2020-2021 SEASON


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Songs of Gratitude

Join Calliope’s Call artists as we celebrate our 7th season with a virtual Thanksgiving Day performance.
Please visit Virtual Thanskgiving Gala to learn how you can participate in this exciting event in support of our season!

Sunday, November 22, 2020, 7:00pm
Airing Live on our YouTube Channel

Songs of Gratitude Program

Admission: Free

Julia Scott Carey, piano
Wes Hunter, tenor
Evangelia Leontis, soprano
MaKayla M. McDonald, soprano
Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
Edward Vogel, baritone


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There is no plan(et) B

This program celebrates the earth, raising awareness of the urgent need to save our planet. Featuring music from a variety of composers and poets including two commissions by Boston-based composers Mary Montgomery Koppel and Adam Jacob Simon, as well as four winning compositions from our call for scores. Illustrating humanity’s essential and timeless connection to Mother Earth, this program is not to be missed!

Thursday, April 22, 2021, 7:00pm

A collaboration with Chase Young Gallery and artist, Kathryn Frund whose work centers on the theme of climate change.

Please visit No Plan(et) B Artwork dedicated to this performance

There is no plan(et) B Program

Livestream through Sparrow Live

Christina Wright-Ivanova, piano
Evangelia Leontis, soprano
Megan Roth, mezzo-soprano
Sonja Tengblad, soprano

Young Singer Competition in Art Song

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Deadline to Apply: April 30, 2021
Winners Announced: May 15, 2021

Young Singers will have the opportunity to compete for cash prizes and have their performance streamed on the Calliope’s Call YouTube Channel!

Applications open January 1st.


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I, Too, sing America

Our spring program, I, too, sing America, consists of musical settings of texts by Black poets. In celebration of the Black experience in America and in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, this program will give voice to under-represented perspectives during a time when these voices need to be heard. Featuring exciting new works culled from our call for scores competition alongside well-known works by beloved Black composers and writers in the art song canon.

Sunday, July 4, 2021, 4:00pm

Sunday, July 11, 2021, 4:00pm Zoom Roundtable Discussions with Composers at 5:00pm

Sunday, July 18, 2021, 4:00pm Zoom Roundtable Discussions with Composers at 5:00pm

Tickets available now

YouTube link for each performance will be provided to all ticket holders

I, Too Sing America Program

Julia Scott Carey, piano
MaKayla M. McDonald, soprano
Dana Whiteside, baritone
Charles Williamson, tenor


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