Choirs at Atonement
The Atonement Choir
The Atonement Choir is composed of professional singers and auditioned volunteers. This choir draws its repertoire from renaissance polyphony through 21st century compositions and includes works with organ and orchestra. The season runs from October 1 through the Feast of Corpus Christi.
The Schola is a twelve-voice professional chamber ensemble that provides music for mass weekly throughout the program year. The Schola draws its repertoire from the Roman and Anglican traditions, including historical masterpieces sung in the context for which they were written and music by 20th and 21st century composers written for the church.
St. Cecilia Choir
The St. Cecilia Choir is Atonement's parish choir and is open to all members of the church, as well as the community at large. The focus of this ensemble's ministry is Evensong on Sunday and Wednesday, which includes singing the canticles and an anthem from the cathedral tradition. They also sing the weekday choral masses during the program year and sing at the 11:00 Mass during the summer. All are welcome. During the program year, this choir rehearses on Wednesday evenings and in the summer, rehearsals are held Sunday morning beginning at 9:45 a.m.