians of tomorrow while enjoying cocktails and light bites.

Tickets $25

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Monday Mar 7 2022 00:00:00 EST

A.D. 387

Online Streaming Concert
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Online Streaming Concert

According to ancient legend, the Te Deum was spontaneously composed and sung alternately by St. Ambrose and St. Augustine on the night St. Ambrose baptized St. Augustine in Milan in AD 387. This joyful text is traditionally sung on occasions of public rejoicing and has been set by almost every major composer. This program traces the origins from AD 387 with antiphonal plainchant to works by Handel, Haydn, Dvorak, Bruckner and others.

$15 per household

CONCERT MAY BE VIEWED AS MANY TIMES AS YOU WISH FOR 30 DAYS AFTER PURCHASE DATE.

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Friday Apr 8 2022 7:30 PM EDT

American Roots: Bluegrass

First Presbyterian Church
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In-Person Event

A genre-bending fusion of Bluegrass and folk meets choral music featuring the tight vocal harmonies and virtuosic playing of The Lubben Brothers, and soloist Madison Spahn.

Tickets $30-$40

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Saturday Apr 9 2022 4:00 PM EDT

American Roots: Bluegrass

St. Boniface Episcopal Church
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A genre-bending fusion of Bluegrass and folk meets choral music featuring the tight vocal harmonies and virtuosic playing of The Lubben Brothers, and soloist Madison Spahn.

Tickets $30-$40

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Sunday Apr 10 2022 4:00 PM EDT

American Roots: Bluegrass

Venice Presbyterian Church
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In-Person Event

A genre-bending fusion of Bluegrass and folk meets choral music featuring the tight vocal harmonies and virtuosic playing of The Lubben Brothers, and soloist Madison Spahn.

Tickets $30-$40

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Monday May 9 2022 7:30 PM EDT

Tomorrow's Voices Today

To Be Determined
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In-Person Event

Celebrate the power of choral music through an inspired performance by more than 200 singers of all ages, from high school students to seniors. In its 8th year, this intergenerational choral festival has inspired countless high school students by encouraging music making at the highest level. Hear the very best repertoire of the season from Pine View, Venice and North Port High School choirs performing separately and alongside Key Chorale.

Tickets $10