Consonare Choral Community is a non-profiit arts organization that works to build community through choral music by sponsoring a number of choirs, professional and community ensembles, in northeastern Connecticut.
Saturday, April 1, 2023 - Community Ensembles
First Church of Mansfield
We are the Stories Being Composed is a special performance that takes us on a journey of how are stories are passed through song then and now. Featuring our Choir Matrix and Consonare Youth Choir, including special guest Beck 'n Call.
Saturday, April 29, 2023 - Voices of Concinnity
St. Bernard Church in Vernon
MOVED is an interactive and immersive performance to explore how music can move our emotions and allow us to feel. Featuring our professional ensemble, Voices of Concinnity and stunning choral works from cathedral classics to jazz, folk, and more.
For more information about each performance, please click the photo box above.
Our Choral Ensembles
Our Community Choirs
These choirs are open to all in the community with no audition.
A soprano-alto choir focusing on healthy vocal technique and exploring music by historically excluded composers.
A vibrant group opportunity for youth singers to practice healthy vocal technique and collaboration.
A community choir open to all in the community with a mission to collaborate with other music ensembles.
Sing with Us!
Connect with Us Online
We have increased our online social media and video presence the last two years to ensure that we can connect to all in our community.
We shared music videos of past song recordings on our YouTube channel for all to watch for free. Our videos have been enjoyed in 45 countries around the world!
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A great place for regular updates on all performances and events:
We share photos and short videos here:
For Voices of Concinnity dedicated news:
Facebook page for Voices of Concinnity
Twitter for Concinnity only
TikTok - short videos featuring Concinnity
Thank you to all of our donors! We rely on donations from our generous singers, audience members, and supporters in the community. If you would like to donate, please visit our support page.