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The Michael O'Neal Singers

The Michael O'Neal Singers

Ranging in experience from dedicated amateur musicians to veteran professionals, MOS is composed of a chorus of over 130 auditioned voices and Kaleidoscope, a chamber ensemble of 35 voices. Based in Roswell since 1992, MOS provides the north metropolitan Atlanta community with choral presentations of artistic excellence and programmatic variety. Engaging, educating, and enriching north-Atlanta singers and audiences with compelling choral experiences that are innovative, multicultural, and multigenerational are hallmarks of the MOS philosophy. One of the most unique aspects of MOS is its commitment to innovative programming that extends beyond classical masterworks and sacred and secular choral music to genres such as Bluegrass, musical theater, jazz standards, opera, and rock ‘n’ roll. MOS programs have featured nationally known soloists and guest artists, as well as collaborations with other local arts organizations.

Now in its 34th season, The Michael O’Neal Singers has established a reputation for choral excellence that extends throughout the United States and abroad, as subscription series performances, concert tours, and a growing discography have received acclaim from audience members and music critics alike. The full chorus has produced 22 recordings and has performed in some of the most notable venues in the world, receiving high accolades for artistic merit and crowd-pleasing programming. These venues include Carnegie Hall in New York; the historic St. Giles Ca ... view more »


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  • The final 2 minutes of Robert Cohen's ALZHEIMER'S STORIES from the MOS concert "Time Forgotten - Time Remembered" on October 27, 2019. With Beverly Blouin and Brent Davis, soloists; the full MOS chorus; chamber orchestra; actor Tom Key (the concert narrator); and conducted by Michael O'Neal

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