Veronica Smith (Treasurer: Database and Bookkeeping Consultant) joined the board of the Detroit Concert Choir. in 2010. She has been very involved with the choir since joining in 2006.
Veronica served as the Chair of the Search Committee that led to the Choir hiring Dr. Brandon Johnson as the new Artistic Director. Veronica has loved singing all her life. Singing the Verdi Requiem in college was a peak experience. However, when she moved to the US from Australia she put her energies into completing college, then marrying and raising two children, while working part-time as a computer consultant and bookkeeper. Eventually, she joined her church choir, and then the Grosse Pointe Community Chorus. After singing the Messiah a couple of times with the Fort Street Presbyterian Church and taking some singing lessons, she started to look for a new challenge. She had attended a number of Detroit Concert Choir concerts and was extremely impressed, so she decided to take the plunge and audition. Veronica traveled to Wales with the DCC in 2006, where they won first place and top awards.

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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Watch a video from "Grant us Peace: Music to heal the world."

Watch and enjoy "The Parting Glass" Detroit Concert Choir - March 2022, Michael A. Mitchell, Artistic Director Presented In loving memory of Russell Yamazaki (1942-2022).

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Thank you to our sponsors!

Thank you to all who made our 2022 Gala such a success! The setting was perfect and fun was had by all.  Special thanks to our Event Sponsors (Click here to view our sponsors).  This gala honored A. Paul and Carol C. Schaap.

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