Master Singers of Milwaukee has presented many wonderful performances since 1973, and now in their 40th season, Master Singers of Milwaukee continues to celebrate a passion for vocal artistry by exploring the dimensions of choral music that engage, uplift and rejuvenate the human spirit through extraordinary choral music and exceptional performances. Now in his third season, the current conductor and music director, Dr. Eduardo García-Novelli, brings a wonderful brightness to the ensemble enlivening it with his rich and detailed background of musical knowledge, vocal understanding, and a “spirit of life” in presenting varied, interesting and challenging programs.
The ensemble is composed of talented vocal musicians from the greater Milwaukee and surrounding area. Its depth of range and power comes from singers with extensive musical backgrounds ranging from international vocal soloists singing throughout America, Europe and Japan, church and school choral directors, high-quality students from area schools and serious amateur musicians. They sing compelling songs of celebration and humor, mixed with melodies and songs that warm the heart. They perform a wide variety of great music of all eras, genres and composers past and present.
Master Singers of Milwaukee embodies the qualities of excellence and strength through bringing together local talent, valuing civic pride, and engaging the cultural richness that characterizes Milwaukee and its surrounding communities. Master Singers strives to bring a professional vocal presentation to a full range of uplifting, enlightening and entertaining music.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 (6-9pm)
Saturday, August 30, 2014
(limited slots from 11:30am until 1:45pm)
Wauwatosa Presbyterian Church
2366 N. 80th Street
Do you love to sing and have high school or college choral experience? Live or work in the Milwaukee area?
Master Singers of Milwaukee invites you to sing with us!
Contact for an Appointment:
Eduardo Garcia-Novelli, Music Director (email@example.com)
OR call 888-744-2226 and leave a message.