CorVoce broke new ground in 2023 as we celebrated lyricist Michael Dennis Browne, not only with a live concert, but with recorded interviews, culminating in a film by Barbara Wiener that gives a brief but glorious glimpse into Michael's contributions to choral music.
We are, however, moving forward with a new season of concerts. Coming up January 6 and 7 at Path of Grace United Methodist Church in Maplewood, we will present Divine Presence-A Choral Epiphany, featuring "Carols and Lullabies" by Conrad Susa and music by Morten Lauridsen, Stephen Paulus, Daniel Pinkham and more! Our Give to the Max campaign will directly support our new season of concerts.
Once again, an anonymous donor will match all Give to the Max gifts up to $2000, in support of our upcoming spring program. Please help us unlock the match! A gift in any amount will be most sincerely appreciated.
We do not charge admission for our performances, ensuring our music is available to all. To this end, donations are sought and welcomed at performances, as they are here at GiveMN.org. We are committed to offering a video option for future concerts, to make our music even more accessible.
CorVoce is an auditioned, volunteer choral ensemble in the Twin Cities, offering evocative programming and high quality, collaborative performances presented free of charge. Our mission is to inspire the heart and foster community through the unique and expressive power of choral music.
Originally formed in 2003 as Saint Paul Vocal Forum, CorVoce continues to engage audiences with concerts comprising exquisite music and compelling readings that are thematically connected and reflect various aspects of the human experience. Our artistic director, Karin Barrett, has directed the group since fall 2010.
Choir members hail from every corner of the Twin Cities area, from all walks of life, and volunteer their talents to bring together an amazing wealth of choral experience. CorVoce strives to not only brighten our world by sharing beautiful music, but also to promote understanding and bring people together through the medium of chamber choral music.