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Minneapolis music group MCS

For those who love to sing, there is little that is more satisfying than hearing voices joining together in song. Minnetonka Choral Society (MCS) offers those in the west metro of Minneapolis a music group to do just that. Tight harmonies are rewarding to hear resonate. A resolving chord brings a sense of completion. A melody can be as pleasing to sing, as it is to hear. Singers love to learn new music as well as return to an old standard on occasion. Those are just some of the reasons why the members of the MCS join the group and return year after year. It’s fun to sing!

Choir Auditions

Would you like to sing with us?
Auditions will be held, by appointment, the evenings of our first two rehearsals on 
January 30th and February 6, 2024 
St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Eden Prairie.

Auditions are with the music director, Jere Lantz. Potential members should bring to the audition a short prepared piece that demonstrates their vocal range. An accompanist will be provided at no charge. Auditions may also include sight-reading of a basic hymnal choral harmony part.
Email us at (Please include your mobile telephone number so we can text you and check your spam folder so we can be sure to reach you!) You can also call us at (952) 476-1922 to schedule your audition time!

We strongly encourage that all members are current on Covid vaccination and boosters.  Masking will be optional, UNLESS community transmission levels go to the high level based on CDC data.

Rehearsal Information

7pm to 9:30pm at St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 13600 Technology Drive, Eden Prairie, MN 55344

Singer Expenses

As a self-supporting non-profit music group, Minnetonka Choral Society asks that members help contribute to the costs of the organization. Singers pay $50 in dues per semester and pay for their own copies of the music, which are theirs to keep. If these expenses present a financial burden for a singer, MCS is happy to work with them to find a solution. Cost should not be seen as a barrier to participating.