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Grades 3 - 8
Chorus Caritas in Concert
Our mission is to create beautiful choral music and to support charities who do the work of disciples - caring for "the least of these."
Sunday, August 25
Friday, June 21
Also visit: Music
Concert General Admission Tickets will be available at the door.
Friday, December 14
Rehearsals Tuesday evenings
September through June
There are occasional changes/exceptions, communicated ahead of time.
What are we looking for?
- A pleasant voice (doesn't have to be fantastic, just able to carry a tune and match pitch)
- A good attitude
- A desire to be of service helping the community to worship Jesus Christ
- Willingness to commit to the schedule
- Previous experience, music reading, playing an instrument - these are all nice but not required
Also visit: Music Ministry
Rehearsals Thursday evenings
Auditions are held for voice placement and/or solo opportunities. For an audition, please contact:
Liturgy & Music Minister
Friday, July 20
Chorus Caritas presents
"Even the sparrow finds a home... "
Ariel Ramirez Misa Criolla
Shawn Kirchner/Pablo Neruda Tu Sangre en la Mía and Tu Voz
arr. John Bell The Peace of the Earth / La Paz de la Tierra (Guatemalan)
arr. Kent Carlson La Noche Esta Serena
Jean Berger Brazilian Psalm
arr. Stephen Paulus The Road Home
Tomas Luis da Victoria Ave Maria
from California Missions Dios te Salve Maria
Chorus Caritas is a collaborative choral project by conductors James Drollinger and Dominic MacAller, featuring singers from Padre Serra and St. Charles, joined by Mary Lee Mistretta, piano and harpsichord; Daniel Delgado, guitar; Mike Velasquez, bass; and Al Velasquez, percussion.
Sunday, November 12, 2017
Musical salve for a fractured world
James Drollinger and Dominic MacAller
Mary Lee Mistretta, accompanist
Saturday, September 9
Sunday, September 10
Be part of the healing!
We welcome additional donations to Catholic Charities USA for Hurricane Harvey Disaster Relief.
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