Audition for 2019-20 Season!

Welcome! Singers of the Fox Valley,

The Elgin Master Chorale is looking for a few good singers! For almost 75 years, the Chorale has provided thrilling live performances of classic choral music to Elgin and Fox Valley audiences. The EMC offers passionate singers the opportunity to perform in a chorus with high professional musical standards, while maintaining their amateur status.

Under the direction of Maestro Andrew Lewis, Assistant Choral Conductor of the Chicago Symphony, the Elgin Master Chorale will allow you to perform some of the greatest choral and symphonic works of all time. Would you to like to expand your vocal capabilities? Would you like to perform with the renowned Elgin Symphony Orchestra? Would you like to perform classic choral music in some of the premier music centers of Europe? Would you like to build friendships that will last for a lifetime?

Elgin Master Chorale is in residence at Elgin Community College, and so, a tuition fee is required. Rehearsals will be held on Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:30 pm, beginning on September 3rd. Our performance home is the beautifully renovated Blizzard Theatre on the campus of Elgin Community College.

We hope you will be interested in this opportunity to sing with the Elgin Master Chorale and will contact us for a short, fear-free audition. Please call us at (847) 214-7225 or email us at smartin@elgin.edu. (Tenors are always especially welcome and are eligible for discounted tuition.) We invite you to join us for an open rehearsal on September 3rd to learn more about being a member of Elgin Master Chorale.

Thank you for your consideration.

Ken Prazak
Board Member
Elgin Master Chorale

Tunes from the Toons Welcomes 600+ School Students

February 22nd Concert Was a Looney Success

We had a blast at our Tunes from the Toons concert on February 22nd, welcoming over 600 school students to our program. The morning concert included performances from a string quartet, soloists, and the EMC Chamber Singers, and was an interactive look at the way music affects animation and what the audience experiences. Thanks to all those who joined us!

Mark your calendars for February 7th, 2020 for another Educational Connections Event!