Welcome to Cordus Mundi

Bucks County's Unique Male A Cappella Chorus

Cordus Mundi 2013

Formed in January, 2005, Cordus Mundi is comprised of members from around the greater Bucks County area. The contingent's charter members come from a variety of area singing groups including the Bucks County Choral Society, Vox Ama Deus, and the Bucks County Motet Singers.

Cordus Mundi's widely varied and entertaining repertoire spans several centuries and musical styles, ranging from Renaissance to Classic Rock, and includes compositions and arrangements by group members.

Upcoming Concerts

.$concerts[$i]->title.New Hope Seniors Luncheon

A varied program will include music from throughout our repertoire, including works by Clausen, Sjolund, Poulenc, Jeffers, Hairston, Vaughan Williams, and more.

American Legion Hall, New Hope, PA
Friday, September 12, 2014 at 1:00 PM

.$concerts[$i]->title.Benefit Concert/Dinner

A varied, eclectic and exciting program drawn from our full repertoire. The program includes music from Mendelssohn, Carrillo, Parker, Aguiar, Dowland, Poulenc, Bestor, Hairston, Hogan, and more.

Jarrettown United Methodist Church, Dresher, PA
Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 5:00 PM

.$concerts[$i]->title.Fall Concert Preview

Our first performance at Wesley combines selections from our extensive repertoire with music from our November 15 & 16 concerts.

Wesley Enhanced Living (former Heritage Towers), Doylestown, PA
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 6:30 PM

Cordus Mundi 2013

News

Cordus Mundi and Friends Bring A Cappella to Solebury

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Cordus Mundi featured in first edition of Spotlight Magazine

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The Music of Morten Lauridsen at the Philadelphia Episcopal Cathedral

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Cordus Mundi brings its a cappella take on the classics to Ambler

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Interview on WWFM

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Benefit Concert for WWFM

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Bucks County Commissioners Honor Cordus Mundi

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Local a cappella groups join for Festival of Voices

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Philadelphia Music Makers

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