Praised by both The Washington Post and The Baltimore Sun ― which noted the group’s “gorgeous tonal balance” ― Chamber Choir Carmina is devoted to exploring the diverse musical styles of the Middles Ages through the Baroque. The group has performed regularly in the Washington area since its founding in 1998, making appearances at such venues as the National Gallery of Art, the National Cathedral, the National Presbyterian Church, Anderson House, and the German Embassy.
Area choral directors nominated Carmina in 2013 for the Choralis Foundation’s annual Greater Washington Choral Excellence “Ovation” Award for Best Specialty Group, in the category of Early Music.
Sister instrumental ensemble Illuminare will accompany in a concert of choral music of the seventeenth century.
Join us for a wine and cheese reception following the concert.