Auditions for next concert – John Rutter’s Requiem & the Bach Magnificat in D

After the completion of the Steiner Chorale’s first concert on December 6th, the chorale will be opening auditions for those interested in participating in the next concert. This concert will be March 13th at University United Methodist Church and the program will include John Rutter’s Requiem and Bach’s Magnificat in D. To sign up for an audition, please click here.

The Steiner Chorale’s first concert of the season is on December 6th at 8pm where they will be performing Vivaldi’s Gloria, Pergolesi’s Magnificat, Fantasia on Christmas Carols by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and an original piece by Michael Engelhardt and Steiner’s Artistic Director, Corb H. Felgenhour. Tickets can be purchased at www.steinerchorale.eventbrite.com.

Concert tickets on sale now for Vivaldi’s GLORIA and more

Tickets go on sale now for The Steiner Chorale’s first concert of their season featuring Vivaldi’s Gloria. Other works to be performed that night will be the beloved Magnificat by Giovanni Pergolesi and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols. Also on the program will be an original piece by Michael Engelhardt and Steiner Chorale’s Artistic Director, Corb H. Felgenhour entitled How Can I Keep From Singing.

The concert is December 6 at 8pm at All Saints Episcopal Church, 800 Abbot Road in East Lansing. For tickets go to www.steinerchorale.eventbrite.com.

The concert will be conducted by Artistic Director, Corb H. Felgenhour and accompanied on the piano by James Schippers and a string quartet.

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Steiner Chorale Rehearsals start Monday

Rehearsals begin Monday night on September 9th from 7 to 9pm at the University United Methodist Church on Harrison Rd. in East Lansing. The chorale will begin preparing for their December 6th concert. The program will include Vivaldi’s Gloria, Pergolesi’s Magnificat, Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Fantasy on Christmas Carols, and How Can I Keep From Singing, an original piece by Michael Engelhardt and Artist Director of the chorale, Corb H. Felgenhour.

Steiner Goes to Hollywood

The Steiner Chorale is pleased to announce that we are taking on Tinseltown! Please join us as we present our annual spring concert and fundraiser: Steiner Goes to Hollywood! We will visit classic favorites from Shall We Dance, Singin’ In the Rain, and Breakfast at Tiffany’s through modern epics including Top Gun, Lord of the Rings, and The Greatest Showman. This concert will be presented in conjunction with our silent auction, proceeds of which support the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship Competition.

For tickets, go to www.steinerchorale.eventbrite.com

Madrigal Dinner in May 2019

The Chorale’s last concert of the season is sure to be a treat for the entire family.  If you enjoy medieval reenactments, you will especially enjoy A Madrigal Dinner!  In true medieval fashion, madrigals will perform selections while you enjoy a delicious meal!  Stay tuned for dates and times.

To audition for the Steiner Chorale, sign up online at www.steinerchorale.org/audition.  Rehearsals will be every Monday starting on September 10that St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Lake Lansing Road.

2018 Holiday Concert – Schubert’s Mass in G

You won’t want to miss Steiner’s Holiday concert in December!  Eric Cadena will be conducting the chorale’s performance of Franz Schubert’s Mass in G, along with other popular holiday selections.  What a great way to start the holiday season!  Stay tuned for dates and times.

To audition for the Steiner Chorale, sign up online at www.steinerchorale.org/audition.  Rehearsals will be every Monday beginning September 10that St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Lake Lansing Road.

2019 Spring Concert to feature Takis Pizanis

Steiner Chorale is pleased to announce that its spring concert will feature the incredibly talented pianist, Takis Pizanis, performing Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy, Op 80.  Also, the Chorale will perform Faure’s Requiem.  Stay tuned for dates and times.

Takis received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Florida Atlantic University and his Master of Music from Michigan State University.  As a prize-winning pianist, he performs as a soloist, staff accompanist for clinics and conferences, and as a personal accompanist for instrumental and vocal soloists.  He has directed numerous high school and community musical productions and is the accompanist for the MSVMA’s teachers’ Summer Workshop.  Takis has been the accompanist for Steiner Chorale for over 20 years.

To audition for the Steiner Chorale, sign up online at www.steinerchorale.org/audition.  Rehearsals will be every Monday beginning September 10that St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Lake Lansing Road.

 

2018 Holiday Concert Guest Conductor – Eric Cadena

Steiner Chorale is pleased to announce Eric Cadena as the guest conductor for the 2018 Holiday concert. Corb Felgenhour, current Artistic Director, will be on sabbatical.

Eric teaches 6th-12th grade vocal music for East Lansing Public Schools. Prior to arriving at ELPS, he taught vocal music for ten years in Sturgis Public Schools. While in Sturgis, Eric also served as Producer/Music Director for thirteen musicals. In addition to singing in choirs, he has performed in musicals in high school and operas in college. Both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees are in music education from Western Michigan University. Eric currently serves his professional music association, MSVMA, on the planning teams for both the Summer Conference and Michigan Music Conference.

To audition, sign up online at www.steinerchorale.org/audition.  Rehearsals will be every Monday beginning September 10that St. Paul’s Lutheran Church on Lake Lansing Road.

 

Tickets on sale now for “A Night on Broadway”

Central United Methodist Church, downtown Lansing, MI

215 N. Capitol Ave – May 11th @ 7pm

Come enjoy a collection of songs from various Broadway shows performed by soloists from the Steiner Chorale. This performance is in conjunction with The Steiner Chorale’s annual fundraiser and continues the celebration of the Chorale’s 50th season. Light refreshments will be served.  A silent auction will occur throughout the night of the concert.  All people are encouraged to bid on items displayed, but certainly not a requirement to enjoy the concert.  Concert is at 7pm in the historic Central United Methodist Church across from the capitol building.  All proceeds go to fund the Chorale’s concert season and their sponsorship of the Ethel J. Armeling Vocal Scholarship, an annual competition for Michigan-area high school students.  Purchase your tickets at www.steinerchorale.org/tickets .

featuring soloists from the Steiner Chorale