Qualified ensembles participating in the OCTAVO SERIES will collaborate with nationally-recognized guest conductors and other choirs from across the United States to perform an exciting repertoire. A distinctive variety of six shorter works are selected for performance at home preceding life-changing experiences during your residency.

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2018 performance opportunities

FEBRUARY 23-26  •  Amanda Quist & James Jordan • David Geffen Hall • New York City
MARCH 3-6  •  Lee Nelson • Carnegie Hall • New York City
MARCH 13-16  • Jeffery Redding • Carnegie Hall • New York City
MARCH 17-20  •  Jeffrey Benson • Alice Tully Hall • New York City
MARCH 17-20  •  Jefferson Johnson • Alice Tully Hall • New York City
MARCH 17-20  •  René Clausen • Grace Cathedral • San Francisco
MARCH 24-27  •  Brandon Johnson • Carnegie Hall • New York City
APRIL 7-10  •  Z. Randall Stroope • Carnegie Hall • New York City
APRIL 7-10  •  Andrew Last • Carnegie Hall • New York City
APRIL 14-17  •  Andrea Ramsey • The National Cathedral • Washington, D.C.
APRIL 14-17  •  Julie Yu & Joshua Oppenheim • The National Cathedral • Washington, D.C.
APRIL 20-23  •  Jo-Michael Scheibe • Carnegie Hall • New York City
APRIL 27-30  •  Sandra Peter & Tim Peter • Carnegie Hall • New York City
APRIL 27-30  • Bruce Rogers • Carnegie Hall • New York City
MAY 4-7  • Eugene Rogers • Orchestra Hall • Chicago
MAY 4-7  •  Rick Bjella • Orchestra Hall • Chicago
MAY 25-28  •  Jamie Spillane • Alice Tully Hall • New York City
MAY 25-28  •  Heather Buchanan • Alice Tully Hall • New York City
JUNE 9-12  • Z. Randall Stroope • Carnegie Hall • New York City
JUNE 16-19  • Beth Holmes & Brad Holmes • Carnegie Hall • New York City
JUNE 16-19  • Sandra Snow & Jonathan Reed • The Kennedy Center Washington, D.C.