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For years Ars Choralis has used its concert platform to speak for unity and peace among people. In this moment, with our musical voice silenced by a pandemic, we must use the pen and songs from past performances to express...

At the close of a recent PBS broadcast, Yo-Yo Ma played the familiar theme from Dvořák’s New World Symphony. I was in tears. Yo-Yo Ma understands that in this world fraught with confusion and fear, our souls need nourishment and...

Chorus member Nancy Howell created this video for Ars Choralis while in lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic. Music by Elliot A. Levine based on E.E. Cummings poem - “i thank You God” Video: themarkofnancy.com   ...

Last September we imagined our 55th season drawing to a close performing Gabriel Fauré’s beloved Requiem in the serenity of the Maverick woodland. We could not have imagined announcing that the concert would be canceled due to a pandemic. Sadly,...

You may have attended Ars Choralis concerts of words and music in the past. Each of them had a particular purpose: healing after 9/11, solace after the 2014 tsunami, help for victims of Hurricane Katrina and the Haiti earthquake.

And now,...

In April 2020, Ars Choralis and soprano Lily Arbisser had planned to perform Annelies, James Whitbourn’s beautiful setting of words from Anne Frank’s diary, in honor of Yom HaShoah. The concert may have been canceled, but we have not forgotten...

Ars Choralis regrets to announce that our performances of Annelies, scheduled for April 18 and 19, have been canceled. The beautiful setting of excerpts from Anne Frank’s diary has been an inspiration to those of us rehearsing it. We are...

Ars Choralis will present a fundraiser concert in its “Artist Within” series on Sat., Feb. 1 (snow date: Feb. 8) at 8 pm. The Sheeley House, a B&B in High Falls. The concert showcases “Frets, Keys & Pipes,” the duo...

We All Come from Somewhere New Year’s Eve at 6 p.m. – Old Dutch Church, 272 Wall St., Kingston A New Year’s celebration of the rich diversity of the American people through music of Neil Diamond, Pete Seeger, Woody Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen and...