Chorus Angelorum invites you to participate in its 9th Choral Workshop on June 21-24. It will be held at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Walsingham and will feature world-famous clinician Simon Carrington.
Begun in 2001, the workshops have brought together singers throughout the central Texas region to learn the works of great composers of the Tudor period such as Byrd, Tallis, Tompkins and others.
Throughout the four days, singers will learn sacred music chosen from various English composers and eras from the last 500 years. The workshop culminates with a Solemn Evensong. Don't miss this opportunity to sing under the direction of one of the world's most esteemed choral conductors.
Click this link for a workshop brochure. You can register online below.
Dr. Jeong-Suk Bae serves as Professor of Organ at the University of St. Thomas in Houston and holds organist positions at the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart in Downtown Houston and St. Peter’s United Methodist Church in Katy. She earned her DMA in Organ Performance at the University of Houston, studying organ and harpsichord with Dr. Robert Bates and Dr. Matthew Dirst. She performs as solo organist and collaborative keyboardist throughout the greater Houston area and beyond. Recent performances include collaborations with University of St. Thomas Singers, Blinn College Choir, Chorus Angelorum, Texas Camerata, Houston Cecilia Chamber Choir, and Houston Choral Society. As soloist, she has appeared on several national and local organ recital series and in June 2016 was a featured performer in the Bayoubüchlein Concert presented as part of the American Guild of Organists National Convention in Houston.
Dr. Carrington has enjoyed a long and distinguished career in music as a professional singer, double bass player, conductor and educator, both in his native UK and here in the United States. Many in the United States will recognize the name and unique sound of the internationally-acclaimed vocal ensemble King’s Singers, a group that Dr. Carrington co-founded and directed for over 25 years. Musicians across the globe have long sought to learn from Dr. Carrington and to sing under his direction. He moved to the United States in 1994 to begin his university teaching career first at the University of Kansas, followed by New England Conservatory of Music (Boston) and Yale University. Dr. Carrington continues his relationship with Yale serving as professor emeritus and director of the Norfolk summer choral program.
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You can also support Chorus Angelorum by either donating to the Scholarship Fund or — if you are unable to attend — just making a donation.
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