Job Opening!

The Fairfield County Chorale seeks an Operations Manager with the following qualifications: Come join our dynamic choral organization!  The Fairfield County Chorale, Inc. (“FCC” or “Chorale”) is currently seeking applicants for the role of FCC Operations Manager. The FCC Operations Manager will execute the administrative functions of the Chorale in a manner which assures both […]

Elijah May 19, 2019

Join the FCC as we wrap up our 2018-2019 season with Felix Mendelssohn’s iconic 1846 masterpiece. Widows, queens, priests, prophets, and an angel — Elijah’s vivid biblical narrative has all the drama of an opera.  Don’t miss this chance to hear Mendelssohn’s Romantic-era take on the Baroque oratorio. Bringing these characters to life are soloists […]

A Choral Journey

Join the FCC on a journey through time and across the globe. Our midwinter concert focuses on the beauty of the human voice with minimal instrumentation, featuring a centerpiece work by Italian composer Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Romancero Gitano, based on a series of poems by Federico García Lorca. Plus works from Giovanni Palestrina, Francis Poulenc, Felix […]

Coming up! MISATANGO
Holiday music from unexpected sources

The centerpiece of our upcoming holiday concert is a stunning piece from contemporary Argentinian composer Martín Palmeri, Misa a Buenos Aires. Also known simply as Misatango, it combines the unique rhythms, harmonies and melodies of the Argentinian Tango with the traditional liturgical text of the Catholic mass. Rounding out this colorful program is Gabriel Fauré’s stirring […]

September Sing 2018!

Medieval drinking songs, prophets, priests, widows, and an angel — all in an afternoon. Join the FCC for a fun, relaxed read-through of selections from two opposite poles of the choral repertoire: Mendelssohn’s oratorio Elijah and Orff’s raucous Carmina Burana. FCC music director David Rosenmeyer shares insight into each piece as he leads singers in […]

Join us next season!

Our upcoming season really does have something for everyone — from Carl Orff’s raucous Carmina Burana (with the acclaimed New Haven Symphony Orchestra to kick off Maestro Boughton’s final season in New Haven), to Mendelssohn’s iconic Elijah, and everything in between. We hope you’ll join us! Details and tickets here.

WSHU Interview

Kate Remington from WSHU interviewed our music director David Rosenmeyer on the unique challenges of performing the B minor. Take a listen!  

Coming Up!
j.s. bach • mass in b minor
saturday, may 12 at 7:30pm

We conclude our 55th season with J.S. Bach’s sacred masterwork, Mass in B Minor. His towering masterpiece will take you through mighty fugues, delicate duets, and poetic choruses and arias. A performance of the B Minor is a transformative experience — don’t miss this memorable evening! Tickets here.


Pianist/arranger David Rosenmeyer and singer Malena Dayen

New Aires Tango — A benefit concert

Join us on a musical journey from Argentina through Brazil and Cuba to Mexico in a unique collaboration of tango singer Malena Dayen and pianist/arranger (and FCC music director) David Rosenmeyer. Enjoy Latin American food and sip cocktails while bidding in a silent auction throughout the evening — all to benefit the chorale! Saturday, April 21 at […]


Photo ©1967, 2018 Lawrence Fried

Coming up!

We’re a month away from the second concert of our 2018 season — our celebration of Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday, coming up on March 10. We’ve been hard at work rehearsing Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, a challenging piece performed entirely in Hebrew, along with selections from his 1956 operetta, Candide. Rounding out the evening’s program are […]