The KC Metropolis reviewed the sold-out concert and 75 member summer chorus. Read: Summer Singers score again at second concert.
Read the latest review from our Kansas City summer program from the Examiner. Baker’s KC Summer Singers match Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ with American contemporaries
We have now added Mozart’s AVE VERUM CORPUS from the William Baker Kansas City Summer Singers to YouTube. It was very
beautifully conducted by Student Intern Jennifer Berroth with members of the Kansas City Symphony.
Auditions are now being held for the 18th Season of the William Baker Festival Singers of Kansas City. In the 2015-2016 Concert Season, the Festival Singers will be preparing a large number of selections for concerts, broadcasts, tours and recording sessions. Concerts will begin with the Season Opening A Cappella Concert in November, our annual Christmas Candlelight Concert in December, following by a number of special events in the spring, including a performance of the magnificent ST. MATTHEW PASSION. For more information about auditions go here. For more information about the 2015-2016 Schedule go here. For more information about this season’s repertoire go here.
William Billings, Daniel Read, Jeremiah Ingalls, Justin Morgan & John Antes
Registration is now open for the Summer Singers of Atlanta. Visit the link below to download your registration packet and pay your registration fee.
The William Baker Festival Singers of Kansas City present the The 3rd Annual Kenneth Babcock Memorial Masterworks Concert, Celebrating the Music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: CORONATION MASS, VENI SANCTUS SPIRITUS, & EXSULTATE JUBILATE. The chorus will be joined with members of the Kansas City Symphony, Sarah Tannehill Anderson, soprano, Kristee Haney, mezz-soprano, David Adams, tenor, and Paul Davidson, baritone. The concert will be held on Sunday Afternoon, April 12th at 2:00 pm. The location is Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral at 415 W 13th Street (at Broadway) in downtown Kansas City. Tickets are $20 adults; $15 students & +65; Under 12 Free and available at the Door or online at Eventbrite. For Information Call 913-403-9223 or email Mail@FestivalSingers.org
The Zimria Fesitvale Atlanta and Lynn Swanson Festival Singers, along with members of the Orchestra of the American Heartland, present Leonard Bernstein’s CHICHESTER PSALMS and a new commissioned work by Amy Thropp. The performance will be held on Tuesday evening, April 14th at 7:30 pm. The concert will be held at the Congregation Beth Shalom, located at 5303 Winters Chapel Road in Atlanta. Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for adults over 65 and students, and those under 12 are free. They can be purchased at the door or online at Eventbrite. For Information Call 678-787-9189 or email Mail@FestivalSingers.org