Choral Music

Marquette Choral Society / Marquette 365

The Marquette Choral Society usually rehearses in the Fall and Winter semesters at Northern Michigan University.  This year, they are holding their first Summer Sing, giving singers of all kinds an opportunity to rehearse and perform a concert in the summer, when schedules can be more forgiving.

The Summer Sing concert is also a benefit for NMU students who will travel with the Marquette Choral Society on their trip to Italy in 2020.

This program features music of American choral music, spirituals, George Gershwin, world folk songs, and more.

Hear more about the Summer Sing, the Choral Society's trip to Italy, and more details on the repertoire:


Marquette Choral Society / Travel Marquette

This April 2019, the Marquette Choral Society presents "Russian Nights," music of Rachmaninoff & Chesnokov.  The concert consists of Russian music, mostly of Orthodox traditions.  Pieces featured are Sergei Rachmaninoff's "All Night Vigil, Op. 37" in Church Slavonic, Pavel Chesnokov's "Let Thy Good Spirit" and "Salvation is Created," in English, as well as a Russian folk song "Veniki". 

Hear more about the experience putting this concert together in an interview with the director of the choral society, Dr. Erin Colwitz:


Marquette Choral Society

The Marquette Choral Society will perform a newly commissioned work by local composer, Griffin Candey, with texts by Walt Whitman, Anastasia Pennington-Flax and local area poet, Kathleen M. Heideman.  THE NIGHT PSALMS will premiere alongside Ralph Vaughan Williams epic major work DONA NOBIS PACEM, also on texts by Walt Whitman.  

Marquette Choral Society - "Sure on this Shining Night"

Apr 20, 2017

The Marquette Choral Society will perform Saturday at 7:30pm and Sunday at 3:00pm in Reynolds Recital Hall on the campus of Northern Michigan University.  Tickets are $10 and available at the door, the Berry Events Center, and NMU Ticket Outlets.

For more information:

http://www.nmu.edu/choralsociety/home