Formed in 1990 under the clever moniker of Sine Nomine Singers (meaning “without a name”), this 32-singer ensemble offers distinctive performances of the music of composers like Stephen Foster, Javier Busto, Jean Ritchie, Eric Whitacre, and more. The chorale also collaborates with the Lexington Philharmonic for large-scale works such as Handel’s Messiah. Discounted tickets for seniors and students are available for Lexington Chamber Chorale Concerts.
The Lexington Chamber Chorale Information
- Public Transportation: Good (a short walk from Lextran buses 3 and 5 at Wilson Downing Road/Nicholasville Road)
- Handicapped Accessibility: Good
- Performances/Programs: 4–5 performances per season
- Ticket Prices: $18 Adult; $16 Senior; and $8 Student
- Subscriptions: Patron Couple ($160–$210) gives you 8 tickets; Patron Individual ($65–$105) gives you 4 tickets. All subscribers are acknowledged in programs.