About Deer Creek Chorale

Choral Artistry

The Deer Creek Chorale is a multi-generational choir with over 70 non-auditioned singers from Maryland’s Baltimore & Harford counties and Southern Pennsylvania.  A varied and challenging repertoire encourages vocal technique, musicianship and expression. The Chorale includes a Youth Choir, an Adult Choir (including High School students), the Chamber Choir and Ebb and Flow, a women’s ensemble. The Chorale seeks to develop the potential of singers at all levels of experience.

Personal Enrichment

Choral singing provides an unusually strong bond between singers and is a uniquely satisfying experience. There are known physical and emotional health advantages to singing in a choir. Studies also indicate choral singers are more likely to be engaged in their community.


Deer Creek Chorale sings locally and gives globally. Annual charitable projects allow members to engage in the community-at-large by dedicating time and effort to help others. This dual mission makes us unique from other community choirs. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.

Our ensembles
Ebb and Flow

Ebb and Flow

In spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, good things DID happen. When all rehearsals shut down and singing was labeled a super spreader, Artistic...



The Deer Creek Chorale is an 80+ member inter-generational choir ages 15 and up. Singers come from the greater Baltimore region: Baltimore and...

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir

The Deer Creek Chorale Chamber Choir is a select group of singers from the Deer Creek Chorale, devoted primarily to a cappella singing. The...

Youth Choir

Youth Choir

Based in Harford County, Maryland, the Deer Creek Youth Choir (DCYC) is a community choir that inspires young singers to reach their full musical...

Artists, Venues & Works

The Deer Creek Chorale and the Deer Creek Chamber Choir perform a wide array of music in fabulous venues and benefit from the talents, expertise and camaraderie of top choral professionals.

Beijing Forbidden City Concert Hall
New York’s Carnegie Hall
Carnegie Hall
The Forbidden City Concert Hall in Beijing, China
Our Lady of the Angels Chapel
Church of the Redeemer
Towson United Methodist Church
St. James Church Concert Series
Charlestown Chapel Concert Series
North Harford Performing Arts Center
Kraushaar Auditorium, Goucher College
The Smithsonian
Bethel Presbyterian Church
Ladew Topiary Gardens
Longwood Gardens
St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Bel Air
Our Lady of the Angels Chapel Charlestown
Kraushaar Auditorium, Goucher College
Z. Randall Stroope, guest conductor of The Music of Living concert in May, 2018

Tom Hall – Baltimore Choral Arts Society Emeritus
Derrick Fox – University of Nebraska, Omaha
Z. Randall Stroope – American Composer, Conductor
Simon Carrington – British Conductor; Kings Singers Co-founder
Anthony Blake Clark – Baltimore Choral Arts
Paul Head – University of Delaware Choral Activities
Karen Kennedy – University of Miami
Melinda O’Neal – Handel Choir of Baltimore Emeritus
James Bingham – Washington Adventist University
Linda Hall – Baltimore City College Emeritus
Bruce Rogers – Mount San Antonio College, CA
Paul Rardin – Temple University
Heather Killmeyer – East Tennessee University
Carolyn Sotir-Black – Baltimore County Commission of Arts
and Sciences
Daniel McDavitt – Goucher College
Arian Khaefi – Choral Studies, Fullerton College
Drew Collins – Composer, Conductor

Dr. Paul Rardin conducted The World Beloved: a Bluegrass Mass
Monroe Crossing accompanied the DCC’s performance of Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra
Baltimore Chorale Arts Society
Monroe Crossing Bluegrass Band
Dailey & Vincent Bluegrass Band
Towson University Choral Society
Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra
Occasional Symphony
Handel Choir of Baltimore
Frederick Children’s Chorus
Goucher College Chorus
The Annapolis Children’s Chorus
The Susquehanna Youth Ballet
Mt. San Antonio College Chamber Singers
Concorde Vocal Ensemble
Upper Chesapeake Chorus
Bonus Track
Perry Hall Chamber Choir
Towson High Concert Choir

In concert with the Susquehanna Symphony at Carnegie Hall
Bruce Rogers conducts Lux Aeterna by Mort Lauridsen

Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest
Mass of the Children by Rutter
Orff’s Carmina Burana
The Brahms’ German Requiem
Requiems by Mozart, Fauré, and Rutter
Magnificats by Bach, Rutter and Pergolesi
Ceremony of Carols by Britten
Seven Joys of Christmas by Mechem
Vaughn Williams’ Dona Nobis Pacem
Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna
Saint-Saëns’ Christmas Oratorio
The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass by Carol Barnett
Litaniae Lauretanae B. M. V. by W. A. Mozart
Rejoice by Gwyneth Walker
Behold New Joy by Shawn Kirchner
Mass in G by F. Schubert
Vivaldi Gloria
Untraveled Worlds by Paul Halley
Haydn Mass In Time of War
Sunrise Mass

Crossing the Bar featured The Brahms' German Requiem