Madison Chorale Presents Annual Seasons of Love Concert Feb. 10

Madison Chorale Presents Annual Seasons of Love Concert Feb. 10

Madison Heights, Royal Oak, MI – The Madison Chorale is an auditioned inter-generational musical group open to men and women ages 16 and up.  The group performs a variety of holiday and spring concerts and is currently in its 44th year of performance.  Made up of approximately 30 members of varying degrees of talent, they practice weekly on Tuesday nights at 7:00 pm at Wilkinson Middle School in Madison Heights.

With funds provided in part by The Phillip and Elizabeth Filmer Memorial Charitable Trust, the group will present its annual Love Concert on Saturday, February 10, 2018, at 7:30 pm at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church located at 814 North Campbell Road in Royal Oak.

Under the direction of Vince Halkey, the chorale will offer a compilation of songs from Broadway musicals and, in addition, present solo artists and ensembles with their own performances of song for “The Seasons of Love” including “Breakin’ Up is Hard To Do”, “Let Me Into Your Heart”, “With You I’m Born Again” and many other favorites.

Tickets are $10 at the door.  In addition, the group offers family pricing at $25 for two parents and children up to 12 years of age.

The performance offers a cabaret-style format that allows the audience to enjoy the music table-side with refreshments and beverages.

For more information visit or call 248.399.5953.


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