The Detroit Concert Choir seeks to enrich our community with collaborations and performance events throughout Detroit and the metropolitan area.
We're proud to announce our association with The Schaap Center Grosse Pointe Park. The Schaap Center will open in 2023 and has the vision to become the most prominent place of fellowship and gathering for the appreciation of the arts, for the community, and the region – providing education, opportunities, and access for everyone. The center will serve as a performance home for the Detroit Concert Choir and include space for world-class performing arts theater and a gallery for the exhibition of artwork.
A. Paul and Carol C. Schaap Center for the Performing Arts and the Richard and Jane Manoogian Art Gallery will be an exceptional regional arts center dedicated to stimulating high-quality performing and visual arts experiences.
Highlights from the last several seasons have included performances with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at Orchestra Hall for The Wonderful Music of Oz shows; singing backup choir for Sarah Brightman’s World Hymn Tour at the Fox Theatre; performing Verdi’s Requiem with the Oakland Symphony Orchestra and the Oakland University Symphony Chorus at Detroit’s Orchestra Hall; singing for Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony and Detroit’s Winter Magic at Campus Martius; performing The National Anthem at the Michigan Parkinson Foundation Metro Detroit Walk, annual partnering with WRCJ for their Annual Fundraising Campaign, and collaborative performances with elementary and high choirs, student dancers, and young instrumentalists.
"Thank you for all you do to give everyone beautiful music!" - Victor, Roseville
In spring 2020, we partnered with the Walk in Love Foundation, promoting educational and spiritual opportunities for young people, performed with the Michigan Sinfonietta, and we're looking forward to singing the National Anthem at a Detroit Tiger game.