The passion and mission of St Charles Singers continues to be the performance, promotion, and preservation of the finest choral music. Whether it be Medieval chant, Mozart’s chamber music, or the latest from living composers, we are committed to providing an opportunity for you, your friends, and your family to experience the wonder and grace of that music. Read more...


NEWS And events


  • Fox Valley Community Grant

    St Charles Singers is pleased to announce receipt of a grant from the Community Foundation of Fox River Valley.  Read the press release here.

  • Thanks to our Corporate Sponsors

    Thank you to Alphagraphics, Graham's Chocolates, Townhouse Books & Cafe, Bob Roger's Travel, Palmer Foundation, Gaylord Donnelly Foundation, The Richard Dreyhaus Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Illinois Arts Council, and the St Charles Visitor's Bureau for their generous support this season.

  • Watch performance videos

    See videos from the final performances of Sing! as well as the Mozart Journey here.

  • Watch the SING! 2013 Video

    Click here to see the SING! video.


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A grant from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation








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Bushes & Briars concerts are now history, but
you can still enjoy the entire concert by ordering the

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Thanks for a great 2014-2015 season!

Jeff Hunt and the Singers preparing for Bushes & Briars

At both concerts the Singers will performed a modern folk tune
as well, "I Don't Know Where I Stand" by Joni Mitchell, arranged
by Artist in Residence, Nathaniel Adams.