Civic Chorale, Collegiate Chorale and Vocal Ensemble

Civic Chorale/Collegiate
Chorale/Vocal Ensemble
 

37th ANNUAL CHORAL PERFORMANCE SEASON

 

Under the leadership of Nancy Davis, Director of Choral Music Performance, the Civic Chorale is a 100-voice mixed chorus comprised of musicians from the Greater Lorain County and Northeast Ohio area. Membership is open to all who "love to sing" from advanced high school students to senior citizens.

Tickets per concert: $8/Adults; $7/LCCC Students, Staff & Seniors 65+; $6/Groups of 15 or more.

For more information and/or to purchase tickets, come to the Stocker Arts Center Box Office, which is open weekdays from 12 noon to 6:00pm, call (440) 366-4040 or (800) 995-5222 ext. 4040 during those hours, or click on the "Buy Stocker Event Tickets" icon above.


NEW Members Welcome for LCCC Civic Chorale and Collegiate Chorale

New members are invited to join the Civic Chorale and Collegiate Chorale for the spring semester.  The “Spring Sing ’16” will be May 7, 2016 and will feature light classics, Broadway tunes, and jazz standards in an evening of musical entertainment.

Collegiate Chorale, MUSC 111 (1 credit hour), meets MWF 12-12:50. No audition is required.  Those with prior choral background are strongly encouraged to register.

Civic Chorale rehearses every Monday evening beginning January 25 at 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Stocker Center 140.  All those who “love to sing” are welcome to attend. College credit is available.  Tenors and basses are especially needed.  For additional information, contact Nancy Davis at ndavis@lorainccc.edu.


Saturday, March 5, 2016 at 7:30 pm - Cirigliano Studio Theatre
Collegiate Chorale Concert
Collegiate Chorale and Friends
LCCC’S Collegiate Chorale performs a varied program of choral music from the Renaissance Period to contemporary styles. The “Talent Showcase” will feature solos representing Broadway and art songs performed by LCCC students.
Cirigliano Studio Theatre


Saturday, May 7, 2016 at 7:30pm - Hoke Theatre
Civic Chorale Concert
SPRING SING ‘16
Something familiar, something new, Something beautiful, and something fun!
Enjoy an evening of musical entertainment performed by our large choirs and our select Vocal Jazz Singers!
Hoke Theatre


GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE CIVIC CHORALE/COLLEGIATE CHORALE/VOCAL ENSEMBLE:

Nancy Davis, Director of Choral Music Performance

Nancy Davis, Director, is a Professor at Lorain County Community College and has been the Director of Choral Music Performance since 1979. In 1984 she founded the Civic Orchestra and in the fall of 2002 she initiated the first Annual Sacred Landmarks Choral Festival. In the fall of 2003 she produced and starred in the opera Carmen at LCCC. Ms. Davis earned a B.M. and M.M. in Music Education with applied study in voice and piano from Bowling Green State University where her conducting mentor was Dr. Ivan Trusler, student of Robert Shaw. She has also studied at Oberlin College, Miami University, The Ohio State University, University of Akron, Youngstown State University, and Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Ms. Davis is currently chair of the Repertoire and Standards Committee for Two-Year Colleges in the Central Division of the American Choral Directors Association where she has presented at numerous state and national conferences.


Sorry you missed these great concerts:

Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 7:30pm
Hoke Theatre
Civic Chorale Concert
37th ANNUAL HOLIDAY CHORAL CONCERT

Saturday, October 17, 2015 at 7:30pm
Hoke Theatre
Civic Chorale Concert
THE WORLD BELOVED
37th Annual Masterworks Concert

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