Introducing CpM@Home

It sure has been quiet around here. While we miss seeing our members and preparing stellar performances to share with you, we are glad to be practicing proper social distancing and playing our part in “flattening the curve.” To stay in touch, Chorus pro Musica is introducing a weekly series, CpM@Home. Our members and leadership are crafting content to keep us connected to great choral music, as well as to one another. CpM@Home will offer an array of curated choral playlists (made available on Spotify), CpM history vignettes, and ingenious (not to mention wildly talented) members who are keeping us all entertained. So find a moment whenever you can and check in with CpM. We hope you and yours are healthy, and we look forward to seeing you again soon.

Enjoy some of CpM’s classic recordings

CpM’s own Sophie Crafts’ “Everything’s Closed”
a 2020 rewrite of “Anything Goes” 

Join us in singing Bach’s St. John Passion this Friday


At 9 AM this Friday, April 10, a reimagined St. John Passion will be live-streamed from Bach’s Leipzig church. The Leipzig Bach Festival stages a unique concert project involving 2020 festival musicians and Bach lovers worldwide. Read more details here, tune in on Facebook Live, and sing along using this music from Carus.