The Cleveland Chamber Choir provides audiences with exceptional performances of unique and diverse repertoire, blending music by living composers with six centuries of choral repertoire, and emphasizing the works of composers historically excluded from the concert hall. Since its founding in 2015, the Choir has won acclaim for inclusive programming, for partnering with community charities, and for free concerts that ensure everyone can afford to hear world-class professional choral singing. Throughout its eight seasons, the Choir has commissioned and/or given world or United States premieres of over 33 new works. Under the direction of Artistic Director Gregory Ristow, the Cleveland Chamber Choir brings together performing artists, administrators, audience members, and donors with the philosophy that choral music is a vehicle for good in the world that should be accessible and welcoming to all.
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The Cleveland Chamber Choir is available for your event, whether you are looking for a quartet or a full choir of 32, or anything in-between. Please email c[email protected] for more information and pricing.
The Cleveland Chamber Choir brings together performing artists, administrators, audience members, and donors with the philosophy that choral music is a vehicle for good in the world that should be accessible and welcoming to all. The Choir connects with our community through giving back and supporting it. Since 2019, we have given back by raising funds for and awareness of local charities at our concerts. As of June 30, we have distributed over $15,000 to charities including Ghetto Therapy, Greater Cleveland Food Bank, The Music Settlement, United Black Fund of Greater Cleveland, VA Northeast Ohio Healthcare System, and the YMCA of Greater Cleveland (to help support pandemic childcare for essential workers).