Welcome to the Lakeshore Chorale!
We hope you will join us for Lakeshore Chorale's 2015-2016 concert season, "Hidden Music."
Each concert this season will feature some hidden music - in addition to familiar works, each concert will explore some less well-known, often neglected choral pieces.
"Autumn Vespers" will be our season opening concert. Lakeshore Chorale adult choir & Lakeshore Youth Chorale create a concert of sacred music.
Instead of our traditional Valentine's Day concert, this year we are joining together with Lakeland College and Lutheran High School to present "Requiem," by the early 20th Century French composer, Maurice Durufle. Tickets for this special joint concert are limited. By purchasing a season ticket, you are sure to get a seat!
Check out our concert page for more details and to purchase tickets.
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Lakeshore Chorale's music tree logo: We have our roots firmly planted in the traditions of choral music, as well as in the lakeshore community. We have grown, and continue to grow, musically as well as with expansion of our chorale and youth chorale choirs; our branches have reached young singers, seasoned singers, instrumentalists from all over the state; our music has touched lives in the Sheboygan area, throughout the state, and (in our travels), throughout the United States and Europe.
Consisting of one adult choir and three children’s choirs, Lakeshore Chorale performs a wide variety of choral literature throughout each five-concert season. Lakeshore Chorale offers the opportunity for continuing musical education and enjoyment for performers, audience, and our community. Quality music for the whole family – Music for Life!
Lakeshore Chorale, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Lakeshore Chorale, Inc. is a member of Sheboygan County Chamber of Commerce.
Lakeshore Chorale, Inc. is a member of Sheboygan Performing Arts (SPA).
To establish and maintain a tradition of choral excellence through the performance of significant choral literature.
To offer people the opportunity for artistic growth within choral ensembles.
To create, in the community, an increased awareness of the significance of choral music.
To promote the opportunity for continuing artistic education for the performers, audience, and community.