Heritage Chorale concert programs reflect the versatility, depth, and range of our repertoire. From well-known liturgical works and oratorios to contemporary interpretations and seasonal arrangements, the Chorale’s concerts meet the highest standards of performance. Concerts are accompanied by professional orchestra and soloists, brass ensemble, piano, organ, or small instrumental ensembles. Some concerts are performed in collaboration with local orchestras.
Recent seasons have included an early work by Mozart, the Mahler Symphony No. 2 with the New Philharmonia Orchestra, Beethoven’s Fantasia in C minor for Piano, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 80, Daniel Pinkham’s Christmas Cantata, madrigals, spirituals, and American folk songs. The Chorale has sung in many languages, including English, Latin, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Czech, Russian, Hungarian, and Hebrew.
The annual Pops Concert fundraiser is an opportunity for the Chorale to sing lighter songs in solo and choral arrangements, from Broadway musicals to the American songbook. Each year’s program is organized around a theme.