Stanley R. Wold, Artistic Director and Conductor
Our mission is to bring fine performances of distinctive vocal ensemble literature to the Arrowhead Region of Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin, and beyond. Our repertoire spans five centuries of Western Music traditions - sacred and secular, folksong and art song, opera chorus and vocal jazz, music with humorous texts and occasional full operetta performances.
March 1 7:30 PM First Lutheran Church, Duluth
March 3 3:00 PM First Lutheran Church, Duluth
Tickets Adults: $16
We hope to see you at our concert in early March that features 2 beautiful Requiems–one by John Rutter and one by Maurice Durufle. A small orchestra and the glorious Jaeckel organ accompany the Arrowhead Chorale, and there are two performances, so make sure you join us!
We hope you are making your reservations!
December 15 and 16 are coming up fast, and we are taking reservations now for the Elizabethan Holiday Dinner at the Depot Great Hall. Saturday, Dec 15 at 6:30 PM or Sunday, Dec 16 at 1:00 PM.
Menu for Saturday:
Menu for Sunday:
Add to this: some beautiful music,–some familiar, some renaissance, some new; harp, harpsichord, lute, recorders and crumhorn; dancers, a children’s group, and one young acrobat; a very busy Fool, and a very insistent Marshal of the household; and a set of peasants to liven up the courtiers in residence, and you have a festive and full evening.
So join Lord and Lady Snowstorm, their guests Lord and Lady Pinetree, Lord and Lady Northland, Lord and Lady Lakeland, and the famous Master and Mistress Fortissimo! Huzzah!
Dancers for the Court
Lord and Lady Northwoods, Sir Stanley and Lady Marcia, Lord and Lady Pinetree
As we get some of these done, we will add costume photos. We are going to have some gorgeous people to see–and hear, too, in case you are interested! For our Elizabethan Dinner…
Cathy getting one last fitting. Lady Catherine Pinetree in creation!
We are sewing like mad!
Just a few samples of the work in progress. Elizabethan Costuming for 24 adult singers and 6 young people is a LOT of costuming. Thanks to the people who are standing long hours, adapting patterns, finding great bargains in fabric, and making gorgeous things. We are not done, so if you sew and want to help, we sure do want to hear from you!! A few samples here…
Rachel hamming it up as a beautiful peasant!
Jane as Lady Jane Northwoods
Doug as Lord Douglas Northwoods