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The Gainesville Civic Chorus

Upcoming Performances


Music in the Time of Leonardo

 Summer Sing 

August 9, 7:30 pm

Join us under the direction of Dr. Cory Alexander as we explore the music that Leonardo da Vinci  would have heard during his life in northern Italy.  Marking the 500th year since Leonardo’s death, we will  explore music by Leonardo’s contemporaries and  compare it with music by composers of our own time.

(And if you are interested in singing with us, check out the  Summer Sing section on our About Us page for rehearsal dates and time.)


In Celebration of Alexander von Humboldt Earth's Natural Systems

October 6, 2019 - Philips Center for the Performing Arts

7:30 pm

 Thank you for attending our concerts this part season. We are already begun rehearsing for our next  concert this coming fall, celebrating the life of Alexander von Humboldt, one of the preeminent scientists of his day. An explorer, geographer, and naturalist, he is recognized as one of the most significant contributors to the earth sciences.   

Please join us as we celebrate with the University of Florida Natural History Museum the life of this extraordinary man.

Future Concert Schedule - 2019-2020

October, 2019 - Von Humboldt / Earth's Natural Systems - UF  Philips Center

December, 2019 - Sounds of the Season - UF Phillips Center

February, 2020 - Music with a Latin Flair

April, 2020 - Beethoven 250th Birthday Celebration

October, 2020 - Beethoven's 9th Symphony

Most Recent Performances

March 2019

 The Dawn of Spirit & Light

 The  Gainesville Master Chorale, accompanied by orchestra and guest soloist Nate Pence, presented works from two  of the most popular composers of our time, Dan Forrest and John  Rutter.  Dan Forrest’s  Lux: The Dawn From On High (2018) was a beautiful work exploring  various facets of Light (Lux) in texts ranging for ancient scripture to modern secular love poetry. John  Rutter’s Feel the Spirit (2001) presented  a set of seven well-known African-American spiritual arrangements,  indicative of the musical style of George Gershwin.

December 2018

The Gainesville Master Chorale was pleased to again join with the  UF Concert Choir and the UF Symphony Orchestra in presenting the annual Sounds of the Season holiday concert.
The 2018 concert was a celebration of 200 years of Silent Night.
The performance was aired live on WUFT-TV.  Click below for a link to the concert.

Concert Recording


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Gainesville Civic Chorus

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​Gainesville, FL 32627-5205

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