Virtual Performances

And So It Goes

Arcadia Chorale performs Bob Chilcott's arrangement of "And So It Goes" by Billy Joel. Written in 1983, this emotional ballad – which many proclaim as Joel's best work – was written about a doomed relationship. In the lyrics, however, Joel speaks of opening his heart to the love and loss we all may experience during any transition in life. This project was made in partnership with Carl Shinko of Longfooter Productions.

Live In Concert: The Wexford Carol

Arcadia Chorale performs Elaine Hagenberg's beautiful setting of the Wexford Carol at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Scranton as part of our 2021 Christmas Concert program.

O Nata Lux

O Nata Lux is the third and central movement from Lux Aeterna, a larger five movement work composed by Morten Lauridsen written after the passing of his mother. Arcadia Chorale released this recording during the winter months, but Lauridsen's music is soothing at any time of year. This project was made in partnership with Carl Shinko of Longfooter Productions.

Live in Concert: Angelus ad pastores ait

Like many Renaissance and early Baroque composers, Hassler composed a setting of this text depicting angels announcing the birth of Jesus to the shepherds. The Chorale performed this piece at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Scranton as part of our 2021 Christmas Concert program.

How Can I Keep from Singing?

Randall Stroope's stunning arrangement of Robert Lowry's original hymn tune is rich, joyous, and also quietly reflective. Throughout the pandemic, the Chorale found safe ways to keep “singing, singing, singing,” including this project, made in partnership with Carl Shinko of Longfooter Productions.

Video Postcard: My Spirit Sang All Day

The Chorale released this video postcard, featuring Finzi's "My Spirit Sang All Day," in Fall 2020 to give our supporters a little bit of choral music as the world tried to manage the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Since no in-person singing was allowed, we pulled audio from our CD, Love Songs, which we had prepared under the direction of our late Music Director, Dr. Steven Thomas.