An Irish Spring -
Spring 2019 - Works by Mark Brymer, Elaine Hagenberg, Brendan Graham and others.
What Dreams May Come? -
Fall 2018 - Works by Ruth Morris Gray, Jacob Naverud, Daliel
Elder, Susan LaBarr, Joshua Shank, and others.
Untravelled Worlds -
Spring 2018 - Works by Paul Halley, Karl Jenkins, Lajos
Bardos, Paul Basler, and others.
An American Thanksgiving -
Fall 2017 - Selections include works by Gwyneth Walker,
Randall Stroope, Paul Basler, and others.
Love Through the Ages -
Spring 2017 - Selections include works by Henry Purell,
Thomas Morley, Joseph Hayden, P.D.Q. Bach, Cole Porter, and others.
Sehnsucht: Hope Across the Generations -
Fall 2016 - Selections include works by Johannes Brahams,
Dieterich Buxtehude, Kenny Potter, John David, and others.
Nighttime Odyssey - Spring 2016 - Musical
Selections include works by Daniel Gawthrop, Samuel Barber, Eric
Whitacre, and more.
To Music! - Fall 2015 - Featured music
by Vaughan Williams, Franz Schubert, Moses Hogan, and more
Honoring Family - Spring 2015 - Included music
by Stravinsky, Copeland, Paul Simon, Sweet Honey in the Rock,
Journeys - Fall 2014 - Selections included the
opera choruses Pilgrim's Chorus, La Passegiata, and
Va pensiero; also That Lonesome Road by James Taylor, a sweet trip to Loch Lomond, The
Heart is the Compass, Star In The East, The Road Home and a Welsh Medley.
Rhythms of Dancing - Spring 2014 - A choral
dance music with selections of Hungarian, Nigerian, Shona,
Cachucha, Shaker, American Folk, tango, and waltz, with
exhibitions by the Westbrook Dance Academy.
Martin, and John: Rejoicing in Hope - Fall 2013 - American music centered on the
150th anniversary of the Civil War, the 150th anniversary of the
Gettysburg Address, and the 50th anniversary of the assassination of
the Sea - Spring 2013 - Celebrating 30 Years of the Shoreline Chorale with
Trumpets, Chimes, and Song. Including songs by Vecchi,
Handel, Schubert, Faure, Vaughan Williams, Paulus, Chilcott,
Levine and Hogan
Voice From Poet's Pen - Fall 2012 - Featuring
Madison's own harpest, Megan Sesma. Including Night, Sleep, Death, and
the Stars by Gawthhrop, Harlem Songs by Gwyneth Walker and more.
Early Masters - Spring 2012 - Choral music by Haydn, Handel, Palestrina, di Lasso and others
Song of Canada - Fall 2011 - Featuring an authentic Fiddler
hope, faith, life, love - Spring 2011 - Featuring Faure Requiem
Collaborative performance with Celesti Sondato and Orchestra
Connecticut's Composers - Fall 2010 -
The Shoreline Chorale - Choral Composition Competition
Steven Danyew, First Prize Winner, with More than heaven to Earth
African Celebration - Spring 2010
Wine, Sacred and Secular - Fall 2009