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Sharing the joy of music through passionate
collaboration between singers and instrumentalists.

Audiences benefit from collaboration between instrumentalists and singers, resulting in deeper understanding and performance of the music

  • Providing excellent music to the community of Greater Boston via a new, more inclusive method of rehearsal and performance
  • Capitalizing on the power of music to contribute toward social improvement via one benefit concert each season for an organization whose mission is reflected in our programming for that performance
  • Cultivating high school artists and their supporters for the future through our mentoring scholarship program

—Julia O'Toole, Artistic Director


Memorial Chairs

Kathy Koniuto
Memorial Chair Recipient:

Colleen Martin, alto

Gail MacDonald
Memorial Chair Recipient (2015-16): 

Laura Hansen, soprano


Auditions

To schedule an audition email moreinfo@calliopemusic.org


 Calliope Rehearsals are 
Tuesday evenings, 7-9:30 pm
(June-Sept & Nov-Feb)
at Emmanuel Church, 
15 Newbury Street, Boston


Ensemble-in-Residence

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Calliope's upcoming concert:
Tapas - Small plates of beautiful music
Sunday, April 24

4 PM @ Emmanuel Church
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Faure duets, a Liszt piece for flute and piano, a Mozart quintet for piano and winds, an a capella version of "The Lion Sleeps Tonight", and a duet from the musical Chess — these are just a few of the works anticipated for performance as we introduce a third concert into our annual season schedule! Individuals and small ensembles will be featured as we invite the audience into a more intimate setting, in the Parish Hall of Emmanuel Church on Newbury Street. Stay tuned for more details!  Click on the image below to view/download a concert program/poster.

Tapas poster