The Arizona Cantilena Chorale is a group of 25 men and women who demonstrate fine excellence in musical talent and musicianship.
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Arizona Cantilena Chorale was established by its director, Dr. Glenn Bennett in the late summer of 2005 by bringing together the vocal talents of students and friends from past and current performing groups who have an ability to create a homogenous vocal blend.
Arizona Cantilena Chorale’s repertoire ranges from classical to contemporary choral works. They have worked with local symphony orchestras as well as collaborated with other choruses to perform major works such as Handel’s “Messiah” and the “Messa di Gloria” by Puccini. Most recently, the Arizona Cantilena Chorale has performed in the international tour “Video Games Live” at the Mesa Arts Center. Additionally, they have performed with the Symphony of the Southwest in productions of Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” both at the Mesa Arts Center and the Valley Vista Performing Arts Center in Surprise, Arizona.