Steiner Chorale Presents Requiem and Magnificat

You are invited to join the Steiner Chorale as it continues its 54-year tradition of presenting quality performances of beloved choral masterworks. On Friday May 3 rd at 7 PM, the Chorale will present two works that serve as luminous bookends in the history of choral literature. First, experience the intricate interplay of melody and harmony in the Magnificat in D Major, composed by J.S. Bach in 1723. Then, enjoy the journey from darkness into hope and light offered by the beloved Requiem that was given to us by John Rutter in 1985. We welcome a full orchestra to accompany these lovely works.
Admission is $10.00; students with ID are free.

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Steiner Chorale announces new director

Steven Easterling is a voice teacher; choral conductor, and he teaches elementary music in the Laingsburg Community School district. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in vocal performance from the University of Michigan, post BA teacher certification from Michigan State University, and a Master of Music Education from Central Michigan University.  He is the conductor of the Laingsburg Community Singers since 2000 and conductor of the Mint City Singers since 2020. He performs as tenor soloist regularly in the mid-Michigan area. He is excited to begin as Artistic Director of the Steiner Chorale this fall and to lead the singers in their return to singing.