St. Bart's Singers is a group of talented volunteer choral musicians with professional section leaders who are responsible for the weekly 9 am service at St. Bartholomew's Church, a nationally respected Episcopal Church on the East Side of Manhattan. The choir sings jointly with St. Bartholomew's Choir, the church's professional choir, about 10 times per year at larger festival services including A Choral Feast, the church's choral series, Advent Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve and Easter Day. The choir's repertoire ranges from chant to the Anglican masterpieces to arrangements of spirituals.
The Choir was founded in 1996 and has continued to grow both in numbers and ability since that time.
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