Est. 1947

Christmas with the  Pops

Sunday, December 10, 2023, 3 PM

Chaminade High School Auditorium

340 Jackson Avenue

Mineola, NY 11501

Our 76th  season kicks off as it has for the past 35 years as guests of the Nassau Pops Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Maestro Louis Panacciulli. The afternoon features inspiring and exciting orchestral arrangements of the music of the season, and the Mineola Choral Society joins the orchestra in selections from Handel’s Messiah, and a number of Christmas songs and carols. This is a free concert.

Winter Concert 2024

Of Earth and Sky

Sunday,  February 4, 2024, 3 PM

Corpus Christi Church

155 Garfield Avenue

Mineola NY 11501

Our winter concert is called "Of Earth and Sky," and will feature poetry and prayer that explores our earthly humanity and the vastness of our sky.  We are featuring both sacred and secular works with texts that treat the sky as a romantic metaphor, a heavenly destination, and a joyous "measurement" of possibility. The concert will include Mozart's Missa Brevis in G, K 140, Fauré's Cantique de Jean Racine, John Rutter's song cycle When Icicles Hang, and works by Eric Barnum, The Stars Stand Up in the Air, Morten Lauridsen, Sure on this Shining Night, Gwyneth Walker, Crossing the Bar, and Elaine Hagenberg, Measure Me Sky. There will also be a special performance by the Mineola High School A Cappella Singers.

You can purchase tickets for the winter concert here.

Spring Concert 2024

Sing, Sing, Sing!

Sunday,  May 5, 2024, 3 PM

Temple Emanuel of Great Neck

150 Hicks Lane

Great Neck N15Y 11024

Our spring concert is a nostalgic celebration in two parts: first, composers such as Erik Essenvalds, Only in Sleep, Randall Thompson, Frostiana, and Gerald Finzi , Fern Hill, will take us through some of the most influential stages of our lives including infancy, childhood, and aging - but not without stopping to indulge in the swirling joy of falling in love! The second half of our concert will celebrate some of the most nostalgic music of the 30s, 40s, and 50s, including jazz, Broadway, and big band from composers Frank Loesser, George Gershwin and Louis Prima.