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Florilegium Chamber Choir

Florilegium Chamber Choir

Florilegium is a thirty-voice chamber choir comprising highly trained avocational and professional musicians dedicated to the highest level of performance. Their repertoire covers all eras of Western music, from pre-Renaissance to the newly commissioned, sung in original languages. Founded by JoAnn Rice in 1976, the choir has been the featured guest of other New York City ensembles including Continuum, the Gregg Smith Singers, the American Composers Orchestra, and the Brooklyn Philharmonic. Under the baton of JoAnn Rice, the group has performed in major New York venues including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall.

Florilegium Chamber Choir


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