Season 34 – Save the Dates!


Kantorei is busy building our upcoming concert season. We’ll update this space with complete details shortly. In the meantime, save the following dates to hear exquisite choral artistry and emotion-filled singing:

Audience Appreciation Concert & Reception

This kickoff to our 34th season is our love-letter to YOU, our beloved audience. The program previews the entire season, including works you’ll hear at the Annual Advent and Spring concerts in May 2022, “Let’s Dance!” This year, the Audience Appreciation concert will showcase the premiere of “Two Dickinson Poems” by composer Jonathan Posthuma and three movements from Johannes Brahms’ incomparable “Liebeslieder Waltzes.” The emotions of singing for an audience for the first time in 20 months are sure to be palpable. Come and soak up the love, dear audience!

  • November 6th – 7pm
    Normandale Lutheran Church
    6100 W Frontage Rd, Edina, MN 55436

Annual Advent Concerts – “What are YOU Waiting For?”

Bring your joy, your troubles, your complications, and your expectations to this family program about all we are waiting for during Advent. Some are waiting for hope, some are waiting for Christ to come, and we’re all waiting for this pandemic to be over. Join Kantorei, a string quintet, and guitarist Brian Dowdy in carol sing-alongs and some of the most exquisite choral music of the season.

  • December 11th – 1pm
    Chapel of Saint Thomas Aquinas
    University of St. Thomas
    2115 Summit Ave, St. Paul, MN 55115
  • December 12th – 4pm
    Sts. Luke & James Episcopal Church
    4557 Colfax Ave. S, Mpls, MN 55419
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Instead of ticket fees, as a way to welcome you back, all performances this season are “Pay What You Wish” pricing. Kantorei’s costs for each performance range from $20-35 per person, but we encourage you to make the decision for yourself, based on your family’s wishes. More information on “Pay What You Wish” coming soon…in the meantime, consider a donation in lieu of ticket sales. Click here to Donate.