The Brandywine Singers are celebrating their 21st Concert Season and tenth under the direction of Jonathan Kreamer. Since its beginnings in 1993, under the leadership of founder Professor Emerita Lois Williams, the ensemble has presented annual winter and spring concerts of sacred and secular repertoire to audiences in the Delaware Valley. Join us this year for a fantastic season of choral music and diverse events, including a concert with the Immaculata Symphony and more!
The group’s repertoire includes: Duruflé Requiem; Fauré Requiem; Handel Messiah; Vivaldi Gloria and Beatus Vir; Schubert Mass in G; Brahms Liebeslieder-Walzer; Vaughn Williams Five Mystical Songs; Finzi In Terra Pax and Magnificat; Daniel Pinkham Christmas Cantata; Britten Ceremony of Carols and Hymn to St. Cecilia, Mozart Coronation Mass (K 317), Regina Coeli (K 276), and Requiem (K 626); and the Randall Thompson Alleluia; as well as the Bach Magnificat in D and Orff’s Carmina Burana which we presented during our 2008-2009 season and again during the spring of 2013. Please see our 2013-2014 Season page for this year’s highlights and schedule!