Saturday, December 8, 2018 7 PM

It is the music that unites our spirits at the holiday season. With selections from Handel’s glorious “Judas Maccabeus,” the Master Chorale honors Hanukkah; with Mac Wilberg’s majestic “Tres Cantus Laudendi” with brass and percussion, the chorale proclaims the season; with a flurry of carols, both secular and sacred, the chorale celebrates Christmas. The Master Chorale will bring the spirit of the holidays to full sound with “Christmas at the Movies,” “A Pentatonix Christmas Medley,” an audience carol sing, and heart-warming arrangements by the renowned Shawn Kirschner.


Sunday, December 9, 2018

4 PM

Messiah Sing-Alongs are more popular than ever! Don't miss out on our third annual Sing-Along. Combine your voice with the voices of the Master Chorale, a full orchestra and four talented soloists on stage while Artistic Director Allan Petker conducts the entire audience for a performance of Handel's most beloved oratorio of all time. Bring your own score or borrow one in the lobby and join the chorus. Hallelujah!

Meet our Messiah Sing-Along Soloists

Meet our featured student soloists from our partnership with the California State Northridge Vocal Performance Department! These soloists will be joining us for our third annual Messiah Sing-Along on Sunday, Dec 9th at 4:00 pm. We are especially grateful to Dr. David Sannerud from California State University. Northridge, for his help and support!


Saturday, February 2, 2019 5 PM

"Pardon me, boys...." yes, this will be the Chatanooga Choochoo! All aboard to celebrate the big bands, and enjoy the vocal stylings of Frand, Dean, Bing, Glenn Miller, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Louis Armstrong...the list goes on. See you on the A Train!


Sunday, March 10, 2019

4 PM

“The Creation,” considered by many to be the greatest masterpiece by Franz Joseph Haydn, is a musical illustration of the Biblical account of the beginning of life. We will perform the favorite choruses and solos from this splendid work. John Rutter’s “Requiem” has become one of the most popular settings of this text that honors the passing of life. Performed together with orchestra they offer a musical experience that celebrates the full circle of life.


Saturday, June 1, 2019

7 PM

From the “Yellow Submarine” to the “Brown Eyed Girl” there are a million songs that have colors in their title. We can’t sing them all, but along with our children’s choir we will sing a kaleidoscope of songs that will paint the evening just right. The featured work is “Mass in Blue,” by English composer Will Todd – not just a collaboration, but a coloration of the traditional liturgical words with the hues of contemporary jazz.

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