Our 2018-2019 Season
The Minnesota Center Chorale joins forces with the College of St. Benedict/University of St. John’s Symphony Orchestra to perform Mozart’s timeless Requiem Mass. Composing while on his deathbed and dying before its completion, Mozart masterfully imbued this ancient rite of passage with the gamut of human emotion—sorrow, reckoning, peace, and joy. This piece, requiring a stage full of singers and musicians, should be experienced by everyone at least once in a lifetime!
No music puts one in the Christmas spirit more than that of our British neighbors across the Atlantic! Featuring music from England, Ireland, and Scotland, the MCC will perform Ralph Vaughan William’s Fantasia on Christmas Carols for choir, string quartet, and baritone solo; choruses from Handel’s Messiah; and other well-known pieces such as the Sussex Carol and In the Bleak Midwinter. Join us for a magical evening to ring in holiday cheer!
*DATE CHANGE*: Sunday, March 10, 2019, 4:30 pm
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
St. Cloud, MN
Everyone seeks and deserves a place they can call home. The Chorale will sing about the idea of home—coming home, wishing for a home, being home—as we partner with Lutheran Social Services to help those in need.
We are excited to announce a joint concert with the St. Cloud Municipal Band (Dr. Catharine Bushman, director). This concert will explore the diversity of our United States, celebrating the music, people, and cultures of different regions which together make our nation so special.