Keep the music alive!

There is a special joy that can only be found in the powerful blending of voices united in song. Through the centuries, music has helped capture the spirit and essence of great moments.
Encouraging the future generation of musical talent is essential to preserving this tradition. A special fund has been established in the name of Detroit Concert Choir’s Founding Director, Gordon Nelson. The Fund was designed to:
  • Honor Gordon Nelson and keep his memory alive
  • Support our efforts to encourage young people to join the Detroit Concert Choir by helping defray membership costs
  • Provide financial assistance to worthy young musicians who share in the Detroit Concert Choir’s artistry
To support this funding opportunity, please designate Nelson Scholarship Fund in the memo line of your donation to the Detroit Concert Choir.

Our thanks to the following for their support:

 
Brandon & Danielle Johnson
Gerrie & Betty Ball
William Kupsky
Bob & Rebecca Meyers
Anne Rouce
Gregg & Beth Stobbs
Amelia Wilhelm
Richard Aude & Joy Crawford
Mike & Heidi Coburn
Amelia Hakim
 
Ray Laethem Motor Village
Rory Bolger & Helene Rottenberg
Ann Honto
Douglas & Diane Ingamells
Kathleen McDonald
Dr. Joseph & Michelle Metes
Jim & Christine Rice
Jeff & Christine Rouce
Sam & Veronica Smith
Joyce Jarzombek
 
 
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Our 34th Season

We’re planning our 34th season! Stay tuned. We can't wait to welcome audiences and perform our music for you as soon as it’s safe to do so, but in the meantime, we're sharing music with fans in Detroit and around the world on our Facebook page.

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Join our Circle of Friends

Keep the music alive! Join our Circle of Friends and make your gift to the Detroit Concert Choir today! Your donation enables us to delight and enrich the lives of all who appreciate the magic of beautiful choral artistry. Together we make the music.

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Community Outreach

In addition to our concert series, our ensemble seeks to enrich the cultural offerings for the city by singing for community events and by collaborating with fellow arts groups such as: children's choirs, dance groups, young instrumentalists and more!