Robert Gehrenbeck, Artistic Director

Tickets are now available for our April 28 Concert:
Come join us this Saturday, March 18, 2:30 P.M. at St. Andrew's Church (1833 Regent St. Madison) for Bach Around the Clock. 

Mark your calendars
for The Wisconsin Chamber Choir's next concerts when we will headline music of the Baroque with J.S. Bach's Magnificat, one of Bach's most popular vocal/orchestral works,  and G.F. Handel's Utrecht Te Deum, written in celebration of the end of a war of the Spanish Succession between the major powers in Europe, the Peace of Utrecht in 1713. The choir will also sing an uplifting double choir work by J.S. Bach called Fϋrchte dich nicht (Do Not Fear).
We will sing the concert in Madison at Luther Memorial Church in Madison on April 28 at 7:30 PM and repeat the performance at Young Auditorium in Whitewater as part of their annual concert series. The choir will be accompanied by our professional orchestra, Sinfonia Sacra, featuring some of southern Wisconsin's finest orchestral musicians.
Tickets will go on sale in March for the Madison concert, and are currently on sale for the Whitewater concert on-line at the Young Auditorium website.
Buy tickets now on-line:

We hope you will join us!For 18 seasons, the Madison-based Wisconsin Chamber Choir has presented thrilling, critically acclaimed performances of choral music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Artistic Director Robert Gehrenbeck leads the 50-voice choir along with Sinfonia Sacra, the WCC’s professional orchestra comprised of members of the Madison Symphony and the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra. In reviews, critics have praised the choir’s performances as “superb: beautifully balanced, precise, sonorous, and often simply thrilling.” The WCC’s recent performances of Brahms’ Requiem impressed critic John Barker as “the most meaningful performance of the work that I have ever experienced.”
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