It is not too late to purchase season tickets for the remainder of the season. From Winter through June, The Singers’ 2011-2012 concert season promises to have something for everyone! Season Tickets are still available… don’t delay in subscribing to one of the most exciting and eclectic music seasons the Twin Cities has to offer!
No more auditions are being scheduled for the 2011-2012 season at this time. Callbacks for the spring audition cycle are on Monday, June 6.
The Singers are off to Chicago for the ACDA National Conference. Click here to see the concert program!
Matthew Culloton and his mentor René Clausen shared the stage, leading The Singers and The Concordia Choir in Maple Grove on Saturday, March 5.
Don’t miss The Concordia Choir as they conclude their tour, and The Singers as they head off to sing for the ACDA convention in Chicago.
Saturday, March 5, 2011 7:30 PM
Lord of Life Lutheran Church
7401 Cty Rd 101
Maple Grove, MN
Tickets $18 adults/$10 students, at the door or ConcordiaTickets.com
WALT WHITMAN has long stood as the iconic American poet of the 19th century, and it is no wonder his words have been inspiration to generations of composers. MICHAEL DENNIS BROWNE narrates a program that features works by… Read More
Join The Singers for an evening of entertainment, silent and live auctions, hors d’oevres and libations… Italian style!
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Founded in 2004, The Singers organization is dedicated to giving world-class performances of the finest choral literature. The Singers exists to serve as artists, educators, and ambassadors of the choral art. The Singers has premiered and commissioned nearly fifty new works by composers Stephen Paulus, Abbie Betinis, Jocelyn Hagen, Joshua Shank and Craig Carnahan.
On Friday, March 11, The Singers will appear in concert at the national convention of the American Choral Directors Assn. in Chicago.
For The Singer’s largest world premier project to date, the ensemble is joined by some of the region’s finest musicians in this concert-length accumulation of mass texts and spiritual poetry. Composer-in-residence Jocelyn Hagen utilizes a variety of musical… Read More