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Summer Chorus 2020
Beethoven: Mass in C and Choral Fantasy

OSM is requesting donations for our Summer Chorus Program, allowing us to keep this event accessible in terms of low registration fees and ticket prices. We are asking Summer Chorus members and other OSM supporters who are able, to please help!
Contribute to Summer Chorus


The Summer Chorus is an annual festival chorus sponsored by the Oratorio Society of Minnesota and the University of Minnesota School of Music. Participation is open to all experienced choral singers with no audition!

Please check back here in the spring of 2020 for Summer Chorus registration information.

Oratorio Society Summer Chorus

Summer Chorus 2020

Repertoire
Rehearsals
Mon, Jul 13, 7–9:30 pm
Wed, Jul 15, 7–9:30 pm
Mon, Jul 20, 7–9:30 pm
Wed, Jul 22, 7–9:30 pm
Mon, Jul 27, 7–9:30 pm
Wed, Jul 29, 7–9:30 pm
Mon, Aug 3, 7–9:30 pm
Wed, Aug 5, 7–9:30 pm
Ferguson Hall, Room 85

Dress Rehearsal: Sat, Aug 8, 10 am – 1 pm
Concert: Sat, Aug 8, 7:30 pm

Dress rehearsal and concert at Ted Mann Concert Hall, Minneapolis.

 

Testimonials

A really nice experience that I would recommend to others!

Matthew Mehaffey is a wonderful conductor and has the ability to pull a large group of people together in a short period of time and present a great performance.

For someone who had been away from reading music for years it was a huge challenge to keep up with the musical verbiage but at the same time really fun. The professional way that you lead us was a special delight. I had forgotten how much security comes from having confidence in a musical conductor.

Being in this chorus was a phenomenal experience! It taught me quite a bit about myself and my abilities that I had not yet discovered, as far as what I thought I could or could not do, musically.


Metropolitan Regional Arts Council and Legacy Logos

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnsesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to the legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage fund.

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