Performed by the Muskegon Chamber Choir
“I’m Gonna Sing”
An afternoon of spirituals, directed by James Hylen and Brad Taylor with accompanist Cheryl Lohman. A free will offering will be taken at intermission.
When: Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 4 PM – 5:30 PM
First Congregational Church U.C.C.
1201 Jefferson St, Muskegon, Michigan 49441
“Wreath of Carols” 2018 once again returned to First Presbyterian Church of Grand Haven as part of their Community Artist Series. This program of Hymns and Carols of the season took place on December 16th at 4:00P.M.
The Muskegon Chamber Choir will present its next concert,
Songs from Darkness to Light, on May 6, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. at First Congregational Church, 1201 Jefferson, in downtown Muskegon. The repertoire will be a selection of Requiems, Motets, and Masses. Please join us for this event, which is certain to be uplifting. The concert is free. A free will collection will be taken.
Johannes Brahms’ Schicksalied with the Shoreline Symphony
Saturday, November 18th at 7:30 P.M.
425 W. Western Avenue, Muskegon, MI
The Chamber Choir will join with the Shoreline Symphony in November for a performance of Johannes Brahms’ Schicksaslied (Song of Destiny) written in 1871. The piece is considered one of Brahms’ best and most important smaller choral works. It is based on a poem by Hölderlin.
A Wreath of Carols
Sunday, December 17th at 3:00 PM
Central United Methodist Church
1011 Second Street, Muskegon, MI
The Wreath of Carols in December has become a fixture and a favorite in our programming. We go through as many as twenty-four to twenty-six Advent/Christmas/Epiphany pieces during the course of the concert. Usually it runs from Medieval to Twenty-first Century music. Soloist and audience participation are frequent features of the Wreath of Carols.
This season most concerts of the Muskegon Chamber Choir will ask for free-will donations only. Any change in this policy will be announced on this website.
Thank you for your patronage.