October 25, 2022
With the mission of engaging and inspiring all individuals throughout the region through choral music, the Arrowhead Chorale is offering a new ticket sponsorship program. In the hopes of sharing our performances with those who may not be able to afford tickets, supporters of this program are able to purchase additional tickets to be available for those who wish to enjoy any of our upcoming performances but who do not have the funds. They say music uplifts the soul, and our goal is for our Angel Ticket program to do just that.
If you are purchasing concert tickets and would like to participate, simply add an "Angel Ticket" to your order.
If you would like to enjoy one of our concerts by using an Angel Ticket, stop by Will Call the evening of the event.
Visit our performances page to purchase a ticket and/or an angel ticket.
September 12, 2022
The Arrowhead Chorale will begin rehearsing together this month and we are excited to share our 2022-23 season with you!
We are thrilled to welcome you back to the audience for our annual Holiday Traditions and Jubilations concert series titled One Silent Night. To celebrate the season, the Chorale and Orchestra will present J.S. Bach’s glorious Cantata 140, Wachet auf, Dan Forrest’s recent setting of Silent Night, and other songs and carols representative of the Germanic holiday tradition, with a guest appearance by the renowned bell choir Strikepoint. Performances will be Saturday, December 10 at 7:30pm and Sunday, December 11 at 3pm in the Great Hall of the historic Duluth Depot
Our spring concert, Dances of Life, will feature guest artists from the Minnesota Ballet joining the Chorale in a unique intersection of two different art forms. We will present Eric Whitacre’s Five Hebrew Love Songs, the moving Just Stay by Jake Runestad, the title work by Mack Wilberg, and folk music from around the world. Performances will be on Saturday, March 25 and Sunday, March 26 at First Lutheran Church in Duluth.
Thank you to all who donated or became a sponsor in the past, and thanks to new supporters – your support allows us to share exceptional choral music in the Northland. We are excited to share with
August 2, 2022
As we enter the 2022-2023 season, the Arrowhead Chorale is seeking singers of all voice parts with a desire to join a unique singing fellowship.
WHAT: Arrowhead Chorale Auditions
WHEN: Tuesday, August 23 & Tuesday, August 30 | 5:30pm - 7:30pm
WHERE: First Lutheran Church in Duluth
WHO WE ARE
For more information or to schedule an audition please email email@example.com.
June 19, 2019
Arrowhead Chorale is excited to announce their 2019/2020 season. Thanks to the generous support of donors, the Chorale is able to bring live choral music to the Northland.
The season will begin with the Chorale’s December concert, Holiday Jubilations and Traditions: A Celtic Christmas. Highlighting traditional and contemporary carols from Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the Chorale will be joined by orchestra and special guests Eira, a talented local trio specializing in Celtic music.
In March, Arrowhead Chorale will feature the world premiere of a new Messiah, arranged by Los Angeles-based composer Severin Behen during their spring concert. The Chorale will be joined by soloists and a full orchestra for a performance that promises to be a significant and memorable event!
Ticket information will be available soon.
April 1, 2019
The Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir will be making their way to Duluth for a performance of their concert For the Love of Gospel.
For the Love of Gospel is a ninety-minute compilation of the most popular spiritual and gospel music of the past 200 years. From Dem Bones to How I Got Over, to Precious Lord, and O Happy Day, the concert will not only educate and inspire, but will also have the audience clapping their hands and singing along.
Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial, Inc. is the presenting sponsor, and the organization worked to make this performance possible in to order to listen to and heal from gospel music. During the performance, community members will have the opportunity to come together with conversation and reflection to make a personal and collective commitment to focus their energy to actualize racial justice in our community.
Additionally, the CJMM Oral History Project preserves the unique history of African Americans in Duluth, told through the voices and stories of Black elders in Duluth. Boards representing the Project will be on display during the event.
The concert will be held at Sacred Heart Music Center on Saturday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 online in advance and $25 at the door. Children 12 and younger can attend for free. Arrowhead Chorale is a Community Partner and is handling ticket sales for the performance. Tickets are available at arrowheadchorale.com.
Earlier in the day, the Twin Cities Community Gospel choir will visit the Family Freedom center at 2 p.m., and give a concert preview at Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial at 3 p.m.
The Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir has been entertaining music lovers in the Twin Cities and around the country for more than 25 years. Their mission is to move audiences spiritually and to create community across racial, cultural and economic boundaries through their soulful interpretation of the African-American gospel music tradition. The talented group is led by artistic director Ed Newman and consists of singers of various musical experience, ethnic backgrounds and ages to celebrate the power of music.
March 1, 2019
Arrowhead Chorales' Spring Concert, The Journey Home: The Universal Story of Finding Oneself will be held Saturday, March 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday March 24 at 3 p.m. at First Lutheran Church.
Audiences will hear multiple journey perspectives as they experience the concepts of life's challenging journey toward the sometimes-elusive place of peace and rest we call home through texts and melodies.
From Ryan Murphy's contemporary arrangement of Pilgrim Song to Ralph Vaughan Williams' setting of Walt Whitman's poem Toward the Unknown Region, Arrowhead Chorale portrays the universal journey of finding oneself.
Arrowhead Chorale will be joined by members of Strikepoint, Duluth's renowned handbell ensemble, led by artistic director Bill Alexander, as well as organist Velda Bell and pianist Lexy Land.
December 21, 2018
The Arrowhead Chorale announces an opportunity to audition to be a part of our dedicated choral group. We are looking for trained, flexible singers. There are limited openings in each section.
Auditions will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2019, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Gloria Dei/Faith Lutheran Church, located at 1814 North 51st Ave. East in Duluth. For more information or to schedule an audition, please send us an email message.
December 1, 2018
Exploring traditional and contemporary carols from Scandanavia, Ireland, and England, Arrowhead Chorale is pleased to announce its holiday concert, “Holiday Jubilations & Traditions: A Scandinavian Christmas”.
The concert will be held in the Duluth Depot’s Great Hall on Friday, Dec. 14 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 16 at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $20 for adults, $6 for students, and age 12 and under attend for free. Tickets are available online at arrowheadchorale.com.
Joining the vocal ensemble again this year is Duluth’s acclaimed Strikepoint handbell ensemble, led by artistic director Bill Alexander. Strikepoint will bring their virtuosic sound to both traditional and contemporary carols.
Audiences will be transported to the countries of Finland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland and England through the magic of music and sing-along. Trumpet fanfare will open the concert in the moving processional Personent hodie. The joy of the holiday season will be celebrated throughout performances of traditional carols including Beautiful Savior, Ding Dong Merrily on High, and the popular Irish religious carol Wexford Carol.
The Chorale will take the audience on a journey to Sweden with a contemporary Christmas song När det lider mot jul (A star is glowing wondrous gentle). String orchestra, piano, and organ bring life to three movements from a new setting of Magnificat (The Song of Mary). The global tour will conclude with a brilliant finale combining the Chorale, full orchestra, piano, and Strikepoint in Mack Wilberg’s jubilant Fantasy on God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.