Michele Fredericks (Director: Educational Outreach/Fundraising) joined the Detroit Concert Choir in 1996 as a soprano section leader and soloist. She is an active member of the board of directors, helping with fundraising and educational outreach with area high schools.
Michele received her Bachelor of Music degree from Wayne State University and a Master of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Toledo. She has a Master in Education from Marygrove College. Career highlights were her performances with I Solisti Cantori in England, Scotland & Wales in a Viva Verdi celebration singing Gilda and Oscar and performing in the opera houses of Rome, Cosenza, Lucca & Lecce. Michele has been a soloist with numerous symphonies and bands. She resides in the metropolitan Detroit area where she remains a freelance soloist and teaches Vocal Music in the Troy School District.
 

Volunteers

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Dawn Surma

IT Manager

Dawn has been a member of the DCC since 1999 and is honored to be part of such an esteemed organization. Dawn developed the DCC website, and helps with all the technology aspects of the choir.

 
 
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Bob Weig

Concert Logistics

Bob joined the Detroit Concert Choir in 1988. Bob leads the concert set up team and transports and stores the choir's risers and production equipment.

 
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Live music returns - "Let Music Live!"

We are overjoyed to welcome you back with a complete season of concerts. We open our 35th season with Let Music Live!  on Sunday, October 24, 2021, 3:00 pm at Sweetest Heart of Mary Church, Detroit. Safety policies will be in place. Learn more.

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Join our Circle of Friends

Keep the music alive! Join our Circle of Friends and make your gift to the DCC today! Your donation enables us to delight and enriches 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, DCC enriches 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!