|Boston Choral Ensemble is a chamber choir that seeks to enrich the choral art through innovative programming, artistic excellence, and creative collaboration. For the past eleven years, BCE has been dedicated to performing a wide range of repertoire with stylistic integrity, promoting new music, and educating its audience and singers. We are an auditioned choir of 36-40 mixed voices under the direction of Andrew Shenton. Boston Choral Ensemble is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Click here to learn more about BCE, including our mission, history and affiliations.|
NEWS & EVENTS
Thanks to everyone who attended our Rose Songs concerts at the Gordon Chapel, Copley Square. We especially hoped you liked our preview of Joby Talbot’s Leon from his Path of Miracles. BCE will perform Path of Miracles in its entirety next season.
We hope you will join us for our last concert of the season, an encore of our Deplorations concert, presented as part of the Boston Early Music Fringe Festival. You won’t want to miss Tallis’s phenomenal and rarely performed 40-part motet, Spem in alium. Tickets are now available!
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