The Minnesota Mormon Chorale is a 55-voice auditioned choir comprised of talented musicians from the Twin Cities and surrounding areas who share a love for singing and a love for the Savior, Jesus Christ. Founded in 2004, the choir strives for choral excellence in singing a varied repertoire of sacred and secular works in various concerts and worship settings throughout the Twin Cities. The choir has performed over 50 concerts throughout the metro area with a repertoire of nearly 200 pieces including major works such as Mozart’s “Requiem”, Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 2 “Hymn of Praise”, and Rob Gardner’s “Lamb of God”. Regular performances include a Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and Spring Concert. In addition, the choir enjoys collaborative projects, most recently with the Apollo Male Chorus, Teresa Tierney, soprano, and the Armstrong High School Cathedral Choir. The choir has also sung with such groups as the BYU-I Collegiate Singers, the Edina Chorale, the Farmington Lutheran Choir, the Grace United Methodist Church Choir, and the Minneapolis Commodores.
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