Bring your PASSION. Share your VOICE. Feel the HEAT!
It was fun, more challenging than anything I have ever sung. It was nice to have a break from my regular job and think about something different!
Want to sing a major work with orchestra?
Looking to meet people with the same musical interests as you?
Want to round out your summer with a fulfilling artistic experience?
Look no further!
Join SummerSing 2018 Today!
The Nuts & Bolts:
A ten-day choral festival, in which participants from around the city are invited to sing in a performance of great choral repertoire.
The musicians of Collegium Cincinnati, a surprise cast of guests soloists, and YOU!
July 18-27, 2018
Christ Church Cathedral
318 East Fourth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Have a Question?
Send an email to our help line: summersing[at]collegiumcincinnati.org
or call: (513) 428-BACH (2224)
2019 SummerSing Opportunities
Voices come alive during the most exciting music-making week of the summer! Collegium Cincinnati invites singers of all ages and abilities to join in putting together masterworks of choral repertoire.
SummerSing Chamber Choir
Dr. Megan Boyd, Conductor
July 18 - 21, 2019
Megan Boyd, Director of Choral Activities at Xavier University, will lead a chamber choir of up to 24 singers in a program entitled, "From Her Perspective," a program with texts by and about powerful and influential women. Join this powerful and influential woman as she makes her Collegium Cincinnati debut with this stunning program.
SummerSing Masterworks Choir
Dr. Michael Ciavaglia, Conductor
July 21-27, 2019
Antonio Vivaldi: GLORIA
John Rutter: REQUIEM
Don’t miss this opportunity to sing two of the most popular pieces of choral music in today’s repertoire; there's a reason people love to sing this music! Led by conductor Michael Ciavaglia in his Collegium Cincinnati debut, you will enjoy the opportunity to sing with the fantastic soloists and orchestra of Collegium Cincinnati.
No audition is necessary for this experience.
Support for SummerSing comes from the following generous sources: