Concordia Master Chorale
Dr. Michael Busch, director
Auditions - The Concordia Master Chorale seeks new
members for its 2017-2018 performance season
The Concordia Master Chorale is seeking talented vocalists for its
2017-2018 performance season.
- Auditions will take place on Saturday, September 2 and Wednesday, September 6.
- Candidates may register for a sign-up time at www.signupgenius.com.
- Enter email@example.com in the search menu.
The great Ein deutsches Requiem (German Requiem) *by Johannes Brahms is
the exciting centerpiece of this year’s Concordia MasterWorks Concerts.
The Master Chorale will be joined by the Concordia Choir, along with
professional soloists and orchestra for its performances in April 2018.
The season also includes a grand musical celebration of the 500th
Anniversary of the Reformation in the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert
Hall on November 1, with the popular Concordia Christmas Concerts during
the first two weeks of December.
Audition-interviews will be held during the first two weeks of September. To schedule an appointment, visit www.signupgenius.com click the little
magnifying glass at the top of the page, and search for the sign up list by
typing our email firstname.lastname@example.org. To receive further
information, please call (949) 214-3423.
The Concordia Master Chorale performs under the direction of Dr. Michael
Busch, who is beginning his twenty-second season with the ensemble. Dr.
Busch serves as Director of Choral and Vocal Activities at Concordia
University in Irvine, where he supervises the choral program of four choirs
in addition to teaching choral methods, theory, and conducting.
The Concordia Master Chorale is dedicated to excellence in the performance
of sacred choral literature. They perform annually for thousands of people
each year in the beautiful acoustics of the Concordia Center for Worship
and Performing Arts. Recent performances include such works as Bach’s Mass
in B Minor, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, Durufle’s Requiem,
Mendelssohn’s Elijah, Mozart’s Requiem, Vaughan Williams’ Dona nobis
pacem, and Bach’s St. Matthew Passion.