2018 - 2019 SEASON
Choral Chameleon is proud to be one of the many participating choirs in this large-scale public work taking place on the HighLine Park 3-7 October featuring 1000 singers. There are 5 performances, tickets are free, but registration is essential, because audience entrance will be timed in order to control numbers.
Registrations for tickets are fully booked, but please check via the ticket link below for instructions on how to keep informed on any new releases of tickets.
Click here for The Mile Long Opera Registration Page on Eventbrite
"Co-created by architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, with words and lyrics by acclaimed poets Anne Carson and Claudia Rankine, The Mile-Long Opera: a biography of 7 o’clock is an ambitious, collective, free choral work that shares personal stories from hundreds of New Yorkers about life in our rapidly changing city..." For more information go to: milelongopera.com
Tues Oct 9th at 7.30pm
Further dates/locations tba
St Barts (chapel)
325 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Choral Chameleon's 10-voice Ensemble takes you on a whimsical journey through the magic of choral storytelling.
Program features World Premiere by Dale Trumbore, 'Footnotes to a History of Music', set to a text by poet Kristina Marie Darling.
Harnessing powerful commentary in the style of the Greek chorus, combined with the beauty and empathy of human singing, this unique performance will narrate rich life stories, of both a sacred and a secular ilk, through the lenses of composers from across five centuries, iincluding: Mateo Fletxa el Viejo, Josquin des Prez, The Beatles, and others, including a new arrangement by Michelle Coladonato of 'The Gambler' by the band Fun.
Presented by MMPAF
'Great Music at St Barts' Series
Tickets: $25, Student/Senior $15
By Phone: 212-378-0248
By Fax: 212-378-0281
In Person: 325 Park Ave at 51st St
Sat November 17 at 8pm
Sun November 18 at 7pm
551 Grand Street
New York, NY 10002
East and West collide in this evening-length fusion of New York jazz and Japanese traditional culture, by composer and jazz pianist, Eri Yamamoto.
Choral Chameleon's 40+ voice Chorus will sing while performing an obon dance in a circular formation, propelled by Yamamoto's jazz trio.
In the spirit of the obon, usually danced by an entire community in a public place, the entire audience will be taught the dance and will be invited to join the circle.
Featuring Eri Yamamoto Trio:
$35 Door/$30 Advance
Sat April 27 at 8pm
Sun April 28 time tbd
To Be confirmed
Choral Chameleon's 40+ voice Chorus explores the possibilities of secular work for organ and choir.
Featuring Nathan Taylor, organ
Includes 3 World Premieres by:
Tickets will be available when venue(s) have been confirmed.
Fri June 28 at 8pm
one night only!
St Paul's Episcopal Church
199 Carroll Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
An evening packed full of brand-new work, completed in the previous 7 days by composers encouraged to take risks
No tickets required.