Holy Cross Chamber Singers Explore New Musical Territory


The Holy Cross Chamber Singers perform an evening of staged opera scenes, arias, duets, and choruses in “Love and the Fyer.” The concert featured a diverse selection of operatic works from “Carmen” and “Marriage of Figaro” to choral works by Brahms and Monteverdi.



Under the direction of conductor David Harris, performers explored new musical territory. Unlike a traditional choral concert, the singers did not stand in uniform rows. Instead, the Chamber Singers moved about Brooks Concert Hall, interacting with each other and using their acting skills in an interwoven plot.

Photography by Caroline Cormier ’16

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