Welcome

The Arizona Repertory Singers is an auditioned ensemble of singers from greater Tucson. Since 1984 this choir has developed an extensive repertory and prides itself on presenting high quality performances of the standard repertoire and new music. Our community of singers, selected through a rigorous audition process, represent a variety of work life careers in business, education, engineering, information technology, law, medicine, social service, science and the arts.


2017-18 Concert Season – Mark your calendars!

The Arizona Repertory Singers’ 2017-2018 concert season will feature some extraordinary music.

Read our Program Notes to learn more about Heaven Full of Stars.
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Heaven Full of Stars

In December 2017 we will present holiday favorites, and a work known as the “Mona Lisa of Renaissance music,” Ave Maria, Virgo Serena by Josquin des Prez. In keeping with our commitment to presenting the best new choral music, we will offer the world premiere of Festival of Lights by New York composer Karen Siegel, and Stars by Eriks Esenvalds, which calls for choristers to play tuned wine glasses as they sing, creating a stunning aural effect.

7:30 p.m. Friday, December 8
Christ the King Episcopal Church
2800 W. Ina Road

3:00 p.m. Sunday, December 10
Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
2331 E. Adams Street

7:30 p.m. Friday, December 15
St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
3738 N. Old Sabino Canyon Road

3:00 p.m. Sunday, December 17
Christ Church United Methodist
655 N. Craycroft Road

Tickets
In advance: $18, At the door: $20
Purchase tickets online. Tickets are also available at the door or from an ARS member. All sales are final. Students admitted free to these concerts.

For group ticket discounts ($15 each for groups of 10 or more), email us at info@arsingers.org or call 520.792.8141.


King David

In April 2018 we will present two performances of Arthur Honegger’s unique oratorio King David with chamber orchestra, vocal soloists, and guest narrator Grayson Hirst. The range of musical styles in this work is extraordinary – Gregorian chant, early 20th century modernist dissonance, and jazz. There are theatrical elements as well, including the off-stage voice of the Witch of Endor, and the character of David sung first by a boy soprano, and later by an adult tenor.

7:30 p.m. Friday, April 27
Catalina United Methodist Church
2700 E. Speedway Blvd.

3:00 p.m. Sunday, April 29
Temple Emanu-El
225 N Country Club Rd.


Triumphs! April 2017 live performance recordings

“Christmas daybreak”
Robert Convery b. 1954