Omnis spiritus laudet Dominum. Alleluja.
Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Alleluia!
The choirs of St. Mary's are a vital part of her liturgical life, offering sacred music of the highest quality for Masses and other services throughout the week. The choirs also combine for grander music on special feasts.
St. Mary's Choir
The St. Mary’s Choir is a mixed choir of adults that sings every Sunday for the 11:30 a.m. Ordinary Form High Mass in English. Repertoire includes Gregorian chant, English anthems and Latin motets. The choir meets for rehearsal in the Parish Center on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. and is led by cantor Elizabeth Weaver and organist Michael La Barre. Anyone interested in singing is encouraged to contact Mrs. Weaver.
Coro Hispano de Santa Maria (Spanish Choir)
St. Mary's Spanish Choir is an adult choir that sings for the Spanish Masses on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 1:15 p.m. The rehearsal for both Masses is held on Monday from 7-9 p.m.
El Coro Hispano de Santa María es un coro de adultos que canta para las Misas de los días Sábado a las 7:00 PM y Domingo a la 1:15 PM. No necesitas leer música, solo necesitas estar dispuesto a enhaltecer a Nuestro Señor con tu voz. Los ensayos para ambas Misas, se realizarán los días Lunes, 7-9PM. Puedes contactar a nuestro director Welder Gomez al (203) 898-0238, o a nuestra Secretaria Erlinda Zelaya en el (203) 866-5546.
The professional Schola Cantorum, directed by Charles Weaver, provides music for the traditional Latin high Masses on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and on other major feast days. The Schola released its debut CD in 2017. (find out more)
St. Mary's Festival Choir
Singers of all abilities are invited to join the Festival Choir for special occasions at St. Mary's, such as Advent Lessons & Carols, Midnight Mass of Christmas, the Easter Vigil, Corpus Christi, and Assumption. If you would like more information about singing for the next festive occasion, please contact Charles Weaver.
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Bis orat qui bene cantat
Who sings well prays twice
El que canta bien, ora dos veces