This program is supported in part by a grant from the Boston Cultural Council, a local agency which is funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture.
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Sharing the joy of music through passionate collaboration between singers and instrumentalists.
Audiences benefit from collaboration between instrumentalists and singers, resulting in deeper understanding and performance of the music
Providing excellent music to the community of Greater Boston via a new, more inclusive method of rehearsal and performance
Capitalizing on the power of music to contribute toward social improvement via one benefit concert each season for an organization whose mission is reflected in our programming for that performance
Cultivating high school artists and their supporters for the future through our mentoring scholarship program
—Julia O'Toole, Artistic Director
Kathy Koniuto Memorial Chair Recipient:
Colleen Martin, alto
Gail MacDonald Memorial Chair Recipient (2015-16):
Thank you to everyone who attended our September 12 performance of Antonio and Amadeus, our February 6 2016 performance of "Pasticcio!", and "Tapas: Small Plates of Beautiful Music" April 24. We hope to see you again in September!
Calliope's upcoming season:
Celebrating Calliope's Tenth Anniversary
Program includes Mozart's oratorio, "Davide Penitente" K. 469
Saturday, September 10 7:30 PM @ First Church 66 Marlborough St., Boston Click hereto purchase tickets