Chanson| sh ä n ˈsôn| ∫ã.sõ

noun

1. a French song.

ORIGIN French, from Latin cantio(n-) ‘singing,’ from canere ‘sing.’

2. a sextet known for its musicianship, audience engagement, and memorable performances. 

 Now entering their thirteenth season, Chanson continues to impress audiences with their engaging performances. Chanson has developed a reputation for superb musicianship, seamless blend, and impeccable intonation. With repertoire encompassing works from the Renaissance through the 21st century, Chanson has earned a place in “the upper echelon of today’s male ensembles.”