Chanticleer Concert

Chanticleer Concert  Friday April 6, 2019 at 7:30 pm

The Music4Music Performance Series presents Chanticleer  in Concert, at 7:30 p.m. April 6 at the historic Trinity Church on the Green, 230 Temple Street (corner of Chapel) in downtown New Haven, Connecticut.

TICKETS ON SALE starting Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2018

The concert is part of Music4Music series concert to benefit Trinity’s Music program.  To reserve your ticket or sponsor online, register by clicking on the red button below.  You can pay online in Paypal, or by credit cards, or reserve a ticket and pay by check.

Note that Trinity Chuch on the Green is the first and oldest gothic-revival church in America, and has pillars.  While you can hear everywhere, some seat views are partially blocked by pillars, so come early.  Tickets are  sold by by four

Front Area (one out of 40 total), $100 online only
Lower Area, $60 at door, $50 online
Student/Seniors, $40 at door, $30 online
Balcony, $40 at door, $30 online


Half our income comes through the generous donations of our Patrons.  We urge you to consider one of four levels of Patron sponsorship by clicking on the button below.

$1000  Concert Sponsor – 4 tickets with front row seats & name in program
$500    Patron –  2 tickets & name in program
$250    Friend  – 1 ticket & name in program
$100    Supporter – name in program

Note: the registration form will send you to a PayPal page, but you can use a credit card by clicking on the second gray button.


You can call and reserve a ticket or sponsor the Chantileer concert at 203 624 3101.  You can reserve a seat online and offer to send a check, but it must be received two weeks before the concert date or your reservation will be canceled.  Please make check’s payable to Trinity Church on the Green, and mail them to: 950 Chapel Street, 2nd Fl., New Haven CT 06510-2515 (203) 624-3101.


If you can’t make the concert but want to donate to Trinity Church’s music programs, hit the Donate Now! green button below and enter any value you like in the “Music4Music” fund.Donate now button

About Chanticleer

CHANTICLEER is a  multiple Grammy Award-winning all- male vocal ensemble.  Founded by Louis Botto in 1978 in San Francisco, ensemble is comprised of 12 singers hailing from across the U.S. William Fred Scott, is Music Director.  Chanticleer’s repertoire spans ten centuries from Gregorian chant, Renaissance polyphony and romantic art song to contemporary music, jazz, spirituals and pop. Chanticleer gives approximately 100 concerts a year throughout the world, appearing regularly in major concert halls in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, as well as its home base of San Francisco.

Named after the clear-singing rooster in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Frequently called “an orchestra of voices”.  All 12 singers are full-time.  More than 40 albums release for Teldec/Warner Classics & Chanticleer Records.

What the Critics Are Saying

“The singing of Chanticleer is breathtaking in its accuracy of intonation, purity of blend, variety of color and swagger of style.” – The Boston Globe

“Precise, pure and deeply felt singing.” – The New York Times

“Chanticleer fascinates and enthralls for much the same reason a fine chocolate or a Rolls Royce does: through luxurious perfection.” – Los Angeles Times

“The world’s reigning male chorus.” – The New Yorker

“They are, to put it directly, one of the world’s best.” – San Francisco Chronicle

Awards, Media Recognition and Special Achievements:

“Colors of Love”:  GRAMMY® Awards in 2000 for Best Small Ensemble Performance (with or without Conductor) and the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award for Best Classical Album.

The world-premiere recording of Sir John Tavener’s “Lamentations and Praises”: GRAMMY® awards for Classical Best Small Ensemble and Best Classical Contemporary Composition.

  •  2008 Musical America‘s Ensemble of the Year
  • Inducted into the American Classical Music Hall of Fame in 2008.
  • Chorus America’s Education and Outreach Award in 2010
  • Billboard magazine’s Top 10 best-selling classical artists



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