RECONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY THROUGH A SHARED LOVE OF THE ARTS
In its almost three decades of performing, The Marquette Male Chorus has tackled almost every genre of music, from opera to show tunes to rock and roll. We’ve even sung in foreign languages, including French, German and, Italian. Our chorus has experienced many highlights since it was first formed in 1981. We have hosted the Associated Male Choruses of America Big SIng in 1983 and we joined the Marquette County Chamber Chorale to perform the Faure Requiem at Carnegie Hall in March of 2007.
Our chorus performs two concerts in Marquette each year, in the spring and fall, and also participates in the Christmas Tapestry each December. We also perform at local churches, nursing homes and start the UP 200 sled dog races each January in Marquette by singing the National Anthems of both the US and Canada.
Over the years we have had members that range in the age of 15 to 85! Any man who enjoys singing is welcome in the Marquette Male Chorus.
Please visit our website or call our director Wayne Hanmer for scheduling info and practice locations.