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Lafayette Chamber Singers
Lafayette, IN 47901
webmaster@lafayettechambersingers.org
www.lafayettechambersingers.org/
Description
Organized in 1972 by Clayton Lein, the Lafayette Chamber Singers is a semiprofessional group that records and performs in Greater Lafayette and throughout central Indiana. The 16-member ensemble offers audiences music from a wide variety of traditions and a span of ten centuries, ranging from pieces long hidden in archives to unpublished contemporary works.
Background
Among the group's many musical credits are performances at the celebrated Unity Temple Concert Series in Chicago, participation in the prestigious Presenter Touring Program of the Indiana Arts Commission and a concert for the Indiana Chapter of the American Choral Directors' Association. The singers also have appeared with the Amernet String Quartet, the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra, the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra, and in conjunction with Opera de Lafayette.
Services Offered
  • Commission Works
  • Education presentations to schools, community organizations
  • Performances
Availability
In a typical season, the Chamber Singers will perform three regular, advertised concerts in the Lafayette area. If you have an interest or proposal outside that scope, please contact us directly. Because of the varied responsibilities of the 16+ members of the group, scheduling additional full-group events can require meticulous planning.
Contact Information
webmaster@lafayettechambersingers.org

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