Cambridge Chanmber Singers.
Audition Information

Buy your tickets now!

Saturday, June 6, 2015, at 8:00 PM
Church of the Covenant
67 Newbury Street, Boston, MA

Sunday, June 7, 2015, at 7:00 PM
Trinity Parish of Newton Centre
11 Homer Street, Newton Centre

$25 General admission
$20 Students/seniors
For more information call: 617-527-2191

Tickets and dates

For Fun

Over the years, the Cambridge Chamber Singers has brought you little-known Renaissance masterworks, significant world premieres, Oxford commas, and sensitive interpretations of less-often performed classics.

Not this time. 

This program is For Fun. 

For the first time ever, and probably the last, you can enjoy...
Musico-erotic pairings of Lasso’s Matona mia cara and
    Porter’s Let’s Do It;
Daring political incorrectness of
    Offenbach’s Neighbors’ Chorus and
    Sullivan’s  I am the very model of a modern major general;
Mozart’s Overture to the Marriage of Figaro, à la Swingle.

The crowning event of the concert will be Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, a cappella. Really.

I know.  You don’t believe all this.  You will have to be there to believe it.  There’s more, but you wouldn’t believe that, either.

To donate by mail, send a check to:
Cambridge Chamber Singers, Inc.
P.O. Box 600527
Newtonville, MA 02460

Our generous friends and supporters help the Cambridge Chamber Singers keep up the living tradition of fine choral music. Thanks! Your tax-deductible gift makes a difference!    
Performance Information.
Notable Performances

CCS Performs at the Kennedy Center For MacDowell Centennial

In honor of the MacDowell Colony Centennial and the corresponding exhibit at the Library of Congress (A Place for the Arts), the Cambridge Madrigal Singers (now known as the Cambridge Chamber Singers) presented an a cappella choral concert of 100 years of music by MacDowell Colony composers at the Kennedy Centerís Millenium Stage on July 14, 2007. Click here to view the performance.


About CMS.

About CCS

Cambridge Chamber Singers (CCS, formerly known as Cambridge Madrigal Singers), now in its 32nd season, offers exciting and eclectic concert programs to connect audiences in Greater Boston with the best in choral music, from traditional masters to talented new composers.

The group's name was changed from Cambridge Madrigal Singers to Cambridge Chamber Singers at the end of 2007, to better reflect the music that the group performs.

Under Musical Director Dr. Raymond Fahrner, CCS seeks out innovative programming and creative collaborations. CCS sponsors the annual Composition Competition, a popular contest for composers from around the world, and premieres the winning composition each Spring. More...