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Housed in Plymouth Congregational Church, VocalEssence is a nonprofit choral music organization based in Minneapolis. Formed in 1969, it is globally recognized but maintains a local focus. As part of the regular season, there are several family concerts and community sings.
VocalEssence 2018-2019 Season of Family Performances
Most, but not all, ticketing is done through the Minnesota Orchestra Box Office. Concerts are held at the various venues throughout the season. For more information on tickets and venue for specific events, follow the links.
- 11/8/18: Identity | Westminster Presbyterian Church, Minneapolis • Vocal Essence youth choir, Singers Of This Age, use song, spoken word, and movement to explore the concept of identity and celebrate the rich tapestry of Minnesota’s cultural communities • Tickets prices $15/adult; Under FREE.
- 12/8/18: Star of Wonder – Reimagined! | Minneapolis Institute of Art • Clap, wiggle, and sing along to your favorite holiday songs • Tickets prices $15/adult; Under 18 FREE.
- 2/2/19: Frozen Movie Sing-Along | American Swedish Institute • Don your best Frozen attire and sing-along to this Disney classic with Elsa and Anna • Tickets prices $15/adult; Under 18 FREE.
- 3/30/19: Tales & Tunes | Plymouth Congregational Church, Minneapolis • A musical story time withe a craft, sing along nursery rhymes and Nancy Carlson reading some of her most-loved books. • Tickets prices $15/adult; Under 18 FREE.
- 3/30/19: ¡Cantaré! Community Concert | Ordway, St. Paul • Celebrate Mexico through new music sung by students. • FREE, Tickets Available 3/18/19.