Upcoming Events
A Celebration of Life - Dr. Marilyn S. Jones
A celebration of our founder 
1:30 pm - Brighton Center for the Performing Arts
United in Song
Chorale Family and High Schools collaborate to create a wonderful concert
This years concert will feature Eugene Rogers
Free Admission - donations accepted
Sunday October 12, 2014 4:00pm
Brighton Center for the Performing Art Center

A Season of Hope - Our Christmas Celebration
The Chorale Family sings your favorite Christmas Carols to get you in the holiday season
December 6 & 7, 2014
Place and times TBD
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    A Celebration of Life - Dr. Marilyn S. Jones

    September 28th, 2014

    Time 1:30 - Brighton Center for the Performing Arts
    Please contact a Kelli Falls for information regarding participation. 

     

    United in Song - a Chorale Family Celebration 

    Featuring area High School Choirs and two songs directed by Eugene Rogers!

    October 12, 2014  4:00PM

    Brighton Center for the Performing Arts



    Eugene Rogers

    Associate Director of Choirs and Assistant Professor of Conducting, University of Michigan

    Recognized as a leading conductor, pedagogue, and lecturer, Dr. Eugene Rogers has appeared throughout the United States as well as in Africa, Canada, Singapore, England, Portugal, Hong Kong, Mexico, and Italy. Recently, Rogers served as a panelist for the National Endowment of the Arts and a featured conductor and lecturer for Singapore's Ministry Branch of Education Inaugural World Youth Choir Festival. 

    Rogers is currently associate director of choirs at the University of Michigan where he teaches undergraduate conducting, conducts the Men's Glee Club and the University Choir, and is the faculty director of the MPulse Vocal Arts Institute, a national high school summer program. His past appointments include Macalester College (St. Paul, Minnesota), the Boys Choir of Harlem, Waubonsie Valley High School (Aurora, Illinois), and Anima Young Singers of Greater Chicago (formerly the Glen Ellyn Children's Choir). Last May, Rogers co-managed the production of the joint CD Ye Shall Have a Song with the Michigan, Yale and Harvard Glee Clubs, a collaboration celebrating America's three oldest collegiate choirs.

    Notable guest appearances include the Lisbon Summerfest Chamber Choir and Festival Chorus; VocalEssence and the Minnesota Public Radio Harmony in the Park; the British Columbia Music Education Association Honor Choir; the NAfME All-Northwest High School Mixed Choir; Westminster Chamber Choir (Florence, Italy, and Princeton, New Jersey); Choral Music Experience (London, England); the 2007 and 2013 Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asia High Schools Biennial Music Festival (Singapore); the Rocky Mountains National Music Festival (Banff, Canada); the Tlaxcala Mexico Second International Festival of Chamber Choirs, the Oklahoma State University Choral Festival (Stillwater, Oklahoma); the Florida ACDA High School Mixed Honor Choir; the OAKE (Organization of American Kodály Educators) National Youth Honor Choir, the Virginia Music Educators Association District X SATB High School Festival Chorus; the Alabama Middle School All-State Choir; the Illinois ACDA Summer Conference; the ACDA North Central Division Middle School Honor Choir; Chorus America 2011 San Francisco Conference; 2012 Oregon All-State Mixed Choir; and the Vocalizze Youth Program in Lisbon. His upcoming engagements include the 2015 Colorado All-State, 2015 Mennonite National Honor Choir, 2015 International Schools Mixed Honor Choir in Luxembourg, Choirs of America Festival in New York and the Lisbon Summer Festival in Portugal.

    As a singer, Rogers has performed with the World Youth Choir, the Portland Symphonic Choir, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Chorale, and the May Festival Chorus in Cincinnati, Ohio. He recently traveled to and studied the choral traditions of East Africa (Tanzania) and subsequently published three editions of Tanzanian choral music under the Hal Leonard World Music Series.

    In addition to his duties as a conductor, teacher, and singer, Rogers is co-artistic director of Portugal's Lisbon Summer Choral Festival and, in 2010 and 2011, was the artistic director of the Disneyland Hong Kong Winter Choral Festival. He currently serves on the boards of the Michigan American Choral Directors Association (College and University R&S Chair), the National Collegiate Choral Organization, and the American Composers Forum, where he functions as editor for the ChoralQuest series.

    Rogers holds the Bachelor of Arts degree in choral music education from the University of Illlinois at Urbana Champaign and the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees in choral conducting from the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor). 

    A Season of Hope

    A Chorale Family holidy celebration - Featuring The Chorale, Encore, The Women's Chorus, Ladies First and the Children's Choir

    December 6 & 7, 2014

    Time and Place TBD

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                                  LCC Board of Directors:

    VP President: Edna Sprunk

    VP of Performance: Donna Lorenz

    VP of Fundraising: open

    Secretary: Betty Rogers

    Treasurer: Sherri Richards

    Director of Public Relations: Michelle Wright: mickeygw@gmail.com

    Director of Publications: open

    Member at Large/Performance: Jim Trick

    Director of Membership: Elizabeth Bugera

    Member at Large: Andy Smith

    Friends of the Chorale Representatives: (co-chairs) Kathy Davis and David Zorn

    Social Media Specialists: Dennis Galloway, Melissa Stouffer

    Business Manager: open


     Founded in 1991, the Livingston County Chorale has established as its mission:

    • to enrich the lives of area residents through varied, enjoyable choral performances
    • to fulfill the musical needs of singers interested in high quality choral music
    • to provide educational and outreach opportunities in vocal music
    • to provide an opportunity for the community to support cultural activities