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

 

Want to hear more from St. Charles Singers?  Listen to WFMT 98.7fm on Monday, September 26th in the 3:00pm hour when Kerry Frumkin will be playing Book 2 of our Aaron Copland, "Old American Songs" CD (recorded with the Elgin Symphony). Click here to listen live: http://www.wfmt.com/listen/ 

  • 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.

  • CFFRV Provides Grant to SCS

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

  • Watch the SING! 2013 Video

    Click here to see the SING! video.

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Announcing St. Charles Singers' 33rd Season. 

Mozart XI: Mannheim and Beyond

St. Charles Singers takes the eleventh step in the Mozart Journey, a seventeen concert undertaking to perform and record the known volume of Mozart’s sacred choral compositions. This performance features Kyrie in E Flat Major, K. 322, a short work from Mozart’s Mannheim years; Litaniae de venerabili altaris sacramento, K. 243, an early work from Salzburg and Missa in C major, K.337, a more mature work from 1780.         

Mozart XI is now in the history books.  If you were not able to join us please read this review from Jeffery Pierce of the The Elgin Review.  Many thanks to our loyal patrons for your continuing support.  Join us now for Candlelight Carols.

Candlelight Carols  -  St. Charles Singers annual and well- loved welcome to the holiday season.  

12/02/16     * Baker Memorial United Methodist Church     7:30 pm
12/03/16        Fourth Presbyterian Church, 126 E. Chestnut Street, Chicago, IL   7:30 pm
12/04/16     * Baker Memorial United Methodist Church   3:00 pm (SOLD OUT)

American Reflections  Music that reflects upon and speaks to the American spirit.

St. Charles Singers presents the music of a variety of American composers including Walden Pond by Dominick Argento and works from other great American composers, Randall Thompson, Robert Shaw, Alice Parker, Morten Lauridsen and many others. 

06/03/17     *Baker Memorial United Methodist Church     7:30 pm
06/04/17       Grace Lutheran Church, 7300 Division Street, River Forest, IL 3:00 pm 

* Baker Church is located at 307 Cedar Avenue, St. Charles, IL

And to enjoy more of the varied repertoire of St. Charles Singers why not purchase a copy of Bushes and Briars our newest release.  This recording features 25 folk songs from the British Isles and the U.S.  You can hear samples as well.

Subscription sales for our 33rd season are now available.  Save on the regular price of admission by purchasing a season ticket.  Click here for more details. 

 

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For more information about the program click here.

 
SCS performs Bushes & Briars 
St. Charles Singers perform Book 2 of Bushes & Briars Concert
 
The "choir boys" of St. Charles Singers.
 
Jeffrey Hunt
Music Director Jeffrey Hunt prepares the choir.