Who We Are
We are a group of 40 singers of Anabaptist background from across US and Canada who meet every year to sing acapella music. We have toured in the US, Canada, and the British Isles and usually record a new choral album every other year. We are constantly seeking fresh ways for choral musicians to share God’s beauty with others and to sing God’s grace into our world.
Hear Our Music
One of our latest commissioned pieces written by Douglas Byler is featured in our album, The Glory of His Grace. The video below is from our 2018 tour.
News & Updates
Available For Preorder!
Jesus Loves Me – Songs for Children
Order now to be among the first to receive our new album featuring 17 children’s songs. Scheduled for release October 2023.
New Set! Hymns of the Church
This is a fine package of all four Hymns of the Church albums from Oasis Chorale. Have you been streaming these? Now is your chance to own them. It’s a great package for gifting or growing your library.
One enriching experience that Oasis Chorale enjoys on tour is participating in a workshop with a choral clinician. In July of 2019, we enjoyed working with Dr. Rene Clausen, whose gentle feedback was affirming, gracious, and incredibly helpful. You can read more about our day with him on our blog.
From René Clausen:
The Oasis Chorale is an outstanding choir on every level. It is comprised of excellent and highly skilled individual singers, yet the sense of awareness of the needs of the ensemble is ever present. The Chorale is distinguished by tonal beauty, excellent intonation, refined musicianship, and outstanding interpretation under the direction of their fine conductor, Wendell Nisly.
Recording Day 1 A crimson sun peeked over the windswept plain and cast furtive, fragile rays across the upturned face of the prone human. The face had the serene, contorted look of an Oasis Chorale member reliving the previous Sunday afternoon’s final concert and the ensuing after-party. It was...
On this day of rest the choir spent the morning worshiping at various locations throughout Lancaster County before gathering for lunch once more at Neffsville Mennonite Church which is beginning to feel like home, complete with amazing meals and (Oasis) family. Approximately 550 appreciative fans,...
Hello, folks. The trouble with being a perfectionist is that you carry around this burden to always do your absolute best. In fact, the burden is so large and heavy that most perfectionists are hunchbacked. Take Christian from Pilgrim’s Progress, for example. He had a tremendous burden on his back...
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