KC Chorale wins another Grammy for Best Choral Performance

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LOS ANGELES — The Kansas City Chorale was presented another Grammy award on Monday, during a ceremony of the 58th Annual Grammy awards held February 15 at the Staples Center.

With this win for ‘Best Choral Performance’ the KC Chorale recordings have now earned a combined total of nine nominations and five wins.

Artistic Director Charles Bruffy, the Kansas City Chorale and the Phoenix Chorale was presented the award for the new album ‘Rachmaninoff: All Night Vigil’, which was recorded at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Kansas City, Kan.   Fifty-six singers appeared on the recording. After the recording, an ensemble of singers then performed live in Phoenix and Kansas City.

Click here to see video of Bruffy conducting the KC Chorale in concert.

For more on the Kansas City Chorale, click here.

Courtesy: KC Chorale

Courtesy: KC Chorale

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