HAILSTORK, HOLIDAY, & A LITTLE HALLELUJAH DECEMBER 12th at 4:00PM • Norwalk Concert Hall • Norwalk, CT Join Fairfield County Chorale and tenor Anthony P. McGlaun this upcoming holiday season as we gather together for the first time since March 2020 to offer our holiday favorites – some old, some new, some unexpected. With so […]
On March 3, 2020 Deborah Harper Bono was enjoying her weekly rehearsal with the Fairfield County Chorale. A tenor — a systems analyst by day — said he’d been following Johns Hopkins’ COVID dashboard, and was worried. The Chorale was planning a trip to Italy in May; that country was already hit hard. Five days later […]
Listen to WSHU’s Kate Remington interview Maestro David Rosenmeyer about our Vivaldi’s Gloria virtual concert. Listen here
In December 2020, FCC reached an audience of over 3,000 across five continents with its stunning and layered digital performance “FCC Presents, Gifts”. We are thrilled to bring Vivialdi’s “Gloria” to life on screen this April 2021.
Blending tantalizing visual textures and manipulations of the camera with the vibrance of Vivaldi’s composition and elements of contemporary music, FCC’s GLORIA is a visual and auditory celebration of joy and the promise of tomorrow.
Featuring the talents of David Rosenmeyer (FCC Music Director and Conductor), Malena Dayen (Mezzo-Soprano), Troy Ogilvie (Choreographer), Rodrigo Aranjuelo (Video Designer), and the 100+ voices and faces of the Fairfield County Chorale.
We will be offering this special online event for FREE, but request a reservation is made to gain access to this event. Please click on the Buy Ticket button to Register.
Join the FCC for Giving Day. 2021 will be our 7th year participating in this wonderful event and we need your help! Every year, the competition is quite fierce and we have been quite successful in winning prizes because of your generosity. Please join us on February 25th for this year’s Giving Day to help […]
In honor of this Season of Lights, join the 100-member Fairfield County Chorale for a unique online streaming event — FCC Presents, Gifts — offering an artistic and meaningful exploration of choral music in a digital setting with a truly global reach.
In an era dominated by zoom calls and social distancing, the Fairfield County Chorale offers a unique and innovative digital choral production that explores the boundaries of what online performances can be. FCC Presents, Gifts weaves together technology, animation, Mendelssohn, cutting edge video design, Bach, dance, visual art mediums, and Mozart into one highly curated online holiday performance. FCC Presents, Gifts showcases the successful integration of creativity, community, and collaboration in fulfilling the deepest promise of online performance.
We will be offering this special online event for FREE, but request a reservation is made to gain access to this event.
Have you been missing the opportunity to sing with a group? Has your voice been begging for a chance to strut its stuff? The Fairfield County Chorale is OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Join us online as we kick off our Pandemic season Sunday, September 13th from 4-5pm. Free Admission: join us via zoom. Please RSVP to […]
Dear members and friends of the Fairfield County Chorale, I am proud and honored to have been elected President of the Fairfield County Chorale, succeeding Ricky Davis, who served with extraordinary dedication, commitment and devotion for the past seven years. I am proud to be working with Deb Harper Bono and Bill Hooks as executive […]
Dear Fairfield County Chorale Supporter, These last few months have brought unprecedented difficulty, and inspired creativity, to the world as it faces the global pandemic of COVID-19. We are always grateful to our supporters and especially now, as we navigate these uncertain times. Particular thanks go to our front-line and essential workers who are doing […]
For their celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday this year, the Fairfield County Chorale is performing one of his most famous works, the Emperor Piano Concerto with soloist Ilya Yakushev, and one of Beethoven’s least known sacred works on Saturday, March 7 at the Norwalk Concert Hall. Kate Remington talks with Artistic Director David Rosenmeyer about what makes each of […]
Announcing our 2021/22 Season
A Celebration of Adolphus Hailstork plus Holiday Favorites
Sunday, December 12, 2021
Cabaniss Three Sabbaths
Saturday, March 26, 2022
A Rare, Complete Performance
Saturday, May 14, 2022More info
This is the second time I’ve heard FCC perform Carmina Burana, and last evening certainly lived up to my memory of how well it was performed the last time. It is such a difficult piece rhythmically that I am impressed with the ease with which FCC went through it. In my opinion, there is nothing better than a wonderful night of great music to start the holiday season, so thank you so much!