Performances

Christmas by Candlelight.
 

Christmas by Candlelight
December 5 & 8, 2019
Christ Church Easton

Beautiful music of Christmas and winter presented in a candlelit setting will jump-start the holiday season for you. A brass quintet will join Easton Choral Arts for Daniel Pinkham's exciting Christmas Cantata, an arrangement of "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" as performed by Boston's Christmas Revels and more favorites of the season. On sale now.

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ECAS High School Choral Competition
 
SAVE THE DATE!
February 29, 2020
The Third Annual
ECAS High School Choral Competition


To be held at Easton High School
$5000 in Prize Monies will be awarded.




Gems from Vienna
 

Gems from Vienna
April 16 & 19, 2020
Christ Church Easton

For the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, Easton Choral Arts will present music from "The 4 Gems of Vienna" - composers Beethoven, Mozart, Franz Joseph Haydn and Franz Schubert, all of whom did the bulk of their composing in Vienna. The concert will feature vibrant solos, piano and orchestral numbers and of course stirring choruses from such works as Mozart's Solemn Vespers, Haydn's The Creation, Beethoven's The Mount of Olives, Schubert's The Omnipotence and more.

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Past Peformances

Songs from the Heart

 

A Singable Feast
October 17 & 20, 2019
Christ Church Easton

October 17 & 20, 2019

From appetizers and ale to cakes and coffee, this concert will leave you hungry, with songs about food from the classics, Broadway and jazz. Featured will be the hilarious PDQ Bach work, "The Seasonings," written by Peter Schickele and accompanied by an unusual group of instruments. It's a tongue-in-cheek take-off on Haydn's oratorio "The Seasons". Jacque Offenbach's, "The Recipe" may entice you to bake a cake, while "Coffee in a Cardboard Cup" by the composers of Cabaret will tickle your funny bone. 
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