Press Tickets

Choral Arts reserves a limited number of press tickets for each concert. To request press tickets, please contact Choral Arts via email or phone at 202.244.3669 at least 48 hours prior to the concert. Ticket availability is not guaranteed.

Latest Press Release

THE CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON TO PRESENT 15TH ANNUAL HUMANITARIAN AWARD TO LONNIE G. BUNCH III AT LIVING THE DREAM…SINGING THE DREAM THE 30TH ANNUAL CHORAL TRIBUTE TO MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., FEBRUARY 11, 2018

Washington, DC – Lonnie G. Bunch III will receive the Choral Arts Humanitarian Award which is presented annually to an individual who embodies the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s message of nonviolent struggle for civil rights, equality and justice. Each year an extraordinary recipient is selected and honored by The Choral Arts Society […]

THE CHORAL ARTS SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON OPENS 2017-2018 SEASON WITH CLAUDIO MONTEVERDI’s VESPERS OF 1610 with THE THIRTEEN

Washington, DC – At the turn of the 17th century, composer Claudio Monteverdi had mastered the musical styles of the late Renaissance and began developing new musical techniques which evolved into the Baroque musical style. In Vespro della Beata Vergine Monteverdi brilliantly superimposes new music over traditional Gregorian chants, combines sacred music with secular styles, […]

In the News

Musica Viva NY Presents VOICES IN MOTION

Broadway World | January 17, 2018 Major conducting influences have come from [Trent Johnson’s] work with Frederik Prausnitz, Dr. David A. Weadon and Norman Scribner of the Choral Arts Society of Washington DC.”  – BWW News Desk

QUEERY: Marty Brown

Washington Blade | December 22, 2017 “As a musician, there’s always such great music to sing and play this time of year,” says Marty Brown, an alto who joined the chorus last year. “I like the chance to be a bit reflective as we head into the coldest part of the winter.” – Joey DiGuglielmo

Bisnow: Choral Arts Gala!

Bisnow | December 21, 2017 “On Monday night we headed to the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for the 37th annual Holiday Concert and Gala benefiting the Choral Arts Society of Washington! We snapped American Red Cross Chair Bonnie Hunter with…” – Travis Holler