Our mission is to keep the beauty and meaningfulness of Gregorian Chant and Early Sacred Music alive and relevant. We foster understanding of these art forms, and teach the musical and vocal skills necessary to excellent performance.
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ANGELA MARIE ROCCHIO has been singing, teaching, and conducting chant in sacred and secular settings for more than a decade. She studied at the Abbaye Saint-Pierre in Solesmes, France, under renowned chant master, Dom Daniel Saulnier, and many other distinguished chant instructors around the globe. She is a former cantor at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, and founder of the International Chant Academy.

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MICHAEL ROCCHIO is an alumnus of Indiana University, where he earned a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance. His performance experience spans Opera, Oratorio, Early Music (Antiquity - Renaissance), Musical Theater and Television. He was co-founder, executive director, and singer for the professional Early Music ensemble, Pro-Arte Saint Louis, and spent over a decade as a soloist and choir section leader at the Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis.

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