Regrettably, the 2019-20 season has ended prematurely. Due to COVID-19, we have had to cancel our May 16-17 concert, “Alexander’s Feast.” We hope to perform that concert in May of 2021.

If you already have tickets for “Alexander’s Feast,” we can provide you with three options:

Option 1. Donate all or part of the value of the ticket(s) to Repertory Singers and receive a donation letter you can use for tax purposes.

Option 2. Get a gift certificate for the cost of your ticket(s) that you can apply towards next season’s performance(s).

Option 3. Receive a refund.

Cancelling the concert is a blow to our nonprofit’s revenue and your donation will help sustain Repertory Singers through these challenging times. Thank you for considering this option.

Please contact our wonderful Box Office Manager (and magnificent flutist), Sherril Wood, to let her know which option you’d like to exercise. You can call her at 541-552-0900 or write

2019-20 Season Overview by Music Director, Dr. Paul French

Our opening concert, “She Walks in Beauty,” sets the tone for a season of great beauty. Beauty is at the very core of each concert; beauty that refreshes, delights, and inspires. At a time when the world can be harsh and confusing, our music offers heart and hope.

This season’s repertoire explores the beautiful in many of its infinite expressions, from the passionate perfection of the Spanish Renaissance to the finest in contemporary art music.

Two of the concert sets include orchestra: English composer Joby Talbot’s, “A Sheen of Dew on Flowers,” and G.F. Handel’s, “Alexander’s Feast.” Talbot’s “A Sheen of Dew” was premiered in London this past spring, making our James M. Collier New Works Festival performance in March, 2020 one of the very first performances in the world. Kelley O’Connor, who sang the premiere in London, will be the mezzo soprano soloist.

Our orchestra for “Alexander’s Feast” will be a period orchestra drawn from baroque specialists from across the country. The libretto is based on Dryden’s famous poem in praise of St. Cecilia, the patron saint of music, and Handel’s music is absolutely delightful.

The sixty-five voice Rep Singers choir is dedicated to bringing professional-level choral music to the Rogue Valley. Taken as a whole, the season offers a tremendous variety that is sure to please, and always with an eye to beauty and music’s power to delight and inspire.

Save the dates: 2020-21 Season

Here are the dates of the 2020-21 concerts. Look for more details this spring.


Fall Concert
Saturday 10/24/20  7:30pm
Sunday 10/25/20  3:00pm

Holiday Concert
Saturday 12/19/20  7:30pm
Sunday 12/20/20  3:00pm

4th Annual James M. Collier Festival of New Choral Music
Saturday 3/13/21  7:30pm
Sunday 3/14/21  3:00pm

Spring Concert
Saturday 5/15/21  7:30pm
Sunday 5/16/21  3:00pm

“Breathtakenly beautiful! This performance compares with any of the best worldwide.”

“Exquisite sound-chorus keeps getting better and better. Very moving.”

“Incredibly rich and perfectly performed music. Love the enthusiasm of Dr. French and the great voices he finds.”

“Amazing performance of superb music. Nowhere else puts on this level and quality of performance anywhere in Southern Oregon. Love it!”

“It is wonderful to be able to enjoy this high level of choral music in the Rogue Valley. As a choral singer for many years, I truly appreciate the quality of the Repertory Singers.”

“Thank you for the soul-drenching magnificence!”

“I’m brand new to choral music. I love it! I’ll be back next year as a subscriber.”

“Best choral performance in the West.”

“I am happy and proud to be a donor.”

“The pre-concert lecture and chorus are always excellent, thrilling and spiritually uplifting in my life.”

“I love the Repertory Singers and the selections of Paul French. They touch my heart and soul and fill me with joy and peace.”

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Additional supporters include:

  • City of Ashland Lodging Tax Revenues
  • Jackson County Cultural Coalition funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust
  • Oregon Arts Commission, a state agency funded by the State of Oregon and the National Endowment for the Arts
  • The Oregon Cultural Trust
  • Pacific Power Foundation