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Antioch Chamber Ensemble

One of the United States’ finest professional vocal ensembles, Antioch strives to present as diverse a program as possible of some of the world’s greatest choral literature, both sacred and secular. Since its debut in 1997, the group has performed works ranging from William Byrd’s Mass for Four Voices to Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzes to Frank Martin’s Mass for Double Choir, with a core group of only ten to twelve singers. In recent seasons, critics have called Antioch “stellar,” “flawless,” “a spectacular example of what a classical choir should sound like,” and “absolutely ravishing.” Antioch’s performance highlights include Carnegie Hall’s Neighborhood Concert Series, Trinity Church Wall Street’s Noon-Day Concert Series, The Piccolo Spoleto Festival Choral Artists Series, The American Choral Directors Association Eastern National Conference, and a tour of Nova Scotia, including a performance for the Nautilus Music Festival. As part of their commitment to music education, Antioch also conducts master classes for young choral artists.


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