Mission, Vision and Values
Our mission is to inspire and improve lives through high-quality music and creative community engagement
Our vision is to ignite and sustain broader arts participation
We stand for values of excellence, creativity and inclusiveness.
Annual Concert Series of collaborative performances featuring world-class local artists
Dynamic educational programs such as The Salvatones Young Voices and Salvatones-in-the-Schools
Engaging video content that expands the reach of our impact beyond our geographic borders
A New York-based professional vocal ensemble, The Salvatones consists of passionate, committed singers led by artistic director Daniel Brondel, who is the Associate Director of Music & Organist at St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Since 2010, their impressive vocal artistry has been dazzling and delighting audiences in concert as well as in private and public events. Co-founded with President Salvatore Diana, The Salvatones’ mission is to inspire and improve lives through high-quality music and creative community engagement. With their first major educational initiative, The Salvatones Young Voices, the organization sponsors dynamic learning experiences, engaging young singers in collaborative concerts. The ensemble has collaborated with internationally renowned vocal ensembles including The Philippine Madrigal Singers, the Essence of Joy Singers, and DeKoor Close Harmony. Their yearly concert series, collaborating with the New York Virtuosi string ensembles, includes The Many Sounds of Christmas, The Many Sounds of Spring, and 9/11 Reflections. Singers from the Salvatones, along with Daniel Brondel, were honored to take part in the recent papal visit of His Holiness Pope Francis to New York City in 2015. The Salvatones have appeared throughout New York City and in Westchester, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, and Ohio. They performed the work of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon as part of the 2016 Paul Creston Award concert. In June 2018, the Salvatones released their first music video of Nilo Alcala’s arrangement of Wonderful World. In October 2018, they presented the New York premiere of “The New Colossus” by Saunder Choi. In November, The Salvatones made their Texas debut on the St. Michael Presents concert series in Dallas. This May, they will premiere a new work by Joan Szymko as part of the Chorus American Commission Consortium. Their debut album, Wonderful World, is available for order online. Follow The Salvatones on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram.