Our Upcoming Concerts

Announcing our 2022-2023 season!

The Ladies Six perform at Oak Crest Senior Living
September 25, 2022 – 3pm
Parkville

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Concert and Conversation with The Ladies Six
November 12, 2022 – 6pm
Manor Mill, Monkton

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A Musical Canvas
November 20, 2022 – 4pm
St. Ignatius, Hickory

Join us for an afternoon of music which will focus on the colors of life brought to canvas by our two guest artists, Bill Rothenbach and Joan Hodous. Both paintings will then be auctioned off at the completion of the concert. All groups in the Deer Creek Choral family will be featured as well as local artists. Come walk with us on “The Rainbow Trail” and experience the colors of love, nature and the richness of adventure.

Rejoice! A Community Choral Celebration

December 11, 2022, 3pm
St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Bel Air

Presented by Maryland Center for the Arts and featuring the Deer Creek Chamber Choir and The Upper Chesapeake Chorus.

Tickets available HERE.

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DCYC Vivace Guest Choir at St. Joseph Catholic Church, Gaudete Concert

December 11, 2022, 4pm
St. Joseph Catholic Church, Cockeysville

Free. Donations accepted

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Baltimore Sings With One Voice
April 1, 2023
Maryland State Boychoir Center for the Arts, Baltimore

Join the Deer Creek Chorale and the Baltimore Choral Arts in a free concert celebrating the glories of community singing. The afternoon will feature invited area choirs singing an eclectic array of music. The concert will begin and end with all choirs singing together “With One Voice.”

Light Beyond Shadow

April 30, 2023 – 4pm
Krashauur Auditorium, Goucher College

With the war in Ukraine, the lingering effects of COVID-19, the increase of violence in our country and our polarized government, these are challenging times. With the backdrop of war in Europe, Franz Joseph Haydn wrote Mass in Time of War or Missa in Tempori Belli in 1796 during similar times. Under the baton of Anthony Blake Clark, the combined choirs of the Deer Creek Chorale and the George Washington University singers plus guest soloists and orchestra, will present a riveting performance of this timely composition for our audiences.

The second half of the program will bring focus on our collaborative partner, Camp Sunrise, which is a residential camp for children with cancer. The combined choirs will perform the sublime “Sunrise Mass” by contemporary composer Ola Gjeilo to dramatize the theme “Light Beyond Shadow”.

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Ladies Six concert “Sing We With Pleasure”
Sunday, May 7 2023 – 4:30pm
Women’s Club of Roland Park, Baltimore