2019-2020 Season – Our 50th Year of Tradition.

Cappella Cantorum is the lower Connecticut River Valley and Shoreline’s premiere non-auditioned community choral organization whose primary purpose is to learn, perform and enjoy great choral music while striving for excellence and the enrichment of its singers and audience.

 

 

Productions for the 2019-2020 Season ~ Our 50th Year!!

International Touring Choir!

Pat Hill and her industrious Tour Committee are working with ENCORE Tours out of Boston designing the direction of Cappella’s next adventure. We are pleased to announce that in June of 2021, Cappella will be on their 28th International Concert Tour!! This time we will be performing in The Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland- climbing our highest mountain.

Keep posted by emailing Pat at phill2013mad@gmail.com if you would like to hear more about our plans as they develop.

We will be have a meeting with our NEW travel agent Sunday, April 19th, 2020 at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Madison at 4 PM for all those who might have an interest in joining the tour and would invite you to be informed of the details.

Recent News


Our New Music Director Invites You to Come Sing With Us!

Cappella Cantorum’s new Music Director as of July 2017,  is Simon Holt, founder and Artistic Director of Salt Marsh Opera and Music Director of the Old Lyme Congregational Church Choir, Old… Read more »

Cappella Cantorum’s Co-Founder, Music Director, & Conductor Barry B. Asch Retires after 47 years and Simon Holt Appointed New Music Director

Cappella Cantorum announces the retirement of its co-founder, Music Director, and Conductor Barry B. Asch, from the Cappella Cantorum MasterWorks Chorus. Asch has conducted the MasterWorks Chorus for forty seven years… Read more »

Cappella Cantorum MESSIAH Concerts Receive the Regional Initiative Grant

Cappella Cantorum MasterWorks Chorus is grateful to announce that the 2016-2017 MESSIAH concerts, performed in collaboration with the Old Lyme Congregational Church Choir, have been supported in part by Shoreline Arts… Read more »