The Gregorian Singers began as a men’s chant schola in 1973. The choir was based at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Minneapolis for twenty-seven years before becoming ensemble-in-residence at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church On-the-Hill and most recently, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Lake-of-the-Isles. The ensemble has sung at the American Choral Directors’ national conference, a regional convention of the American Guild of Organists, a concert series at St. John’s Cathedral, Denver, and at the 2003 National Convention of the Episcopal Church. It has received radio airtime in Minnesota and nationally, and is known for its broad repertoire, including chant and other early music, shape-note hymns, Norwegian and Swedish folk-hymns, as well as newly-commissioned works.
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