2021-2022 Season

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** unsure of how Concinnity will sound while singing in face masks?  Watch an excerpt from a recent rehearsal by clicking HERE

October Sky:  songs of comfort & hope

Sunday, October 24, 2021 at 7:00pm

Storrs Congregational Church, Storrs-Mansfield


Find comfort and hope while surrounded by lush, gorgeous choral sound at this special concert.  Featuring songs of harvest, hope, and singing by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, Undine Smith Moore, Sander Choi, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Katerina Gimon, Frank Ticheli, and more.


Vaccination, masking, and social distance are required to attend in-person (Town of Mansfield mask mandate). Singers will be masked as well.**  Tickets need to be reserved in advance ⬇️

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This concert is sponsored in part by the Alfred Nash Patterson Grant from Choral Arts New England

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There is a live-streamed option  for at-home audiences that will go to benefit the  Lift Music Fund (a non-profit created to address racial inequality in the field of music by offering grants to young underrepresented musicians). The live-stream concert will be made available through the Lift Music Fund Facebook page.  Concert viewers can support their work directly

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Concinnity by Candlelight

Saturday, December 4, 2021 at 7:00pm

Saint Ann's Episcopal Church, Old Lyme

Sunday, December 5, 2021 at 4:00pm

Location TBD

Let the luminous sound of your holiday

choral favorites sung by

Voices of Concinnity fill you with

light and warmth this season.

~ Admission information will follow soon ~

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Concinnity Vault

Saturday, January 29, 2022 at 7:00pm

St. Peters Church in Hebron

Join us for a special concert featuring choral favorites and new music chosen through the

Choral Composer Amplify Project (CCAP) 

spearheaded by Artistic Director, Sarah Kaufold

~ Admission information will follow soon ~

To submit your composition for consideration,

please visit the CCAP page linked above.

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Woven Skies Series


Woven Skies series presented and performed by Voices of Concinnity has been reimagined for the 2021-2022 concert season as three (3) separate special concert collaborations.

These three programs (outlined below) are being planned as in-person events starting in Feb. 2022***


The orbits and paths of celestial beings are intertwined and intersect, much like the woven threads of fabric.  We all look up at the same stars and rely on the gift of the same sun. In a time when we are consumed with strife in our lives, sometimes we need only to look up to be reminded of our shared humanity.


Saturday, February 26, 2022

Stars are for All Who Look Up

Voices of Concinnity will collaborate with Unitus Ensemble, Charter Oak, and an astronomer to consider the equity of STEM and outdoor and musical spaces through exploring the night sky in song and projections. Virtual pre-discussion will be included.

- more details to follow - 

Charter Oak Cultural Center, Hartford

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Saturday, April 9,  2022

The Open Heavens

Voices of Concinnity will collaborate with The Choir School of Hartford to explore the many ideas of the heavens and the celestial though singing songs from many perspectives, considering our connection with each other here on earth.

- more details to follow -

Hartford TBD


May 2022 (exact date forthcoming)

The Gift of the Same Sun

Voices of Concinnity will collaborate with Novi Cantori to contemplate the contributing factors of food equity through exploring our connection to the sun and one another by performing thoughtful choral works.  

- more details to follow -

Location TBD

***We fully anticipate these performances to be presented as long as local conditions allow.  Due to certain restrictions, some concert details are still in the works.  Thanks for your patience.

Past Performances