Welcome to the Deer Creek Chorale

Upcoming Events

Carnegie Hall

March 19, 2018 at
8:00 p.m.
Carnegie Hall in
New York City

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Excellence in Performance

The Deer Creek Chorale draws talented vocalists from Harford and Baltimore Counties in Maryland and southern York County in Pennsylvania. The ensemble performs locally throughout the Baltimore Metropolitan area and. National and international performances have included Carnegie Hall in New York and The Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, China.

Excellence through Collaboration

The Deer Creek Chorale collaborates with an array of top choral professionals. Guest artists have included renowned composers, conductors and singers Paul Head, Tom Hall, Paul Rardin, Carolyn Black-Sotir, Melinda O’Neal, Bruce Rogers, and John Rutter. The chorale has performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, and the nationally renowned bluegrass bands and recording artists Monroe Crossing and Dailey and Vincent.

Excellence in Service

The Deer Creek Chorale is committed to service both locally and globally. Each season we choose a philanthropy partner and our choral members commit time and resources toward our annual service project. Our volunteer efforts have benefited such causes as Haiti’s Earthquake Relief Fund, the construction of an International School in Pakistan, the Jackie McCosh Concert Fund, Project C.U.R.E., Habitat for Humanity, the Johns Hopkins Camp Sunrise, the Maryland Center for the Arts, and Alzheimer’s Awareness.

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Programs made possible in part by grants from the Maryland State Arts Council and the Harford County Government through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board.