The Minnesota Mormon Chorale is a 75-voice, auditioned choir whose mission is to testify of Jesus Christ through music. Founded in 2004, the Chorale strives for choral excellence, singing a varied repertoire of sacred and secular works in concert and worship settings throughout Minnesota. The choir has performed over 100 concerts with a repertoire of 250 pieces including major works such as Mozart’s “Requiem”, Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 2 “Hymn of Praise” and Rob Gardner’s Easter Oratorio “Lamb of God”. In 2012, the Minnesota Mormon Orchestra was organized to expand the sound, repertoire and mission of the chorale. The choir and orchestra value collaborative opportunities with other ensembles to build bridges of unity that inspire goodwill.  Some recent collaborative concerts include the North Hennepin Community College Chamber Singers, the Choir of the Cathedral of Saint Paul, the Northern Lights Chorale, the Apollo Male Chorus among others.  Regular performances include concerts at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and Spring. The choir was honored to have been selected to perform at the American Choral Directors Association of Minnesota (ACDA-MN) State Conference in November 2017.