Special guests explore the collaborative relationship between pianist and vocalist while powerfully tracing the development of African American Art Songs and Spirituals.
Join the Conservatory Choir, Shenandoah Chorus and Shenandoah Voices for a dynamic evening of music spanning a variety of choral traditions.
Benjamin Britten’s 1960 A Midsummer Night's Dream, which features a libretto adapted by Peter Pears, harnesses the Bard’s exceptional storytelling with Britten’s expressive and atmospheric harmonies.
ShenCoLAB culminates with a daylong Festival of Arts, Ideas & Exploration featuring a wide variety of exciting, innovative and provocative performances, presentations and other special events.
The arts run amok during Shenandoah Conservatory’s Inside/Out open house when we throw open the doors to our venues, set up outdoor stages and let you curate your own performance experience.
The Conservatory Choir kicks off its season, welcoming the ensemble’s new director Richard W. Robbins in a program featuring a lush variety of classic and modern choral selections.
Special guests Suzanne DuPlantis and Laura Ward join faculty and students to curate and produce an intimate evening of art song, while exploring the collaborative relationship between pianist and vocalist.
Caged Birds is an immersive exploration and meditation on identity through the lens of composers who have pushed the boundaries of classical music in recent years.
Join the choral ensembles for an evening of traditional holiday favorites and selections from around the world.