Archivist: Ted Thornton
Repertoire, 1973-2003, as compiled by previous conductor Greg Hayes (Image format)
Repertoire, 1987-2003, as compiled by previous conductor Greg Hayes (PDF)
25th Anniversary Concert, May 31, 1998 (with list of charter members)
Concert, December 2022
Concert, Spring, 2022
Concert, Fall, 2021 (PDF copy)
Jim Denton’s obituary (The Daily Hampshire Gazette)
Jim’s memorial service, Johnson Chapel, Amherst, College
Article in the Northfield Community Newsletter, April/May, 2019
Preparing for our Spring, 2019 concert: “Dissident Voices”
Read more about this concert at The (Greenfield, MA) Recorder
More on the Young Composers Workshop, October 13, 2018
First page from the 2018 program of the Annual Awards Ceremony of Choral Arts New England at which Da Camera was recognized for winning a 2018 Alfred Nash Patterson Grant.
Program for the Heath Concert (July 9, 2017)
A small ensemble from Da Camera performed a few pieces for a gathering of the Massachusetts Review, Amherst College, Amherst, MA, December 22, 2017.
Notice of “A Bluegrass Mass” and “Where Does Magic Go?” performance in The Daily Hampshire Gazette, May 26, 2016
Click here to read an article by Da Camera Tenor Judson Brown published in advance of our performance of the Bach B Minor Mass
May 28, 2015 interview with “Heavenly Hurt” composer Alice Parker
Fortieth Anniversary Items
Video of “Five From the Valley” – thanks to Greg Brown!
Buckley Recital Hall, Amherst College
“40 Years of Musica di Camera,” Hampshire Life, January 17, 2014
Concert Review: Mark Morford, “Da Camera Singers Performs Works by Valley Composers,” Daily Hampshire Gazette, January 23, 2014
Program for Fred’s service
Fred’s obituary (Daily Hampshire Gazette)
Article about our 2009 “Nothing Shall Be Lost” program: Joe Marcello, “DaCamera Singers Get Poetic,” The (Greenfield) Recorder, January 29, 2009
Press release for our “Seasonal Music with Brass and Organ” concert, November 18, 2009 — Performances: December 11, 2009, Wesley United Methodist Church, South Hadley, MA and December 13, 2009, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Northampton, MA.