Our Next Concert:
The New England Premiere of Tim Sharp’s new Christmas Cantata, this multi-movement piece has a truly American sound. Songs and carols come primarily from the Appalachian shape-note tradition but also include some Moravian and Celtic songs, all accompanied by bluegrass instrumentation.
December 18, 2022 at 4:00pm
at St. Mary of the Hills
29 St Marys Rd, Milton, MA
Watch our March concert here:
Music from the Screen
A multi-sensory featuring epic scores from television, movies, and video games.
Originally performed on March 13, 2022
Check out our past concerts here:
A Nordic Winter
A program that examines the holiday season through the eyes of Norwegian composers. It is rounded out and book-ended by traditional carols and string orchestra selections by the father of Norwegian music, Edward Greig, and his contemporary John S Svendsen.
Originally performed December, 2018
This concert highlights American composer Morten Lauridsen’s Mid-Winter Songs, a collection of stunning music filled with rich text and lush harmonies. Around this collection are holiday carols from around the world, both new and old, and snow themed favorites.
Originally performed December, 2017
Bach and Mendelssohn
Bach’s Cantata for an Easter Monday. Mendelssohn’s Psalm 42, and Hear My Prayer.
Originally performed May, 2017
Getting to Know QCS
Enjoy an eclectic mix of music as you get to know the Quincy Choral Society.
Originally performed March, 2017