In the late 1990's, Vesper Chamber Orchestra was formed to join Vesper Chorale in the performance of Oratorio, creating the critically acclaimed Basically Baroque concert series.

This series has presented such works as Haydn's Creation and Stabat Mater, Mozart's C Minor Mass and Requiem, Fauré's Requiem, Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Vivaldi’s Gloria,and Handel's Messiah.

Performances have taken Vesper Chorale to campuses and churches across northern Indiana and Southwestern Michigan, including: IPFW in Fort Wayne, Manchester College, Southwestern Michigan College, Lake Michigan College, and others.

In the spring of 2012 Vesper Chamber Orchestra joined the choir in the world premiere of Jorge Muniz’s Stabat Mater. The autumn of 2014 saw the orchestra performing the North American premiere of Machu Picchu Concert for Quena (Andean Flute) performed by quena virtuoso Nayo Ulloa.