Concerts
Dec. 14, 2019 - @ 7:30 pm
Christmas Concert - Lessons and Carrols

Dec. 15, 2019 - @ 3:00 pm
Christmas Concert - Lessons and Carrols

Feb. 16, 2020 - @ 5:30 pm
Mid-Winter Cabaret

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Sep 4 - 1:08 pm

Sep 4 - 11:07 am
Monteverdi Chorale
Sep 4 - 11:07 am
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Sep 4 - 10:41 am

Sep 4 - 10:39 am
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Sep 4 - 10:35 am

Aug 22 - 11:38 am
Greetings! Welcome to what we are certain will be an exciting season for the Monteverdi Chorale. We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Cody Miller as our new Artistic Director! A native of Massillon, Ohio, Dr. Shawn Cody Miller has been recently appointed the Director of Choral Activities and Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, he will conduct the Concert Choir, Choral Union, and Campus Choir, and teach courses in conducting and secondary choral methods. Most recently he was Assistant Professor of Music at Indiana University South Bend where he led both the choral and music education areas. Prior to his university work, Dr. Miller led choirs in K-12 schools, churches, and community ensembles, including appointments as Assistant Conductor of the Houston Children's Chorus under Stephen Roddy and Conductor of the Ingham Festival Chorale in - a community ensemble located outside Lansing, MI that primarily performs choral-orchestral repertoire. Dr. Miller has been invited to present sessions at state and regional conferences on topics such as rehearsal planning, musical interpretation, and performance practice. As part of his D.M.A. degree at Michigan State, he created a modern, performing edition of Johann Albrechtsberger's Missa Solennis pro Coronatione Francis II: di Regis Hungariae -- a work which was never published and last performed in 1807. In addition to choirs, Dr. Miller enjoys and frequently conducts operas as well. In the role of Artistic Director and Conductor of the Vocal Arts Retreat in Chicago, Illinois (formerly held in Galena, IL), he conducts the opera and choral-orchestral works. VAR, a young artist program, is designed to train undergraduate and graduate students who are pursuing a career in singing. As a graduate assistant, he served as Assistant Conductor for Hansel and Gretel at Michigan State University and chorus master for Baylor Opera Theatre's production of Die Fledermaus. Dr. Miller received his B.M. in Vocal Music Education from St. Olaf College, his M.M. in Conducting from Baylor University, and his D.M.A. in Choral Conducting from Michigan State University.
Jun 21 - 12:10 pm
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Apr 19 - 3:03 pm
Join us for Jim Carpenter's final concerts as our Artistic Director and conductor. Saturday April 27, 7:30 PM and Sunday April 28, 3:00 PM at Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Stevens Point WI. Let's fill the house for both performances!
Apr 10 - 12:39 pm
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Sep 4 - 1:08 pm
Welcome
      You may have watched the televised singing competition The Voice.  As in other shows of its kind, the keys to success seem to be making yourself as distinctive and different from your fellow competitors as possible, and putting your own individual stamp, however unusual, on every song you sing.  It’s all about YOU!
      As choral musicians, we take a different approach to the voice.  We strive for an artistic unity, not by trying to make everyone sound the same, but by using our individual vocal qualities to create something that is far beyond what any one of us could achieve alone. It’s all about US – and about sharing that musical creation with you, our audience.  Please join us this season as we celebrate the voice!
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