We can't wait to be together again!
We're looking forward to the return of in-person performances and are actively planning our 2021-2022 35th season "Let Music Live!" Stay tuned for details and be sure to join our email mailing list to receive concert information.
Our thoughts are with you and we're pleased to give you the gift of hope and joy by inviting you to view our virtual season—a series of digital choral recordings and pop-up concerts featuring small groups of singers in large spaces. How can you enjoy our music anytime, anywhere? By following us on Facebook and Instagram, or subscribing to our YouTube channel, click on the bell after you subscribe to get notifications as we launch new music and never miss a performance! However you watch and listen, if you enjoy our concerts, please like and share with friends.
Listen to our summer Pop-Up Concert at The Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Detroit, where members of the Detroit Concert Choir join together to make music spontaneously for the first time this year. No rehearsals? No problem! Enjoy our performance of:
Thomas Tallis, "If ye love me," Anton Brucker, "Locus Iste," and arr. Donald Moore, "Deep River."
WATCH, SUBSCRIBE, & SHARE: "This is my Father's World," text by Maltbie D. Babcock, arranged by Elaine Hagenberg. May 2021
WATCH, SUBSCRIBE, & SHARE: "There Shall a Star From Jacob Come Forth," composed by Felix Mendelssohn. March 2021
We're thrilled to premiere a new arrangement from our artistic director, Dr. Micheal Mitchell, of the classic carol Silent Night as our second virtual choir project.
"It was an honor to compose a new version of this beloved piece for the DCC and for you, our audience," Dr. Mitchell. Enjoy!
WATCH, SUBSCRIBE, & SHARE: "Silent Night" December 2020