The majesty of Mahler, Beethoven, and Mendelssohn. The haunting beauty of Ravel and Vaughan Williams. The robust American sounds of Gershwin and Copland. The freshness of a world premiere composition. The comforting and familiar melodies of the holiday season. Music from sacred to secular, baroque to contemporary, opera to spirituals. Performances ranging in scale from an agile chamber ensemble to the overwhelming power of a 250-voice chorus. These all describe the work of the Minnesota Chorale.
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Information compiled from Jon Clifford Lahann, The Minnesota Chorale: The Growth of a Symphonic Chorus, 1972-1997 (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1997), and other sources.