Let’s have dinner!

Join us after the concert on May 17, 2015, to celebrate the end of the season with a dinner of summer favorites.

We’ll be feasting on a personalized menu of warm-weather delicacies in partnership with Talula’s Daily and Round Guys Brewery to celebrate our fifth anniversary. We can think of no better way to toast the successes of this year’s season and celebrate the friends and supporters who have made such work possible. All proceeds support the work of the Chestnut Street Singers and help us to keep presenting accessible, innovative concerts. Make your reservation today!

Why We Sing Together–and How You Can Help

Here’s a clip from last weekend’s Ahoy, Stranger!, featuring us singing Zoltán Kodály’s “Norvég leányok.”

Moments like these capture our favorite parts of singing together: beautiful but little-heard choral music, sung by devoted and passionate local musicians.

Ahoy, Stranger! was our tenth concert since our founding in 2010. Help us prepare for ten more by becoming a subscriber today.

Let’s have dinner!

We’re looking forward to seeing you at Ahoy, Stranger!, our concert on Sunday, June 2, and we’d love to have you join us afterwards for a celebratory dinner.

It’s our springtime tradition to have dinner with our friends and supporters after the last concert of the season, and this year we’ll be heading to Erawan for delicious Thai cuisine. Come have dinner with us!

We’re planning a special prix fixe menu, including drinks, for $25 per person. Please reserve your seat today by using the Google Checkout link below, or by emailing us at chestnutstreetsingers@gmail.com–space is limited!

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Ahoy, Stranger! Music of Travel and Adventure on June 2

Join us on Sunday, June 2 at 5 PM for the final concert of our 2012–2013 season.

To conclude this year of encounters with forces outside ourselves, we’ll feature music of travel and adventure, considering both our reasons for exploration and the experiences we bring home. The concert includes works by Robert Schumann (1810–1856), Zoltán Kodály (1882–1967), Robert Shaw (1916–1999) and Alice Parker (1925–), and Philadelphia’s own David Ludwig (1974–).

We’ll be celebrating the end of the season by dining around the corner at Erawan after the concert. Email chestnutstreetsingers@gmail.com to reserve your seat.

The performance will take place at the First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia at 2125 Chestnut Street. Donations accepted.