Selected from the full MOS chorus and performing a diverse, constantly changing repertoire, the 40-voice Kaleidoscope ensemble is known for its polished presentation of vocal music ranging from Gregorian chant to 20th century compositions; from opera to vocal jazz; and from classical masterpieces to Broadway hits.True to its name, Kaleidoscope performs a concert of songs spanning many musical styles and eras, all focused on the theme of "beginnings" or "endings."
The program will include Morgen! (Richard Strauss), The Silver Swan (Orlando Gibbons), City Called Heaven (spiritual, arranged by Poelinitz), Lux Aeterna (Edward Elgar) and the title song Alpha and Omega (James MacMillan), among others. Visit mosingers.com to view the full list of concert repertoire.
Since its inception in 1989, The Michael O'Neal Singers organization has established itself as one of the premier symphonic choruses in the Southeastern United States. Composed of a full choir of over 155 auditioned voices and the 40-member Kaleidoscope ensemble, MOS offers choral presentations of artistic merit and programmatic variety. MOS annually presents a 5-program concert series, community Messiah Sing-Along, and a non-auditioned Summer Singers program.