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Welcome To Easton Choral Arts

The Easton Choral Arts Society in collaboration with the Chester River Chorale is thrilled to launch the official release of our first professional music video, "Wheels of a Dream". This project was a joint effort to create a meaningful creative experience for our singers and a beautiful performance for our audiences. We hope you enjoy this wonderful work and its poignant message.



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AUDITIONS

Easton Choral Arts Announces AUDITIONS for the
ECAS Choral Scholars Program

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JOB OPPORTUNITY

Easton Choral Arts Society
JOB OPPORTUNITY

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Upcoming Performances

Home for the Holidays
 

Home for the Holidays
Thursday December 7, 2023 • 7:30 pm
Sunday December 10, 2023 • 4:00 pm

Easton Choral Arts Society presents its 2023 Holiday Concert, "Home for the Holidays". Travel through the United States as this program takes the audience through a festive stylistic journey from Southern gospel to Midwestern folk to the Northeastern crooners and West Coast Hollywood flare. Even the islands from both the Atlantic and Pacific (Puerto Rico, Hawaii and more) will share their Christmas spirit. The program also features glorious works celebrating the sacred miracles of Hanukkah, the cultural principles of Kwanzaa, and the traditional sacred melodies of Christmas.

The chorus will sing the world premiere of the song "Santa Lucia”. Composed  by ECAS' Artistic Director, Alexis Renee Ward, it was influenced by the traditional "Festival of Lights" which was first observed along the banks of the Delaware River in the 1600s by settlers in New Sweden. Accompanying the chorus will be a professional guest instrumental ensemble of piano, percussion, and strings.

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