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The SCS Sings with CMU!

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On February, 17th and 18th the Saginaw Choral Society will sing the Dona Nobis Pacem by Ralph Vaughan Williams with the choirs and orchestra of Central Michigan University. Both concerts will take place at 7pm at Staples Recital Hall in the CMU School of Music read more

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Tailgate & Trivia

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How can you support the SCS and have a great time at the same time? Tailgate and Trivia of course! Join us for an evening of games, prizes, and tailgate buffet with a cash bar. There will be prizes for best and worst table decorations/costumes! Registration is $160 per read more

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Holiday in the Heart of the City

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Holiday in the Heart of the City

Members of the SCS had a wonderful time (in the great weather!) singing  carols during Saginaw’s annual festival, Holidays in the Heart of the City! It was a treat to stand in front of the city’s water works building when the holiday lights were turned on and the festival...

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Guest Artists, The Bijou Orchestra

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The Saginaw Choral Society presents their 2016-2017 season holiday concert “A Michigan Christmas” on Saturday, December 10th at 3:00pm at the Temple Theatre. The SCS will be joined by siblings and Bay City natives, Katie & Matt Travis and the Bijou Orchestra.  Songs read more

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Guest Artist, Katie Travis

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Our 81st season, “In Our Own Backyard” is about collaboration and highlighting some of the terrific talents in our region. Our holiday concert “A Michigan Christmas” is on Saturday, December 10th at 3:00pm at the Temple Theatre. The SCS will be joined by siblings and Ba read more

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Guest Artists, Matt Travis

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The Saginaw Choral Society presents their 2016-2017 season holiday concert “A Michigan Christmas” on Saturday, December 10th at 3:00pm at the Temple Theatre. The SCS will be joined by siblings and Bay City natives, Katie & Matt Travis and the Bijou Orchestra.  read more

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Library Move

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Library Move

This weekend the SCS moved the larger part of it’s massive choral library (81 years of programming adds up) from the basement of the Temple Theater in downtown to St. John’s Episcopal Church in Old Town. We are so glad to have our library in the same place we rehearse (Thank you, St. John’s Episcopal Church!) and could NOT have done it without some amazing volunteers from the choir, Saginaw’s Boy Scout Troop 378 and the Youth Group from Saginaw’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints!...

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Guest Artist Mike Brush

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Our 81st season, “In Our Own Backyard” is about collaboration and highlighting some of the terrific talent in our region. The season opener “Dancing in the Moonlight,” is a singer-songwriter concert featuring music by Carly Simon, Jim Croce, Queen and an original song b read more

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Featured Artist Madalyn McHugh

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Our 81st season, “In Our Own Backyard” is about collaboration and highlighting some of the terrific talent in our region. The season opener “Dancing in the Moonlight,” is a singer-songwriter concert featuring music by Carly Simon, Jim Croce, Quee read more

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Summer Conducting Fellow at Oxford

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Summer Conducting Fellow at Oxford

Jeremiah Kraniak, Saginaw resident and Music Director for the Saginaw Choral Society, is spending part of his summer in Oxford, England as a Conducting Fellow in the Choral Music Institute at Oxford. This program is a collaboration between the Westminster Choir College of Rider University and St. Stephen’s House, a permanent private hall of the University of Oxford. This selective program accepts only 20 conductors who will study with the acclaimed faculty James Jordan, Professor at Westminster Choir College, and James Whitbourn, composer and...

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