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Youth Choral Festival

Featuring selections from the Chorale’s 2019 Youth Choral Festival, an inspiring intergenerational event with performances by the nearly 200 voices of the Susquehanna Children’s, Youth, and Young Women’s Chorales, and the Susquehanna Chorale. Students representing 52 area school districts as well as home-schooled children are involved in our educational choirs.

Candlelight Christmas

Usher in the holiday season in your favorite way, while embracing the beautiful Christmas messages of hope, peace, and joy once again. The concert features two new pieces performed virtually by the choir members: Dan Forrest’s arrangement of “The First Noel,” and “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” by John Rutter. Also featuring selections from past Christmas concerts, a sing-along carol for viewers, and the traditional finale of Malcolm Sargent’s exquisite setting of “Silent Night.”

To enjoy the concerts, click on the links on the homepage or under the "Performances/Tickets" section of the website.

Special thanks to the following donors for making the virtual concerts possible!

Cross Keys Village in New Oxford, Anne M. and Philip H. Glatfelter III Family Foundation, Howard E. Heckler, Josiah W. and Bessie H. Kline Foundation, McCormick Family Foundation, The Presser Foundation, Renew Cumberland County Relief Block Grant Program, United Service Foundation, Inc., and University Music Service.

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Thank you to everyone who supported the Susquehanna Chorale on #GivingTuesday! Your gift helped us to reach our goal, and fulfill a generous matching grant.

The Susquehanna Chorale's mission of "enriching lives through song" remains more relevant than ever. Your support will enable us to keep providing much needed messages of hope, peace, and joy to our community during this extraordinary time.

We are pleased to announce that the Susquehanna Chorale has been awarded a 2020 American Prize!

The American Prize recognizes and rewards the best performers, ensembles and composers in the United States. The Chorale tied for second place in the “Community Chorus” Division of this prestigious national competition.

“More than ever, we need to encourage our artists, for they are the soul of a great nation,” according to the American Prize organizers. “Artists have the power to bring joy and understanding, peace and contentment to others.”

The Chorale was awarded this year’s prize based on select pieces submitted from our Sing Me to Heaven and Roots & Wings recordings.

Please join us in celebrating this award! We could not fulfill our mission of “Enriching lives through song” with the continued support of our patrons.

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