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We’re Metro Detroit’s renowned non-auditioned, independent chorus.
Welcoming singers of all ages and experience, we use music to build community and invigorate our city.
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Holiday Classics concerts – Friday, December 9 at 7:30 pm and Saturday, December 10 at 4:00 pm
With beloved Christmas music ranging from dazzling Robert Shaw arrangements of favorite carols with chorus and orchestra to magnificent, moving a cappella music of the season, we invite you to celebrate the holidays with us! From reverence and reflection to joy and smiles, this inspiring program has it all, with music by Rutter, Biebl, Lauridsen, Rachmaninoff, and Vaughan Williams.
Buy tickets now: Tickets are $20 online ($25 at the door). Information regarding patron tickets, for reserved front seating, is available via Patronages on our homepage. All online orders must be received by 5 pm on 12/8, and tickets will be held at the will-call desk at the concert. We are unable to acknowledge mail-in orders in advance of the concert.
Tour of England in October 2017
Our choral-performance tour is open to CCD choristers, non-CCD singers, and non-singing companions.
The Defiant Requiem with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
This is the Verdi Requiem, as written, with stunning multi-media art, commemorating the 16 performances of the Requiem by the prisoners of the Terezin concentration camp in WWII.
CCD Young Artists’ Program
Through outreach to the Detroit Public Schools, we welcome gifted vocal music students from Cass Technical High School to the CCD.
CCD Spring 2017 Registration
Please join the CCD for our fabulous spring semester. Registration will begin in January 2017, and rehearsals begin in February. For info, please go to Chorus Handbook and Membership/Register. For questions, please contact us at info@communitychorusofdetroit.
All of us in the Community Chorus of Detroit thank you – our supporters – for all you do to help us to continue “Singing in the Heart of Detroit!”
This activity is supported by the MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS and the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.