Experience the fun of a New-York style cabaret dinner theatre as we present the immortal songs of Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein, and Lorenz Hart. Set in the elegant Vista Ballroom at the Van Patten Golf Club in Clifton Park, this great night-out-on-the-town begins with a sumptuous Chefs Buffet and cash bar, followed by a cabaret review of dozens of the greatest hits by Americas favorite composers.
WE ARE SOLD OUT FOR BOTH SATURDAY AND SUNDAY PERFORMANCES
2017/2018 Season! The Gift of Life
Hear It | See It | Live It
- Joseph Haydn’s The Creation, Sunday October 22 4:00 PM, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Glenville
- Rodgers, Hammerstein, and Hart Dinner Theatre, February 10 and 11, Vista Ballroom at the Van Patten Golf Club, Clifton Park
- Johns Rutter’s Gift of Life, Friday June 15 7:30 PM, Church of the Immaculate Conception, Glenville
A Grand Night for Singing
A Choral Cabaret
BHOS always welcomes new singers. Pop into one of our rehearsals to experience the thrill of singing with this friendly community under the inspiring direction of William Jon Gray.
To encourage high school students to join us, BHOS offers a discounted student registration fee.
Rehearsals on Tuesdays 7 PM
Burnt Hills Ballston Lake High School
The chorus rehearses on Tuesday nights, 7:00, in the choral room of the Burnt Hills Ballston Lake High School. Parking is available behind the school, right next to the choral room entrance.
To see entire rehearsal schedule for 2017-2018 Rehearsal Schedule, click here.
“William Jon Gray conducted the combined [Carmel Bach] Festival Chorale and members of the Festival Orchestra in a religious masterpiece, not one of Bach’s but the massive Claudio Monteverdi Vespro della Beata Vergine 1610 to the largest packed house I’ve seen at Old First in over 35 years of on-and-off reviewing there. It created a sensation, as indeed it deserves when so ably presented. Fine playing and excellent vocal work littered the evening with one peak experience after another…the applause hit like a prolonged tsunami.”
Monteverdi’s Vespers in San Francisco
Heuwell Tircuit of the San Francisco Classical Voice