Skylark Ensemble – On Christmas Night
Sylark Ensemble will perform in the Stowe Community Church on Tuesday, December 12 at 7:00 pm. The program is entitled, “On Christmas Night.” Celebrate your holiday season with a new signature Skylark Christmas concert. Skylark voices, featuring seasonal favorites and evocative choral settings, will shepherd you into the magic and mystery of Christmas.
December 12th, 2023 | 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm (Doors open at 6:30 pm) – Tickets will be available at the door!
A $3.00 per ticket fee will be added to your order.
All sales are final. No refunds. No exchanges.
Stowe Community Church
137 Main Street
Skylark, “the cream of the American crop” (BBC Radio 3), is a premier vocal ensemble of leading American vocal soloists, chamber musicians, and music educators. Skylark’s dramatic performances have been described as “gripping” (The Times of London), “exquisite…thrilling” (Gramophone Magazine), and “awe-inspiring” (Boston Music Intelligencer). With “some of Boston’s best singers” (Boston Globe), the voices of Skylark “can sway you softly into calm and then all but throw you across the room with sheer harmonic force” (Thought Catalog).
Skylark strives to set the standard for innovative and engaging programs that re-define the choral experience for audiences and singers alike. Artistic Director Matthew Guard’s well-researched and creative programs have been described as “engrossing” (WQXR New York) and “original, stimulating, and beautiful” (BBC Radio 3). Skylark’s most recent three recordings all reached the top 10 of Billboard’s Traditional Classical Chart, earning praise for “imaginative” programming (Limelight Australia) and “singing of the highest standard for any area or any repertoire” (Classics Today).
Since its founding in 2011 in Atlanta and Boston, Skylark has branched out to perform its dynamic programs in museums, concert halls, and churches across the United States. Skylark made its international debut in March 2018 at St. John’s Smith Square, London, as part of the UK choir Tenebrae’s Holy Week Festival. The Times of London declared that Skylark was “the highlight” of a festival that included some of the UK’s leading choirs, including The Tallis Scholars, Polyphony, Tenebrae, and the Gabrieli Consort.