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 Alliance, Inc. in partnership with the Connecticut Office of the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Cappella Cantorum is honored to be featured in a 6-page spread in the December 2014 issue of INK Magazine: Connecticut’s Culture & Lifestyle Magazine!
Cappella Cantorum is pleased to announce and gratefully acknowledges receipt of a generous $5,000 unrestricted grant award from the Community Foundation of Middlesex County. This grant is made possible through the Kitchings Family Fund. (more…)
Ann Gittleman, soprano, is the recipient of a Cappella Cantorum Scholarship to study voice with renowned international opera star Patricia Schuman.
Ann started singing with Cappella Cantorum MasterWorks Chorus when she was in high school, and is currently the Section Leader for the first soprano section.
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Cappella Cantorum, Inc. does not have an office. It operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation out of Post Office Box 714 in Essex, through a network including its founding Music Director, Accompanist, volunteer Board of Directors and singers, making John Winthrop Middle School its “home base” for most rehearsals and most of its MasterWorks Chorus production performances. This keeps our overhead costs very low, but also makes it challenging to connect with you, our audience.
We are indeed fortunate to have pianist and organist Simon Holt as our guest organist for the Duruflé Requiem section of our concert on April 6. Mr. Holt graduated from The Royal College of Music in London and received a postgraduate teaching certificate from Goldsmiths College, London University. He was a prizewinner at the Royal College of Organists in London. While in the United Kingdom, Mr. Holt performed organ recitals in Westminster Abbey, St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, numerous cathedrals and the Royal Albert Hall in London.