The New World Chorale (NWC) is one of the most in-demand choruses for hire in the greater Boston area. NWC has performed major choral works with Boston Ballet, Boston Conservatory Orchestra, Boston Landmarks Orchestra, Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra, Lexington Symphony, Longwood Symphony Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra, Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and Symphony Pro Musica. In July 2010, the New World Chorale was featured with the Boston Landmarks Orchestra in the first-ever classical music concert performed at Fenway Park in Boston.
In November 2010, NWC joined the Symphony NH Orchestra and Chorus (then known as the Nashua Symphony Orchestra & Chorus) and the Lexington Symphony in performances of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 in E-flat major (“Symphony of a Thousand”) that Geoffrey Wieting of The Boston Musical Intelligencer called “a tsunami of ecstasy.”