Welcome to the Deer Creek Chorale
2018-2019 Fall Season Membership is now CLOSED
GLOW - A Winter Concert
Sunday, December 2, 2018
Doors Open - 3:30 p.m.
Concert Time - 4:00 p.m.
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Upcoming 2018-2019 Season Events
November 18th - Chamber Choir performing at the Chestnut Grove Presbyterian Church.
December 2nd - St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Bel Air ... Glow.
December 16th - Kraushaar Auditorium at Goucher College ... Messiah Sing-a-Long with the Baltimore Choral Arts.
February 17th - Chamber Choir performing at St. James Episcopal Church.
March 10th - FREE Concert at Goucher College performance to benefit Camp Opportunity ... With One Voice.
March 24th - Chamber Choir performing at Bethel Presbyterian Church to celebrate their 250th Anniversary.
April 5th-7th - Chamber Choir performing in Sanibel, Florida
April 25th - Chamber Choir performing at Edenwald Retirement Center.
May 5th - Spring Concert to be held at Towson High School ... A Song for Every Child.
May 9th - Chamber Choir performing at Brightview Avondell Retirement Center.
Save these dates for exciting performances coming this fall !
The Deer Creek Chorale takes New York by storm … Congratulations Marty !!
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.