The Star-Scape Singers under the direction of Kenneth G. Mills have distinguished themselves in Russia, the Baltic Republics, Europe, and North America for their unique sound, repertoire and presence. Four extensive European concert tours have included performances at celebrated halls in Paris, Vienna, Munich, Frankfurt and Amsterdam, as well as at major international festivals in Switzerland, Ireland, France, Yugoslavia, Poland and Czechoslovakia. The ensemble performed in Geneva at the 40th anniversary celebrations of the United Nations and inaugurated the 1986 World Year of Music with two full-length programs on Radio Vatican. In 1991, The Star-Scape Singers returned to Moscow to participate in the first non-militaristic Victory Day Parade and celebrations, and to Tallinn, Estonia, to perform as guest artists of the Bridges of Song Festival. The ensemble has performed seven times at Carnegie Hall, New York City, since its debut there in 1981.
The Star-Scape repertoire comprises over 150 original compositions and unique settings of traditional songs, many of which may be heard on their seventeen LP, cassette and CD recordings. Their major work, The Fire Mass, has been performed internationally and broadcast for television and radio across Russia, the United States, the Baltic Republics, and Western Europe, including a special Easter presentation on Radio Vatican, from Rome.