The Chamber Choir of Grand Rapids serves as a community resource enhancing cultural growth through distinctive choral arts.
The choir has sung over twenty-three
world premieres of new choral literature and has sung
in a dozen foreign languages. Its rich legacy also includes
tours, past concerts, and compact disc releases. The choir
has shared disc space with such notable organizations
as the London Philharmonic and the Dallas Brass.
Their tours have taken them from the baroque halls of
Saint Petersburg, Russia, to the refined classical as
the famous Haydnsaal in the Esterhazy Palace in Eisenstadt,
Austria. Their voices have been raised with those of the
famed Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the legendary Tabernacle
in Temple Square, Salt Lake City, Utah, where they took
part in the recording of the Tabernacle Choir's international
Sunday morning television and radio international broadcast.
They were also invited by the choir to perform a solo
concert in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square.
Locally, they have worked to raise social awareness with
organizations such as the Holland Youth Advisory Panel,
Heartside Ministries, Senior Neighbors, Children's Assessment
Center, Degage, Silent Observer,the Butterworth Foundation and the Alzheimer's Association of West Michigan.
Director Mark Webb