Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester

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  • Exit Hwy 52 on Civic Center Drive; proceed east to the 11th Avenue intersection. Turn left and go to the intersection with 14th Street. Turn right and Assisi Heights will be on your immediate left.

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  • Year round. Mon-Fri. 9am to 1pm

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  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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Events

  1. 30th Anniversary Gala Concert

    1001 14th St NW
    Rochester, MN 55901
    Call: (507) 252-8427

    Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester will close out its year of celebration with a concert of singer, audience and conductor favorites in Lourdes Chapel at Assisi Heights. Music ranging from Renaissance polyphony to the premiere of a new work by up and coming Minnesota composer Jake Runestad will demonstrate choral music's power to inspire, comfort, and connect. A dessert reception will follow Saturday’s performance.

  2. Bach: B Minor Mass

    1001 14th St NW
    Rochester, MN 55901
    Call: (507) 252-8427

    Johann Sebastian Bach, laboring in near-obscurity in Leipzig, churning out music at a weekly, feverish pace for a number of years, was also mindful of the larger picture. He was driven to create and compile several summation statements of his musical vision, including "The Art of the Fugue" and the "Well-Tempered Clavier". Another example is his astounding "B Minor Mass", a spiritual and musical monument that has inspired audiences and influenced virtually all other composers for centuries. Choral Arts Ensemble, expanded to Symphonic Chorus dimension, will employ superb Baroque vocalists and a hand-picked professional orchestra to bring this masterpiece to life.

  3. Choral Arts Ensemble's Christmas at Assisi

    1001 14th St. NW
    Rochester, MN 55901
    Call: (507) 252-8427

    Choral Arts Ensemble will celebrate 30 years of Christmas at Assisi by performing the Christmas portion of Handel's great masterpiece "Messiah" with professional soloists and orchestra. We will include the "Hallelujah Chorus" for a closing flourish. We'll also hear the newest Lloyd Ketterling Christmas Carol commission, written by stellar young composer Eric William Barnum, and the Honors Concert Choir will join us to perform buoyant and blessed seasonal music. The audience will also get a chance to sing along, and then listen to "Stille Nacht" by candlelight.

  4. The Food of Love: Shakespeare and his songs

    4950 31st Ave NW
    Rochester, MN 55901
    Call: (507) 252-8427

    Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester is presenting a concert with the Great River Shakespeare Festival players, both in Rochester and in Winona. One of the many astonishing aspects of the Shakespeare canon is the numerous and wonderful song-lyrics that are imbedded in his plays. Blow, blow, thou winter wind, O Mistress Mine, It was a lover and his lass, Come away, death, Under the greenwood tree, and many more lyrics were written by Shakespeare to be sung during the performance. These texts have inspired countless composers for centuries, and we'll pick some of the best-loved of these melodies to sing, while the actors will stage some of the most familiar and powerful scenes. 7:30 pm Saturday, November 8, at Rochester Covenant Church.

  5. The Food of Love: Shakespeare and his songs

    259 Wabasha Street
    Winona, MN 55987
    Call: (507) 252-8427

    Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester is presenting a concert with the Great River Shakespeare Festival players, both in Rochester and in Winona. One of the many astonishing aspects of the Shakespeare canon is the numerous and wonderful song-lyrics that are imbedded in his plays. Blow, blow, thou winter wind, O Mistress Mine, It was a lover and his lass, Come away, death, Under the greenwood tree, and many more lyrics were written by Shakespeare to be sung during the performance. These texts have inspired countless composers for centuries, and we'll pick some of the best-loved of these melodies to sing, while the actors will stage some of the most familiar and powerful scenes.

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