Chorale San Miguel is presenting concerts in large choral format, principally Masses, Oratorios, a cappella works, and choral and orchestral compositions from four centuries. Our venue is the historic Tercera Orden in the San Francisco convent complex, dating from the early 17th century, with excellent acoustics for choral music.
The Chorale is comprised of a core group of 32 auditioned singers, of whom a significant portion are professional singers, joining forces with talented area volunteer choral singers.
Auditions will be held periodically to augment the size of the chorus according to programming and performance needs for future concerts.
The Chorale draws on local and regional participants, including orchestra musicians from regional professional orchestras in Guanajuato and Queretaro.
Artistic Director is Malcolm Halliday, with conducting roles shared with Mauro Ledesma.
Chorale San Miguel has purchased a historic 1875 pipe organ, for Tercera Orden.
The organ is being relocated from Massachusetts to San Miguel, and will serve as
a concert instrument, recital instrument including participation in San Miguel Organ Festival, and for general use in the Tercera Orden Chapel.
We welcome public participation to fund this exciting project, which adds an important instrument for San Miguel´s musical life.
PATRONS AND BENEFACTORS
For Patron and Benefactor donations, make U.S., Candian, or Mexican checks payable to Chorale San Miguel, A.C. Checks or cash can be delivered to Blvd. de la Conspiración Suite 61-A (EVOS building), next to Chrysler dealership highway to Queretaro, or deliver to Boletocity in the Mercado Sano.
Tax deductible donations for U.S. can be made through the San Miguel Community Foundation (SMCF), contact: www.sanmiguelcommunityfoundation.org (via Paypal, credit card, or check).
Please advise Chorale when you make a donation for proper credit.
Chorale San Miguel email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
"Click on the video of the performance of Mozart Requiem November 2, 2019"
Dies Irae Encore.
"Click on the video of the performance of Handel's Messiah December 22, 2019"