Below are some YouTube videos of recent Philharmonic Chorus performances. You can find more on the Concerts page. Check out the links to the right for more information about the Philharmonic Chorus, our history, our Director, Pat Gorman, our support of local high school choral students, how you can join us, and how you can support us.
The Philharmonic Chorus has a long tradition of singing music from eastern Europe and Russia. For the 2012 Tudor Dinners we sang an old favorite, Chesnikov's "Salvation is Created" in Russian.
The history of choral music was singularly influence by Robert Shaw, often in collaboration with Alice Parker. Their arrangements and compositions are known to every singer of choral music in North America. This is their arrangment, a favorite at the 2012 Tudor Dinners, of "Good King Wenceslas."
The Chorus sang a fairly new "O Magnum Mysterium" by European composer Ivo Antognini which is quite lovely in its simplicity.