Sage Singers, directed by Michael Musial, in concert in December 2014
singing Respighi's "Laud to the Nativity"
The Sage Singers, founded by Michael Musial in the fall of 1995, is a 75-voice chorus consisting of Russell Sage College students and New York Capital Region community members presenting performances of a wide and varied repertory of choral music. The chorus has gained a reputation for performing challenging programs, stretching the boundaries for both performer and audience alike.
The choir presents two concerts each year, one in December and one in April, and is also featured in the annual Victorian Stroll Christmas concert at the historic Troy Savings Bank Music Hall.
Based at the historic Russell Sage College Campus in Troy, NY, the choir offers area singers a unique opportunity to perform choral literature extending from intimate chamber pieces of the Renaissance to larger scale dramatic works for soloists, chorus and orchestra.
20th Anniversary Spring Concert
Sunday, May 1, 2016, 3:00 pm
Friday, May 6, 2016, 8:00 pm
|Rehearsals for our Spring 2016 season started on January 20th.
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|Published in mid-2013, Requiem for the Living offers a fresh and inspiring perspective on life, love, loss and renewal. Quickly becoming Dan Forrest’s best-known and much-acclaimed work, this "Requiem” has already been performed across the U.S. and multiple times at Carnegie Hall. You can view a performance of it on YouTube.|