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Welcome To Easton Choral Arts

Past Performances


A Bridge to Beyond

Thursday May 20, 2021 - 7:30pm

Artistic director Wes Lockfaw, accompanist Becky Zinser, singers from the Easton Choral Arts Society, instrumentalists including an oboist, a trumpeter, and string players will come together in a virtual concert entitled “A Bridge to Beyond”. The concert theme is based on songs of hope to help see us through the pandemic.”

Opening with “Bridge Over Troubled Water”, the repertoire includes popular songs, spirituals, gospel, Broadway and classical. A sample of songs include, “Winter’s on the Wing” from The Secret Garden, “What a Wonderful World,” “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and the rousing gospel work, “The Storm is Passing Over.”

While our format may have changed during COVID-19, we continue to strive to reach choral music lovers in our region and beyond during the pandemic.


Christmas Memories

December 10th at 7:30pm
December 13th at 4:00pm

Kickstart your Christmas season with an exciting free present from Easton Choral Arts. At this time during the pandemic, we are unable to sing for you in person, so our festive Christmas concert will share songs from our past concert treasury for your enjoyment, with a complimentary digital streaming concert. The chorus will visit memory lane with Christmas Memories featuring songs from our previous holiday shows.

You will be treated to a variety of memorable choral music from past Christmas concerts. The program will feature all-time favorite sacred pieces, including: “Christmas Fidelis”, “Prepare Ye”, “African Star Carol”, “Shepherd’s Pipe Carol”, “Little Drummer Boy” and “Arise Your Light Has Come”. In addition, secular works in the program will include: “Sleigh Ride”, “Christmas Waltz”, “We Need a Little Christmas” and “The Very Best Time of Year”.

Easton Choral Arts Society is supported in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council,
the Talbot County Arts Council and the Mid-Shore Community Foundation