What is the "project"
in the madison choral project?

Our project is to enrich lives in our community
by giving voice to the great music of our diverse world;
to express, to inspire, to heal;
to garner joy in the experience of live music;
and to educate and strengthen the next generation of singers and listeners.  

The madison choral project is not just a choir,
it's a movement to improve our human experience through music.  


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"The program was a bundle of pure bliss, unaccompanied choral sound at its most beautiful."
- Isthmus | The Daily Page

Upcoming Projects


Drown'd in one Endless Day

Saturday, February 10, 2018, 7:30pm - CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday, February 11, 2018, 2:00pm - St. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH


Drown'd in one endlesse Day features a world premiere of Wisconsin composer Eric William Barnum, along with works new and old exploring the transformational moments when time seems to stop. Featured works include: the J.S. Bach motet Komm, Jesu, Komm, Antonio Lotti Crucifixus, C.H.H. Parry There is an Old Belief, Eric William Barnum one endlesse Day, Einojuhani Rautavaara Credo, David Lang, I live in Pain, and Last Spring, and Dan Forrest's Entreat me not to Leave You.


Saturday night: CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 944 E Gorham St, Madison, WI 53703

Sunday afternoon: St. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL
1833 Regent St, Madison

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Live Concert Recordings

Ted Hearne's PrivilegE 
live in concert
April, 2017

Our Musicians 

Artistic Director

Albert Pinsonneault 

Executive Director

Ena Foshay 

Composer-in-Residence, 2017-2018

Eric William Barnum

MCP Musicians for the 2017-2018 Season

MCP Musicians from All Recent Seasons


Dale Warland