The New Haven Oratorio Choir began in 1963 as the Redeemer Oratorio Choir, affiliated with the Church of the Redeemer. In 1990, the choir incorporated separately as the New Haven Oratorio Choir (NHOC), so that it could more fully pursue concert performance and invite community participation. NHOC now performs secular pieces in addition to sacred choral works. NHOC has maintained a good relationship with the Church of the Redeemer and continues to rent rehearsal and performance space there, as well as occasionally collaborating with the church on music for their services.
Over the past 50 years, NHOC has collaborated with many local performers and community organizations. We regularly recruit vocal soloists and instrumentalists from the musical groups at Yale and from the Hartt School. In the last several years, we have performed in collaboration with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the Yale Symphony Orchestra, and the Elm City Girls Choir. In past seasons we performed with the Meetinghouse Chorale (a concert choir based in Milford) and we performed at the Pierpont Concert Series in North Haven.
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