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“Lamb of God” Easter Oratorio

The Minnesota Mormon Chorale & Orchestra present Rob Gardner’s “Lamb of God,” a retelling of the final days of Jesus Christ’s life, death, and resurrection through beautiful vocal and orchestral settings and narration.

April 8, 2017 | 4pm & 7:30pm | Concordia University
April 9, 2017 | 7pm | New Brighton LDS Chapel


The Minnesota Mormon Orchestra provides opportunities for LDS musicians in the Twin Cities area to use their instrument in the service of the Lord, increase their talents, and enjoy the camaraderie of making music together.  Orchestras of advanced and professional musicians accompany the Chorale several times each season, while specialized ensembles provide additional opportunities for playing throughout the year. In the 2016-2017 season, the chorale and orchestra will perform together for the following concerts: “Prince of Peace” on Dec 10-11, 2016 and Lamb of God” on April 8-9, 2017. Currently, the orchestra has openings for oboe, trombone, percussion, harp, and strings.



George Dyer, tenor

Internationally acclaimed tenor, George Dyer will reprise the role of “Peter” in “Lamb of God” on March 11 & 13, 2016.

Northern Lights Chorale

We are thrilled to collaborate with the NLC in our Spring Concert: ‘Wonder’ on April 16, 2016.

Thanksgiving Benefit

In collaboration with St. Mary’s Cathedral Choir, Minnesota Center Chorale, Sauk Rapids-Rice High School Concert Choir and the Choristers Choir on Nov 21, 2015

Apollo Male Chorus

Dec. 4 and 6 – Nine Lessons and Carols – The men of the MMC are pleased to join AMC for their Christmas Concert.


Carole Anderson

I came expecting it to be good, but I wasn’t prepared to cry…and I don’t cry easily. I have never witnessed a performance of this caliber given all by volunteers in my life. It was truly remarkable.

Carole AndersonAttendee
Loren Squires

What an awesome experience we had! You were incredible!…It was another high point in my career. If high points [were] like mountains, this one has to be in the Himalayas.

Loren SquiresDirector of the South Metro Chorale
Ann Roushar

I love the music, and I love, especially, the Gospel approach to the choir. It’s the first choir, really, that I’ve really been in that has a true Gospel approach, which is wonderful.

Ann RousharChoir Member
Johnathan Toronto

The Chorale….is a true jewel of the Church.

Johnathan TorontoPresident
Bruce Phelps

We were overwhelmed. Not knowing what to expect, we were impressed beyond words. Since I am retired from ‘Christ the King Lutheran Church’, I did not have the opportunity to do a cantata as part of the passion, crucifixion and resurrection this year so being able to sit and be a part from a different perspective was both spiritually fulfilling and musically rewarding. What a great choir you have. Your soloists were outstanding, the orchestra was magnificent, the narrators were so professional and the work was so well done. Thank you again and again for inviting us.

Bruce PhelpsNorthern Lights Chorale Director
St. Paul LDS Temple

The evening was just perfect. The music was exactly appropriate. Everyone was thrilled by the wonderful sounds from the Chorale.

St. Paul LDS TemplePresidency


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Erin Gray

Erin Gray

Artistic Director

Erin received a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education, specializing in vocal music, from the University of Minnesota in 2002 where she studied with Kathy Saltzman Romey and performed Learn More

Barb Thibaudeau

Barb Thibaudeau

Assistant Director

Barb Thibaudeau is a licensed elementary education teacher with an emphasis in music. She has an extensive musical background, both in piano and vocal performance. Learn More

Kate McWilliams

Kate McWilliams

Orchestra Director

Kate McWilliams holds a BM in Music Education and an MM in Violin Performance, with a concentration in Early Music, from the University of Delaware (1999), and an MA in Musicology from the University of Minnesota (2002). Learn More

Laura Michels

Laura Michels


Laura studied Technical Theatre at Brigham Young University-Idaho from 2001-2004, specializing in scenic art. She was the charge scenic artist for the BYU-Idaho Theatre Department from 2002-2003 Learn More