Announcing our 2017-2018 Season!

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The Holiday Concert

Madrigalia presents its annual, expansive interpretation of the December holidays, with works of Hanukkah, Christmas, celebrations both secular and sacred, meditations on the darkness of the winter solstice, and words of hope.

With the Bach Children’s Chorus, Karla Krogstad, Founder and Director. 

December 8 - 7:30PM

The Clover Center for Arts & Spirituality
1101 Clover Street, Rochester

December 9 - 7:30PM

First Presbyterian Church
21 Church Street, Pittsford

December 10 - 4:00PM

Bethany Presbyterian Church
3000 Dewey Avenue, Greece


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Singing Our Losses, Singing Our Strengths

We explore the many types of loss that humans experience, and the strengths with which we meet our challenges. Loss of loved ones to death, war, stillbirth, Alzheimer’s, drug addiction; the loss of homeland, of culture, of freedom.

The result will be a collective sigh of shared experience, and of the hope engendered by the resilience of the human spirit. 

March 2 & 3 - 7:30PM

The Clover Center for Arts & Spirituality
1101 Clover Street, Rochester

March 4 - 4:00PM

St. Luke Episcopal Church
14 State Street, Brockport


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Earthkeeping

Earthkeeping addresses environmental issues by attending to environmental concerns in a spirit of love and concern for the object of our care: our planet, our home, the Earth.

Madrigalia addresses one of the most pressing issues of our day with works that not only sing of the preciousness and amazing range of our earth, but also its fragility and precarious future. 

May 11 & 12 - 7:30PM

Asbury First United Methodist Church
1040 East Avenue, Rochester