Although our season was interrupted by the pandemic, our Vocális singers were hard at work entertaining from home. If you missed these on social media, we are pleased to post them here. We hope you enjoy getting to know these talented singers a bit more personally, as they share their unique voices.
We look forward to seeing you all as soon as possible!
Vocális Chamber Choir Director, James Burritt shares a favorite song from Bernstein’s musical, “On The Town”.
Vocális soprano Kate Bassett shares a positive message from home and sings “You’ve Got A Friend”.
Too cute for words! Vocális alto Amelia Scinta, and her son Stuart! Future Vocális member? Enjoy!
Vocális soprano Erin Ayer brings a little happiness from home, singing “For Good” from the musical Wicked.
Vocális alto Caroline Mallonee plays her original composition, “Prospect”. We are so fortunate to have such a talented composer as a member of the choir!
Vocális soprano Claudia Brown sings Dvorak’s “Song to the Moon”, from the opera Rusalka. Claudia is a multi-talented singer and choral conductor. She heads the choral program and teaches voice at the University at Buffalo. So glad to have her voice in the choir!
Vocális alto Maria Parker sings “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, from the musical Carousel by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
Vocális alto Alex McArthur shares her incredibly diverse talent. A deeply versatile voice, Alex excels in classical, musical theater and jazz. One of Buffalo’s best regarded jazz singer’s, we are thrilled to have her as a member of Vocális.
Paul Waara, Vocális tenor, sings from his heart from his home.
Vocális alto Dan Yox performs four parts of “If Ye Love Me” by Thomas Tallis.
Vocális soprano Patricia Hills presents John Duke’s art song “Loveliest of Trees.” Patricia is one of the original members of Vocális. One of the nicest people you will ever meet, we are so grateful for her talent and dedication!