The St. Louis Symphony In Unison Chorus 

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IN UNISON Chorus with Director Kevin McBeth

The St. Louis Symphony IN UNISON Chorus is an all-volunteer, 120-voice auditioned ensemble that performs a variety of musical styles, with a focus on the interpretation, performance, and preservation of the music of African-American and African cultures. Chorus members have traditionally come from the IN UNISON Program member churches, but also from area universities and colleges. Chorus members are teachers, nurses, office workers, students, doctors, and people from many other walks of life. Some members have retired from long careers, some are just entering the work force or working on degrees. Many sing in other vocal ensembles or church choirs. All share a love of music and of singing.

In 2011, the symphony created the position of Young Artists within the ranks of the chorus. With funding assistance provided by Monsanto, these positions are awarded through competitive audition to singers under 30 years of age. Young Artists rehearse and perform with the chorus and, in return, receive a modest stipend.

The Chorus rehearses on Monday evenings.

Director & Staff Bios

McBeth Conducting

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IN UNISON Auditions

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Chorus History

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