Classical music review

Master Chorale marks a decade with four conductors leading a mixed program

 

South Florida Classical Review

The Master Chorale of South Florida threw itself a 10th birthday party over the weekend, inviting all of its previous artistic directors back to conduct a concert performed in three venues.

The choir has a lot to celebrate. Since its founding after the 2003 demise of the Florida Philharmonic, for which it was in-house vocal ensemble, the chorale has established itself by performing significant works of the classical repertoire, appearing in two seasons with the Cleveland Orchestra in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony.

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