Performing at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, The Collegiate Chorale is celebrating the lifetime of achievement of their
former conductor, the late Robert Bass, this December. The concert will be unforgettable as this classical vocal choir has
been making headlines for their strong vocal techniques and musical variety. The celebration will continue into 2009 as the
chorale’s dedication to celebrating, invigorating and sharing the rich vocal talents and art of classic and modern
pieces to the diverse world come to life on stage – don’t hesitate and get your The
Collegiate Chorale tickets now!
New York City’s The Collegiate Chorale has been a staple in the city’s cultural life for 60 years. Formed
in 1941 by Robert Shaw, the chorale took their name from their rehearsal space, the Marble Collegiate Church, and eventually
became known for their commitment to performing both classical and modern works. Robert Bass, the chorale’s conductor
since 1980, allowed the musical variety of the group to expand nationally by performing rare operatic works.
The recent death of the Collegiate Chorale’s long time music director Robert Bass hasn’t stopped this classic
vocal group from performing internationally recognized music flawlessly. The rest of the 2009 is dedicated to Bass’s
spirit and timeless enthusiasm for the creativity of the group. Meet up with the group in New York as they perform some of
their timeless pieces to the world by purchasing Collegiate Chorale tickets