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Saturday Sep 24 2022 4:00 PM EDT

Equinox - A Celtic Celebration

Church of the Palms
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With the change of the seasons from the haze of summer to the cool of fall, comes the Celtic autumnal equinox festival, called Mabon. It is a time when we recognize the need for balance in our lands, our lives, in what we harvest, and what we store for the coming winter months. Tenor Brad Diamond joins Foley’s All-Star Irish Band and Key Chorale performing jigs, reels, folk songs, and choral music inspired by the Emerald Isle.

Danny Boy, The Rocky Road to Dublin, Wild Mountain Thyme, The Irish Blessing and MORE

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Monday Nov 7 2022 11:30 AM EST

Perfect Pitch Annual Luncheon

Sarasota Yacht Club
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Celebrating Perfect Pitch Honoree Daniel Jordan, Concertmaster of the Sarasota Orchestra and Key Chorale, our annual luncheon supports the education and community outreach programs of the Chorale. Enjoy performances by Daniel Jordan, Key Chorale’s Chamber Singers, 2022/23 Student Scholars and the students of Visible Men Academy during a delightful lunch overlooking the beautiful Sarasota Bay. This is your opportunity to learn more about the music and mission of Key Chorale and to sponsor a Student Scholar for the season.

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Sunday Nov 27 2022 4:00 PM EST

Mystics and Kings

Sarasota Opera House
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An evocative exploration of the mystical and the royal. Works by James Whitbourn and Jake Runestad incorporate texts of luminaries and mystics laced with Indian soundscapes, invoking musical settings which are radiant, peaceful and luminous. Black composer Margaret Bonds’ rarely heard 1954 cantata The Ballad of the Brown King, sets texts by Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes in styles of classical, jazz, gospel and calypso to tell the story of the journey to Bethlehem through the eyes of Balthazar, the dark-skinned king. Key Chorale, violinist Daniel Jordan, sitarist Kanada Narahari, and The Sarasota Ballet Studio Company and Trainees take you on an unforgettable journey of the senses.

Featuring Daniel Jordan, violin Kanada Narahari, sitar and tanpura Leo Williams, Amy Connours, & Stephanie Jabre, vocalists

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Saturday Jan 21 2023 4:00 PM EST

Miniature Masterpieces

Church of the Palms
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While Classical composers have often wowed us with large-scale symphonies, masses, and Requiems, they have also demonstrated their mastery in a matter of only minutes. Experience these choral miniature masterpieces – all 8 minutes or less – as Maestro Caulkins leads an interactive exploration of these pint-size pieces that pack a punch. Learn what makes these works masterpieces and enjoy transcendent performances by our Chamber Singers. Works by Verdi, Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Hogan, Whitacre and more.

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Sunday Jan 22 2023 5:00 PM EST

Miniature Masterpieces

St. Boniface Episcopal Church
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While Classical composers have often wowed us with large-scale symphonies, masses, and Requiems, they have also demonstrated their mastery in a matter of only minutes. Experience these choral miniature masterpieces – all 8 minutes or less – as Maestro Caulkins leads an interactive exploration of these pint-size pieces that pack a punch. Learn what makes these works masterpieces and enjoy transcendent performances by our Chamber Singers. Works by Verdi, Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Hogan, Whitacre and more.

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Friday Feb 10 2023 7:30 PM EST

A Sea Symphony Masterwork by Vaughan Williams

Church of the Palms
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Chorus, orchestra and soloists sing of ships and their captains, wind and waves, the voyage of every human soul, and music so vivid you can almost taste the sea spray in the air. Vaughan Williams’ setting of Walt Whitman’s sea texts elicit thrilling viscerality in its climactic vision of the individual soul sailing forth ‘for the deep waters only, where mariner has not yet dared to go.’ This large-scale symphony was one of the first to incorporate choir throughout the work and is considered one of the mightiest first symphonies ever composed. Baritone Jamal Sarikoki and soprano Suzanne Karpov add their stunning virtuosity to this epic masterwork.

Join us for a special presentation and conversation with Dr. Michael P. Crosby, Mote Marine's President and CEO as he reflects on the importance of the sea and shares Mote's ground breaking science and plans for its exciting future. Presentation begins one hour before the concert and is included in ticket price.

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Saturday Feb 11 2023 4:00 PM EST

A Sea Symphony Masterwork by Vaughan Williams

Church of the Palms
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Chorus, orchestra and soloists sing of ships and their captains, wind and waves, the voyage of every human soul, and music so vivid you can almost taste the sea spray in the air. Vaughan Williams’ setting of Walt Whitman’s sea texts elicit thrilling viscerality in its climactic vision of the individual soul sailing forth ‘for the deep waters only, where mariner has not yet dared to go.’ This large-scale symphony was one of the first to incorporate choir throughout the work and is considered one of the mightiest first symphonies ever composed. Baritone Jamal Sarikoki and soprano Suzanne Karpov add their stunning virtuosity to this epic masterwork.

Join us for a special presentation and conversation with Dr. Michael P. Crosby, Mote Marine's President and CEO as he reflects on the importance of the sea and shares Mote's ground breaking science and plans for its exciting future. Presentation begins one hour before the concert and is included in ticket price.

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Monday Feb 20 2023 5:30 PM EST

Tomorrow's Voices Tonight

Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe
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Student Scholar Soirée showcasing Key Chorale’s Student Scholars in recital. Come support and cheer our musicians of tomorrow as they present Classical and Musical Theater selections demonstrating the culmination of their studies with their voice teachers and masterclasses with guest artists. Enjoy great music with cocktails and light bites.

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Saturday Apr 22 2023 4:00 PM EDT

American Roots: CSN Crosby Stills & Nash

Church of the Palms
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We welcome back The Lubben Brothers, an acoustic folk group made up of triplet brothers Michael, Tom, and Joshua, to re-create and re-imagine the music of the folk rock genre. Key Chorale Chamber Singers explore the 30 year discography of the folk rock group Crosby, Stills & Nash, and other artists known for their intricate vocal harmonies and timeless melodies.

Teach Your Children, Our House, Seven Bridges Road, Judy Blue Eyes and MORE

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Sunday Apr 23 2023 5:00 PM EDT

American Roots: CSN Crosby Stills & Nash

St. Boniface Episcopal Church
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We welcome back The Lubben Brothers, an acoustic folk group made up of triplet brothers Michael, Tom, and Joshua, to re-create and re-imagine the music of the folk rock genre. Key Chorale Chamber Singers explore the 30 year discography of the folk rock group Crosby, Stills & Nash, and other artists known for their intricate vocal harmonies and timeless melodies.

Teach Your Children, Our House, Seven Bridges Road, Judy Blue Eyes and MORE

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Tuesday Apr 25 2023 7:30 PM EDT

Tomorrow's Voices Today High School Choral Festival

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