Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals Lunch Time Recital


  • Wed 16 May


  • 13.00



Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals

The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals is an auditioned women’s chamber ensemble interested in performing diverse, challenging, and often a cappella choral repertoire. Comprised of music and non-music majors, the Madrigals is an ensemble rich in history, celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018. In addition to numerous regional and national tours, the Madrigals have also performed in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Vatican, Canada, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, and now, Ireland. In addition, the Madrigals have performed several world premieres of new choral works, including several works by Saint Mary-of-the-Woods faculty member John McIntyre, and ‘La Providence’ by internationally-celebrated composer Sydney Guillaume.

For their 2018 tour of Ireland, the Madrigals are also joined by singers from the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Chorale and Woods Vocal Ensemble.

They will be performing in the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Wednesday 16th May at 13.00. 

Free concert, admission charges apply. 

Michael Boswell is Associate Professor of Music at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College where he conducts three choirs, is the primary applied voice professor, and teaches conducting and other classes as necessary. Active as a soloist and chorister, Michael has performed and recorded throughout the United States with professional ensembles such as the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Conspirare, Vox Humana, Apollo Master Chorale, Santa Fe Pro Musica, the Oregon Bach Festival Chorus, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and Tucson Chamber Artists. In 2015, he appeared on the recording The Sacred Spirit of Russia with Conspirare, which won the GRAMMY award for ‘Best Choral Performance.’ As a conductor, he has led his ensembles from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College on tours of France, New York, Chicago, as well as other cities in the Midwest. Michael received his Master of Music degree in Voice from Indiana State University and his Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from East Carolina University.

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals Lunch Time Recital


  • Wed 16 May


  • 13.00



Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals

The Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Madrigals is an auditioned women’s chamber ensemble interested in performing diverse, challenging, and often a cappella choral repertoire. Comprised of music and non-music majors, the Madrigals is an ensemble rich in history, celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2018. In addition to numerous regional and national tours, the Madrigals have also performed in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Vatican, Canada, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, and now, Ireland. In addition, the Madrigals have performed several world premieres of new choral works, including several works by Saint Mary-of-the-Woods faculty member John McIntyre, and ‘La Providence’ by internationally-celebrated composer Sydney Guillaume.

For their 2018 tour of Ireland, the Madrigals are also joined by singers from the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Chorale and Woods Vocal Ensemble.

They will be performing in the Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Wednesday 16th May at 13.00. 

Free concert, admission charges apply. 

Michael Boswell is Associate Professor of Music at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College where he conducts three choirs, is the primary applied voice professor, and teaches conducting and other classes as necessary. Active as a soloist and chorister, Michael has performed and recorded throughout the United States with professional ensembles such as the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, Conspirare, Vox Humana, Apollo Master Chorale, Santa Fe Pro Musica, the Oregon Bach Festival Chorus, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and Tucson Chamber Artists. In 2015, he appeared on the recording The Sacred Spirit of Russia with Conspirare, which won the GRAMMY award for ‘Best Choral Performance.’ As a conductor, he has led his ensembles from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College on tours of France, New York, Chicago, as well as other cities in the Midwest. Michael received his Master of Music degree in Voice from Indiana State University and his Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from East Carolina University.