Welcome to the Midland, MI Camerata! This site is primarily for members and singers interested in joining the group. If that’s you, welcome! If you’re looking for performance or ticket information, please go to midlandcenter.org.
Featuring vocalists from all over the Tri-City area, this 36-member chamber choir is known for its intricate work in the classics as well as for showcasing new and dynamic pieces using some of the finest talent in the mid-Michigan area.
Membership in this group is open by audition to any qualified singer as positions become available.
Performing outstanding choral works with an emphasis on small ensemble music, this impressive group continues to entertain audiences with their high level of artistry and exceptional musical expression. Camerata’s credits include the Cass City Bach Festival, Marshall M. Frederick’s 90th Birthday Celebration Concert at Saginaw Valley State University, the St. Lorentz Church music series in Frankenmuth, the Michigan ACDA Conference, and several performances with the Midland Symphony Orchestra.
I am always fascinated by the way music can move us on a personal/emotional level . I find I’m moved for different reasons by different pieces… What is your story – what is it about music that moves you?
Summer Sing with Camerata‘s theme this year is, tongue-in-cheek, Dr. Travis’s “Mount Rushmore.” No, it’s not music about South Dakota, nor is there any connection between the repertoire and the various presidents featured on that monument. Instead, Matt is referencing a figurative Mount Rushmore – music from composers who have had the most profound impact …