EMC DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Great music comes from people from all backgrounds and cultural experiences and has the power to connect and unite. Yet, a musical landscape exists today that does not reflect that rich tapestry. EMC acknowledges this and pledges a continual effort to address and sow the seeds of inclusion through an intentional outreach in our search for talent in our membership, patronage, board leadership, and through a repertoire that widens our musical lens and reflects the world around us. It is our desire that EMC’s energized focus and unswerving goals on diversity and inclusion ensures that our audiences and the communities we serve and engage, experience the magic and richness of a shared humanity from the music we present.

Welcome to Elgin Master Chorale’s 2020-21 Season!

Consolation & Comfort

Sunday, November 22, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Virtual Broadcast Premiere
Elgin Community College Arts Center Facebook
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Join us for an intimate evening of comforting and healing music by Pergolesi, Pederson, Bruckner, and others.

Today, because of the pandemic, many are stressed, or grieving, or otherwise disconnected. We all have a need for Comfort and Consolation. This concert is our gift to you, the members of our community.

In these times, we are here for you.

 

Rivers & Rails

Monday, April 5, 2021, 10:00 a.m.

Virtual Broadcast Premiere
Elgin Community College Arts Center Facebook
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Join us for a special time of music, learning, and fun!
Rivers & Rails is an entertaining virtual learning experience.

Ride with us on a musical journey highlighting the importance of rivers and railroads in defining the American experience and way of life. Folk songs of endurance, sacrifice, and freedom rooted in emotion will touch your heart and move your spirit. Rivers & Rails will connect you to the dreams and struggles of 19th Century Americans who ultimately established a new economic and social path for the nation.

EMC DIVERSITY STATEMENT

Great music comes from people from all backgrounds and cultural experiences and has the power to connect and unite. Yet, a musical landscape exists today that does not reflect that rich tapestry. EMC acknowledges this and pledges a continual effort to address and sow the seeds of inclusion through an intentional outreach in our search for talent in our membership, patronage, board leadership, and through a repertoire that widens our musical lens and reflects the world around us. It is our desire that EMC’s energized focus and unswerving goals on diversity and inclusion ensures that our audiences and the communities we serve and engage, experience the magic and richness of a shared humanity from the music we present.