Past BSR Recitals

A cozy fall scene, with James Dargan's photo and information about the concert listed
Somerville Music Spaces, Somerville, Massachusetts

BSR is celebrating New England's incredible natural beauty with a cozy recital of songs curated by the wonderful composer and singer, James Dargan! Featuring BSR members and pianist Brendon Shapiro.

General Admission - $15: Get your tickets here!


Renee Tatum is featured alongside information about the Recital and Master Class
Somerville Music Spaces, Somerville, Massachusetts

Join Boston Singers' Resource for an incredible weekend of singing with American mezzo-soprano, Renée Tatum!

First, on Friday, July 28, at 7:30pm, come attend a beautiful recital of some of Renée's favorite music from the classical repertoire, in collaboration with pianist Brendon Shapiro. It will be a healing evening of gorgeous singing and artistry to inspire and uplift our community. 

The graphic for fuse, listing the date and time as well as the performers and creators involved. In the background, sparks fly as if in a welding shop.
Longy School of Music Pickman Hall, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Boston Singers' Resource and Catalyst New Music are joining forces to bring you FUSE - a uniquely collaborative song-development process between singer, composer, and poet that will result in the creation of amazing new songs that are tailor-made for the singers who will give their world-premiere performance!

Rage Arias & Mad Scenes
Club Cafe, Boston, Massachusetts

Come join Boston Singers' Resource as we let off some steam and put on a recital featuring our talented members tackling some of the craziest, wrathful, vengeance-filled moments from the classical repertoire.

Club Cafe will be serving food & drink starting at 3pm and the music starts at 4! 

Reserve your seat today!

Announcement for the Songs of Sondheim Virtual Cabaret

Join BSR as we "Remember" the music from legendary career of the unparalleled Broadway composer, Stephen Sondheim!

Our virtual cabaret will premiere on March 5 at 7pm and feature BSR members Melynda Davis, Keith Eric Brinkley, Aurora Martin, Nate Ramsayer, Emily Baker, Brian Demar Jones, and Jessica Jacobs, as well as our Executive Director, Brendon Shapiro, on the piano. If you can't join us for the premiere, don't worry - the cabaret will remain available on our Youtube Channel for you to watch at your convenience. 

Composers' Lab

Coming June 17! A live concert debuting new music by local composers. 

The BSR Composers' Lab pairs singers and composers to create new music for voice and piano. Our duos have been hard at work this spring and will debut their pieces at First Parish of Dorchester. 

Singers: David Rivera Bozón, Alexandra Alene Dietrich, Angelica Grau, Nathan Halbur, Rydia Vielehr.

Composers: Jennifer Citarelli, Haeyun Kim, Carol Koffinke, Qianni Lin, Bernie Zelitch.

Pianist: Brendon Shapiro

Voices on the Breeze

BSR will feature some of their finest member singers in an outdoor concert on October 3 at 1:00 pm, streaming on SparrowLive. 

The concert will stream from the Gardens at Elm Bank in Wellesley. Tickets will not be sold and seating will not be available but patrons can purchase entry to the garden to hear live singing from a safe distance. 

Barbara Quintiliani
Taylor House Bed and Breakfast, Boston, Massachusetts

Join BSR for a special evening of music and cheer as we celebrate our new website and the campaign that made it possible. BSR board and staff will entertain you with a set of vocal music favorites, and soprano Barbara Quintiliani will be our special guest with her husband Stewart Schroeder at the piano. 

In addition to Ms. Quintiliani, performers will include Keith Eric Brinkley, Margaret Felice, Fran Rogers, and Jonathan Saxton. The celebration begins at 6:00 pm, and the music starts with a musical toast at 6:30. 

Celebration of American Song

A five-season retrospective recital of American art song, honoring outgoing Board Member and recital series artistic director Beverly Soll. The recital featured past BSR recital performers with Beverly Soll at the piano. Thanks to John Archer of Danvers for hosting the recital at his lovely home.

The Gift of Song poster
The First Church in Swampscott, Swampscott, Massachusetts

A unique celebration of the music and poetry of our African American heritage. In addition to the body of well-known spirituals, there is a wealth of powerful but little known poetry and music by African Americans whose lives span 1866 to the present. On this recital you will hear the “voices” of 15 composers and 15 poets, male and female. We will begin and end with songs of recently freed slaves as presented to the world by the Jubilee Singers of Fisk University in the years immediately after the American Civil War.