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Houston Chamber Choir

Founded in 1995 by Artistic Director Robert Simpson, the Houston Chamber Choir is the recipient of Chorus America’s Margaret Hillis Award for Choral Excellence and the American Prize, Professional Choir Division. The choir’s travels have taken them on tour in the United States and Mexico. They made their New York City debut at Trinity Church Wall Street on a tour that included a concert and masterclass at Yale University.

At home as 'one of the jewels of the city’s cultural scene' (Houston Chronicle), the Houston Chamber Choir has commissioned works from leading composers, including noted jazz bassist Christian McBride, David Ashley White, Dominick DiOrio, Jocelyn Hagen, and Christopher Theofanidis. Previous recordings include Psalmi ad Vesperas (1694) ('This is one recording that Baroque music lovers will need to have in their collection' Fanfare), Ravishingly Russian ('Ravishing is right' Gramophone, 'The singing is top-of-the-line' American Record Guide) and Soft blink of amber light ('This release is an unabashed winner on every count, and deserves to be part of your music collection; urgently recommended' Fanfare Magazine).

The choir’s collaboration with Grammy Award-winning artist Kim Kashkashian and Da Camera Houston resulted in the release of Rothko Chapel: Morton Feldman, Erik Satie, John Cage, a collaboration produced by Grammy Award-winner Judith Sherman (one of the 'Best Classical Recordings of 2015', according to The Chicago Tribune).


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