Upcoming Concerts



Spring 2023



  • Dates and locations to be announced


Prairie Arts Chorale featured on PBS



The Prairie Arts Chorale was featured on Pioneer Public Television's "Postcard" program -- watch below:




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ACDA 2022 State Conference


Prairie Arts Chorale was recognized for an outstanding musical performance at the 2022 State Conference of the American Chorale Director's Association (ACDA) of Minnesota, held on November 19, 2022 at St. Andrew's Lutheran Church in Mahtomedi, MN.

Fall 2022 ACDA Photo

CALLING ALL SINGERS!


Are you leaving college but want to continue singing with a choir? Have you sung with a choir in the past and want to sing again? Are you singing with a choir now, but are looking for more opportunities to sing?

The Prairie Arts Chorale is an adult auditioned regional choir in southwest/west central Minnesota. Our mission is to promote high quality choral music, and the arts in general, in our region of rural Minnesota. The chorale rehearses weekly, with breaks during the summer and winter, and performs at various venues around the region.

Interested? For more information, check out our Facebook page, or contact us.

Let’s make beautiful music together!

Fall 2021 Group Photo



Job Openings



PRAIRIE ARTS CHORALE BOARD MEMBER

A board member should be a supporter of the chorale and bring useful experience to the board, such as working with non-profits, business knowledge, grant writing, arts organizing, leadership, etc. The board meets approximately every other month for a couple hours and is charged with overseeing staff, monitoring finances, and generally making decisions regarding the administration and policies of the chorale. This is a volunteer position.

If interested, or for more information, contact us.



Sponsorship


Interested in sponsoring Prairie Arts Chorale, and seeing your name and business logo on our programs and web site? Click here for details and a sponsorship form.



Southwest Minnesota Arts Council logoThis activity is funded, in part, by a grant from the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council through an appropriation from the MN State Legislature with money from the State’s general fund.