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Welcome to the 2013-2014 Season

The exciting news of the day is that Embellish Handbell Choir of Grand Rapids will be joining us on our Wreath of Carols on December 14 at First Presbyterian Church in Grand Haven.  We look forward to having this wonderful ensemble working with us


Latest News

Stephen Foster Concert

On Saturday, March 1, we will sing a concert of the music of Stephen Foster.  This will be in the First Congregational Church of Muskegon.  Since we were last there, the whole chancel area of the church has been changed and we are looking forward to using the new choir loft that was created there this past Summer.  Tickets will be our regular price and available at Meyer Music after February 1.

This Year

We are trying to figure out if this season is going long or next is starting early.  We welcome your suggestions.

Photos from 18th Century Sacred

The Chamber Choir thanks everyone who attended our recent concert at St. Mary's

Please enjoy our photo selection   >>>link to photos


What people say

Coming Up

After forty-nine years and over 140 concerts, not counting those with the Symphony, there comes a time when the choir has to just sing what it, and hopefully its audience, likes.  We are doing that on May 10.  The concert is truly a grab bag.  It ranges from Renaissance polyphony, which will evoke a very spiritual aura in the beautiful sanctuary of Central United Methodist Church, to the smooth lines of Duke Ellington's sophisticated settings.  All this music "sounds well on the choir."  You are invited to join us for this five century journey through the choral repertoire.  The "biggies" will be there.  Orlando Gibbons, Schütz, Brahms, and Mendelssohn. But there will be American Folk Songs, too.  Some of them will even deal with sobriety.  We are going to enjoy it.  You will too.  Central United Methodist is air conditioned.  After this past season, we hope we will need it.

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