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The Artists



Choral Workshops






We perform two main concerts a year, a holiday concert in December and a spring concert in May. Each year has brought us varied opportunities for joint performances and community outreach.

  • Spring 2014: Elements: A Celebration of Earth, Wind Water and the Fire of the Human Spirit

  • Holiday 2013: Winter's Dance: A Seasonal Celebration of the Concord Singers

  • Spring 2013: Our Favorite Things
    A selection of Concord Singers member favorites from our repertoire

  • Holiday 2012: Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening
    Featuring music of Boston-based composer Kenneth Seitz, selections from Vincent Perichetti's Winter Cantata, holiday music and guest instrumentalists.

  • Spring 2012: Emily's Garden
    Choral settings of poetry, celebrating themes of love, faith, hope and music.

  • Holiday 2011: Music for a Winter's Eve
    Performed in Philadelphia with the Philadelphia Mandolin Ensemble

  • Holiday 2011: Wintersong
    Featuring Vivaldi's "Gloria" and the Philadelphia Mandolin Ensemble

  • Spring 2011: Untraveled Worlds
    Featuring musical setting of some of English language's best loved poetry

  • Holiday 2010: Winter's Welcome
    Featuring Benjamin Britten's Ceremony of Carols, Gloria from Mozart's 12th Mass and contemporary carols

  • Spring 2010: I Shall Keep Singing
    Celebrating five centuries of poetry and song

  • Holiday 2009
    Season of Wonder, featuring the Hanover Wind Symphony Brass Quintet

  • Spring 2009: Romantic Spring
    Music in the Romantic and Neo-Romantic Style, plus Songs of Love

  • Holiday 2008: A More Perfect Peace

  • Spring 2008: Musical Chiaroscuro
    Sounds in contrast. Classical and contemporary selections with differing harmonies and textures.

  • Holiday 2007: Timeless Traditions
    Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Concord Singers and featuring music spanning seven centuries.

  • Spring 2007: Reflections of Life
    Featuring guest artist Caroline Parody, celebrating 10 years with the Concord Singers.

  • Holiday 2006: Music in the Air
    Featured the work of American choral masters Z. Randall Stroope and Eleanor Daly, including the New Jersey premiere of Stroope's An American Te Deum.

  • Spring 2006: Uncaged Spirit
    Concert with the Apprentice Chorus of the Newark Boys Chorus School.

  • Holiday 2005: A Holiday Fiesta
    Featuring Conrad Susa's Christmas in the Southwest, a beautiful collection of carols from Spain, Mexico and the American Southwest, scored for women's voices, guitar, marimba and harp

  • Spring 2005 Concert: Spring Songs and Lullabies
    Featuring traditional melodies as well as works by contemporary Spanish composers, the concert featured classical guitarist Loren C. Fortna as our guest artist.

Other joint performances and guest musicians:

The Newark Boys Chorus School’s Apprentice Chorus, Dance Innovations (Chatham), Maplewood Glee Club, James S. Little, Caroline Parody, Dr. Thomas Siebenhuhuner, Paul McCullen, Summit Symphony, Cantabile Chamber Chorale (New Brunswick), and The Harmony Singers (Wayne). 

In celebration of our silver jubilee, we commissioned a piece entitled Draw Her Home with Music by Mark Miller, Composer-in-Residence of the Harmonium Choral Society and Director of Music at Drew Theological School.
Women's Choral Workshop:

In alternating years, we sponsor a Women’s Choral Workshop. This is a highly sought after event, bringing women choral singers from across the entire state of New Jersey.  This biennial event is an opportunity for singers to learn more about their art. It is always a great chance to meet other singers, be exposed to new repertoire and learn new and enhance existing vocal techniques and disciplines. 


Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.
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