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Registration for the Spring concert season is now open. Rehearsals start Jan. 19, 2016. Sign up today!

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A Cappella Festival!

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Talented A Capella ensembles from throughout the region will perform, headlined by the nationally renown quartet - GQ.

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The DCC relies on support from the community to maintain our goals of choral excellence and service to the community.

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An array of choral standards and major contemporary works interspersed with folk songs, jazz, world music, and sacred selections

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Excellence in Performance

The Deer Creek Chorale performs locally, nationally, and internationally with performances in the Baltimore metropolitan area, as well as at such venues as 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 such national figures as Paul Head, Tom Hall, Paul Rardin, Melinda O’Neal, Bruce Rogers, and John Rutter. The chorale has performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Chorale Arts Society, and the nationally renowned bluegrass bands and recording artists Monroe Crossing and Dailey and Vincent, as well as with other local and national choral groups.


Excellence in Service

The Deer Creek Chorale is committed to service to the community both locally and globally. Our members commit time and resources in annual service projects to benefit such causes as Haiti’s Earthquake Relief Fund, the construction of an International School in Pakistan, Jackie McCosh Concert Fund, Project C.U.R.E., Habitat for Humanity, the Johns Hopkins Camp Sunrise, and the Harford Center for the Arts.

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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.