Master Chorale of South Florida Reveals Spring 2024 Performances

By David Salazar

The Master Chorale of South Florida has announced its slate of Spring performances.

“We eagerly anticipate the remaining concerts of our 21st season, each offering a distinct opportunity to learn more about the magic and beauty of choral music through live experiences,” said Artistic Director Brett Karlin in an official announcement.

First up is a series of performances featuring Mozart’s Mass in C Minor. There will be two performances with the first on April 5 at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale and the second coming on April 7 at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Boca Raton. As part of this performance, audiences will also be able to engage with “Meet Mr. Mozart,” a free family concert on April 6 at First Presbyterian in Fort Lauderdale.

In May and June, the organization will present “Considering Matthew Shepard,” a work by Craig Hella Johnson that provides a response to the infamous anti-gay hate crime against Shepard 25 years ago. The showcase, scheduled for May 31 and June 1 at Sunshine Cathedral, will be sponsored in part by The Our Fund Foundation. It is presented as this year’s “Concert for a Cause,” with parts of the proceeds going to SunServe, an organization that supports vulnerable members of the LGBTQ+ community.