WQXR looks into the chorus in December's Sing Out features. Hear music from all types of choirs and read up about choral music in our special web features. Check back here regularly for new information all this month.

Anonymous 4's The Cherry Tree

Sunday, December 05, 2010

Should Christmas carols be dressed up in grand, festive arrangements? Or are they best simple and unadorned? For the latter approach, listen to our Album of the Week, a collection of English carols and early American songs sung by Anonymous 4.

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Amateur Choruses in New York City

Friday, October 09, 2009

New York is home to many wonderful amateur and semi-professional choral groups whose enthusiasm and accomplishment are part of the city’s lifeblood yet whose work goes largely unheralded. Here are a few of the best.

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Tongue-Tied in the Chorus

Monday, December 06, 2010

Jeff Spurgeon writes: "I’ve sung in good choirs and not-as-good choirs, in ensembles large and small, singing early music and brand-new music. I’ve been a useful chorister, and, at least one time, a completely useless one."

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Live from Trinity Church: Handel's Messiah

Monday, December 13, 2010

Trinity Church has presented Handel's Messiah every holiday season since 1770. Tonight at 7:30 pm, WQXR presents a live broadcast of the oratorio featuring the Trinity Baroque Orchestra.

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