Pacific Chorale can be heard on many professional recordings, both self-produced and in collaboration with Pacific Symphony. Browse the selections below to sample the range and variety of our choral artistry over the years.

William Bolcom: Canciones de Lorca; Prometheus (2015)

Championed by pianist Jeffrey Biegel, who performs here with Pacific Chorale and Pacific Symphony, Bolcom’s Prometheus sets the poetry of Lord Byron for piano, chorus, and orchestra. Carl St.Clair conducts.

The Radio Hour (2015)

A lonely woman named Nora turns on her radio one evening and discovers something magical in composer Jake Heggie and librettist Gene Scheer’s whimsical choral opera, co-commissioned and premiered by Pacific Chorale. The recording also features acclaimed mezzo-soprano Susan Graham in Heggie’s settings of texts by Emily Dickinson and Amy Lowell.

American Voices (2014)

Music by American composers, including Dale Warland, Morten Lauridsen, Eric Whitacre, Norman Dello Joio and John Muehleisen, plus the premiere recordings of three winning selections from Pacific Chorale’s Young Composers Competition.

Richard Danielpour: Toward a Season of Peace (2014)

Drawing on sacred texts in Hebrew, Arabic and Farsi, Persian American composer Danielpour’s oratorio illustrates a transition through forgiveness from a state of war and destruction into one of peace. Featuring soprano Hila Plitmann, with Carl St. Clair conducting.