The Brandywine Singers is a non-profit choral ensemble based in West Chester, Pennsylvania under the direction of Jonathan Kreamer. Established in 1993 by retired West Chester University professor Lois Williams, the organization strives to to facilitate greater access to quality choral programs, and provide an avenue for young musicians to make the transition from student to professional musician.

The ensemble regularly partners with other music organizations, such as Tempesta di Mare Baroque Orchestra, The Chester County Pops, The Brandywine Ballet, The Ocean City Pops, The Immaculata Symphony, and West Chester University to present concerts of varied works.

The Brandywine Symphonic Chorale is a branch of The Brandywine Singers organization, and is devoted specifically to the presentation of larger works from the choral canon. The chorale is non-auditioned and open to all members of our community who share our love of music. Rehearsals for Symphonic Chorale occur every Tuesday evening in West Chester from 7:30 to 9:00 pm beginning September 20th. Please contact us for more information.

 


Repertoire:
Copland In The Beginning
Durufle Requiem
Faure Requiem
Handel Messiah
Handel Judas Maccabeus
Vivaldi Gloria
Schubert Mass in G
Brahms Liebeslieder-Walzer
Vaughn Williams Dona Nobis Pacem
Daniel Pinkham Christmas Cantata
Britten Hymn to St. Cecilia
Mozart Coronation Mass (K 317), Regina Coeli (K 276), and Requiem (K 626)
Randall Thompson Peaceable Kingdom
Bach Magnificat in D
Orff Carmina Burana
Liszt Missa Choralis
Samuel Barber, Agnus Dei, Reincarnations