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Share in the celebration!

We invite you to join us for Baltimore Choral Arts Society's exciting 2016-17 season, highlighted by beautiful and inspiring works of the choral repertoire and a salute to Tom Hall.

This season opens with Love & Destiny: From Brahms to Edgar Allan Poe featuring Brahms' Schicksalslied and Jonathan Leshnoff's Dark Bells, a piece inspired by the poems of Edgar Allan Poe. The Baltimore Basilica will be filled with the festive sounds of Christmas with Choral Arts to begin the holiday season. The season concludes with Tom Hall's Farewell Concert.

Back by popular demand, Tom Hall will again lead the Chorus, Orchestra, and the audience in Sing-Along Messiah.  And for the young and young at heart, there's Christmas for Kids, a family holiday celebration featuring a new story, Pepito the Clown, and a visit from Santa.

Experience the thrill of this acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning Chorus, joined by a great orchestra and world-class guest artists.  Be inspired, and let the power of many voices move you!

Join us as a subscriber and you'll receive a free ticket to Sing-Along Messiah for every subscription you purchase!



Baltimore Choral Arts is grateful for the support of The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, creator of the Baker Artist Awards,


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Free Community Sing

Friday, October 07, 2016
7:00 PM •

The Baltimore Choral Arts Society, in collaboration with The Open Church of Maryland, will present the 3rd annual Free Community Sing. A wonderful night filled with spirituals and gospel music. There is no experience required; singers of every level are welcome. Music Director Tom Hall and Baltimore Choral Arts, Music Director Marco Merrick and the Community Concert Choir of Baltimore, along with our inspiring guest conductor, Michele Fowlin, invite you to join us for an evening of fellowship and music!

The voices rang out with resplendent confidence, and the sopranos had no apparent difficulty reaching the cruel and challenging high B's in the piece. The chorus's performance was the best part of the concert….the thunderous power of this unique masterpiece never fails to stir the blood, and the ovation was loud, long and well deserved.

— On Beethoven's Ninth with the Baltimore Symphony 2012
The Washington Post

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