Unfortunately, due to a variety of factors, including illness, the Steiner Chorale concert scheduled for this coming Saturday has been postponed. A future date is yet to be determined.
Congratulations to all thirty-one singers that performed yesterday in the Ethel J Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition first round, at the Molly Grove Chapel in downtown Lansing. Eleven performers qualified to continue on to the final round which takes place at MSU’s Cook Recital Hall on March 19th.
In alphabetic order the eleven students are: Elise Alvaro, Tyler Bouque, Emma Clark, Anna Griewahn, Sean Holland, Mekhi Holloway, Mackenzie Jacobs, ShayLynn Lotter, Emma Pischea, Tyler Roberts, and Jennie Rupp.
Registration is now open for Juniors and Seniors in High School for the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition. Competitors are for those students who live in the state of Michigan. An online application can be filled out here.
Application Deadline: February 25, 2017
Participation Fee: $30
Preliminary Auditions: March 4 @ First Presbyterian Church; Molly Grove Chapel, Lansing, Michigan
Finalist Gala Recital: March 19 @ Michigan State University, Cook Recital Hall
For more information, go to www.steinerchorale.org/scholarship/
The Steiner Chorale will begin preparing for their March concert beginning in the new year. Rehearsals resume on January 9th at St. Paul Lutheran Church in East Lansing on Lake Lansing Rd.. Rehearsals will be from 7 to 9pm every Monday evening.
To audition for the Steiner Chorale, email the artistic director at email@example.com.
We are grateful for the support of Physicians Health Plan. PHP has become the latest corporate sponsor of the Steiner Chorale. Thank you to PHP for their support of the Lansing area community and of our 2016-2017 concert season.
To become a corporate sponsor, go to www.steinerchorale.org/corporate-sponsors/.
Jenna Krystine Buck will be a guest soloist performing alongside the Steiner Chorale at their December 9th concert this Friday night. She will be singing the solo from the spiritual, “Mary Had a Baby”, popularly arranged by William Dawson. Miss Buck is a second year Doctoral Student at Michigan State University under the tutelage of Professor Melanie Helton. She originally hails from the Chicago-land area.
The Steiner Chorale is pleased to present A Concert of Music, featuring works by John Rutter, Bob Chilcott, Stacy Gibbs, Fissinger, and others. The concert will be held at All Saints Episcopal Church on 800 Abbott Road in East Lansing and the concert time is 8pm. Seats are general admission and tickets are on sale online at www.steinerchorale.org/tickets for $12.
Come and start off your holiday season with the Steiner Chorale this Friday night.
The Steiner Chorale announces today that the preliminary round of the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition has moved from Holt High School to The First Presbyterian Church of Lansing inside the beautiful Molly Grove Chapel. The preliminary round of the competition remains on March 4th.
For more information about the competition go to the Steiner competition page.
The Steiner Chorale will join the Lansing Concert Band on Sunday, December 4th for a special concert entitled Holiday Festival. The concert will be held at the Charlotte Performing Arts Center and hosted by Ken Beachler and the concert band is conducted by Dr. Gary Sullivan. Concert time is 3PM. Music will include festive favorites plus an audience sing-a-long.
Tickets are $13 for adults and $5.50 for students. Kids 12 and under are FREE (tickets required). You can purchase tickets at the box office at 517-541-5690 or click here.
The Steiner Chorale would like to thank Ken Burton and Lansing Moving as a Gold Corporate Sponsor for the 2016-17 concert season. Since Steiner often performs concerts in venues built before handicap accessibility, Lansing Moving will be providing the Chorale with the necessary ramps to alleviate this concern.
The Steiner Chorale is a non-profit organization. For more information on how your business could sponsor the Chorale, click here.
Again, the Steiner Chorale thanks Ken Burton and Lansing Moving for their generosity and continued support.