The Symphony Chorus auditions singers each season with pieces selected from the upcoming season repertory, and will sometimes hold mid-season auditions as well. Though no auditions are scheduled at this time, you may contact The Chorus’s Manager, Laurie Frantz (email@example.com) to inquire about possible openings and audition procedures.
The Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra operates under a cooperative structure, where the musicians, staff, board, and management work together for the good of the entire organization. Musicians hold seven seats on The Symphony’s Board of Directors and have ultimate responsibility for the Artistic Governance of the corporation. The required repertoire list and more information will be located on this website six weeks prior to any future audition dates. Please send a resume or any questions you might have via email to The Symphony’s Personnel Manager, Nicolle Maniaci, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Symphony Chorus will fill the rafters of Santa Fe’s First Presbyterian Church with three European masses, led by Choral Director Dr. Linda Raney. Two modern French works, Duruflé’s Messe Cum Jubilio for male voices and Fauré’s Messe basse for women’s choir, are complemented by a seventeenth-century Mass in F by Monteverdi. A treble-choir setting of Magnificat by twentieth-century British composer Gerald Finzi rounds off the afternoon’s performance.
We will sing your praises when you support the Symphony Choral Arts in Santa Fe! Funds go to workshops that develop singing skills and other educational tools, enabling our singers to perform choral works at the highest level of mastery.