Masterworks Chorale will kick-off its thirty-ninth season in a special collaboration with Cornerstone Center for the Arts.
Featuring music specially suited to the magnificent spaces of the building. With short sets of music by different subsets of the Chorale in several different rooms of the historic Cornerstone Center for the Arts, the audience will be free to move between locations in the manner of an open house hearing music selected to highlight the varying architectural effects of the Center. Everyone will gather for a culminating performance and reception.
Lend your voice to Masterworks Chorale!
Masterworks Chorale’s artistic director, Dr. Andrew Crow, will hold auditions 1:30 – 4:30 p.m., Sunday, August 28 and 5:00 – 6:30 p.m., Monday, September 12. Please contact the office for locations and available times.
Masterworks Chorale relies on financial support from community members like you. You can use the button below to make a direct donation.
To receive information on becoming an advertiser or underwriter for our 2016-2017, 39th season, or to make a donation by mail, email or write to the Masterworks Chorale office at:
520 East Main Street
Muncie, IN 47305
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In 1978, a group of local musicians active in Muncie Matinee Musicale had dreams of a new performing group in Muncie. An ensemble called the East Central Indiana Community Singers was formed in response to this dream. In 1986, this group changed its name to Masterworks Chorale to help reflect their serious artistic intent.
Currently, Masterworks Chorale is based at Cornerstone Center for the Arts. Our annual concert series plays out in venues all around Muncie, in schools, churches and concert halls. Outreach concerts take us to unusual locations and allow us to collaborate with other partners in our community, including Muncie Symphony Orchestra and Ball State University Choirs. Members of the Chorale have represented East Central Indiana by performing at Carnegie Hall on two occasions.
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