MEET OUR CONDUCTOR
The Atlanta Singers welcome
Dr. David Morrow
as their new director.
NEWS and SCHEDULE
Friday, April 25th, 2014
Sunday, May 4th, 2014
Peachtree Road UMC
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Ordering Our Recordings
Our new CD is here!
My Spirit Sang
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The Atlanta Singers Welcome You!
"A truly splendid choir." American Record Guide
"Anyone who has ever sung in a choir will sit in wonder. These guys are money." Atlanta Journal Constitution
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The Atlanta Singers are a professional vocal ensemble known for their innovative programming and engaging performance style. Now in their 36th season, the Singers have developed a reputation for excellence in the performance of a wide range of choral repertoire ranging from Renaissance sacred masterworks to Twentieth Century music. Comprised of some of the region's finest soloists who are dedicated to the art of small-ensemble choral singing, the Atlanta Singers are frequently heard on Performance Today. And their latest recordings, My Spirit Sang and Deep River, have met with critical acclaim.
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This little concert could well be the musical highlight of the whole holiday season in Atlanta, just in terms of the pure joy for the listener. And as for technique, anyone who has ever sung in a choir will sit in wonder. These guys are money. Atlanta Journal Constitution
Intricate, classical harmonies perfectly sung by this talented ensemble. Primarily A Cappella
Deep River is an exhilarating all-American collection.... It is as good a tribute to the work of Moses Hogan as any I've heard. American Record Guide
Tonight's concert evoked humanity's highest aspirations. Clear, noble voices rushed at me like a river, the notes washing over me like a waterfall. Often impossible to distinguish individual voices, they blended so well. Transcendent and wonder-inspiring. Reid Laurens
There seems to be nothing of which the Atlanta Singers are incapable in the way of expressive chromatic changes, and sudden improvisation-like iterations that cast light on a vital line in a text. Phil Muse
Beautifully molded lines pitched to perfection...the variety of voices was surprising; the balance here is superlative. The Post and Courier, Charleston
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