Valley Chamber Chorale

A Truly Unique Valley Experience

The Valley Chamber Chorale is a unique artistic organization dedicated to providing classical, contemporary, jazz and sacred vocal performances of the highest caliber. Our programs consistently reflect the rich cultural heritage of the St. Croix Valley and incorporate guest artists from across the country.  The Chorale is widely regarded as one of the leading arts organizations in Washington County, the St. Croix Valley and the state of Minnesota.

2018-2019 Season

 

Making Music in the Valley 

Trinity Lutheran Church, Stillwater, MN

October 13 - 7:30 PM

We continue our collaboration concert with Music Saint Croix and the St. Croix Valley Jazz Orchestra by presenting our annual free concert. 

 

Christmas at the Courthouse

Washington County Historic Courthouse, Stillwater, MN

December 7 - 8 PM

December 8 - 4 PM

December 8 - 8 PM

December 9 - 3 PM

Gathering friends and family together at Christmas is a special, joyous time bringing heartwarming memories old and new.  The Valley Chamber Chorale welcomes you to celebrate "Christmas at the Courthouse" with us as we perform a festive and sparklingarray of traditional, popular and new holiday favorites.  

 

Bernstein and Friends

Trinity Lutheran Church, Stillwater, MN

March 2 - 7:30 PM

March 3 - 3:00 PM

August 25, 2018 marked the 100th birthday of Leonard Bernstein, often called the greatest musician of modern times.  He was one of the most important American musicians of the 20th Century as a composer, jet-set conductor, world-renowned pianist, teacher and TV celebrity.

Aaron Copland, Ned Rorem, Stephen Sondheim and the collaborative team of Betty Comden and Adolph Green were among Bernstein’s inner circle.  What amazing company!  Bernstein and  Friends will be a kaleidoscopic trip through some of the most exciting, fun, moving and beautifully crafted songs in the American Songbook, honoring Bernstein and his talented friends.

 

Requiem for the Living

Trinity Lutheran Church, Stillwater, MN

May 4 - 7:30 PM

A requiem is at its core a prayer for rest − traditionally, for the deceased. The five movements of Dan Forrest's Requiem for the Living, (2013) honor the dead but form a narrative just as much for the living; recognizing human struggles with pain, sorrow, and moving forward with hope.  This concert will also feature choral selections that showcase the human experience, focusing on struggle, triumph and joy.