May
7
Sat
The Spirit of Spring, introducing a world premiere by special guest Dr. Rollo Dilworth @ Quick Center for the Arts, Fairfield University
May 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Celebrated choral composer, conductor, and music educator Rollo Dilworth will be our special guest for this concert in which FCCC will premiere a new piece he has written just for us! Dr. Dilworth is renowned for his compositions and arrangements of Gospel music and spirituals, and our program will feature several of his works along with other Gospel and folk music, capturing the joy and hope of springtime.

Tickets available online starting April 1 at theklein.org 

*Note:  Tickets are sold through The Klein Memorial even though the concert is at The Quick Center.

May
21
Sat
La Boheme with Norwalk Symphony (Chamber Singers) @ Norwalk Concert Hall
May 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Jun
12
Sun
A French Connection with The Chamber Singers @ First Church Congregational
Jun 12 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

FCCC will be performing a wide range of songs from the heart of France with Gounod’s Messe Breve no.  4 in  C to New Orleans where The Saints Go Marching In…and everything in between with Mendelssohn’s How Lovely Are the Messengers, the popular Bridge Over Troubled Water, jazzy St. Louis  Blues, and Gospel Amazing Grace.  Dr. Aymeric Dupre la Tour will participate as guest organist.

Founded by Jon Noyes, and now in its 21st Season, the FCCC is a community-based choral program with 300 participants from grades 4-12.  The Chamber Singers are the most advanced choristers with multi-part harmonies, texts and techniques.  These singers perform independently and with other groups, living by their motto “Have Fun Being Awesome. Last spring they sang at the Holocaust Memorial in First Church.