A performing ensemble of the Moravian Music Foundation, in the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina, specializing in music of Moravian composers, from the past and the present day.
All voices welcome !
No audition required.
The Chorale seeks talented singers, with an interest in Moravian music,
who welcome a challenge and are committed to excellence.
Director: Drake Flynt, Director of Music at King Moravian Church, and conductor of the Great Sabbath Service of Music and Moramus Chorale. He is president of Second Nature Gardens, Ltd.
Accompanist: Mary Louise Kapp Peeples, organ
CONTACT: 457 South Church Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 Telephone: (336) 725-0651
Rehearsals: Standing schedule for the 2nd Saturday of the month 10:00am, and the Fourth Tuesday of the month 7:00 – 9:00pm. (Saturday dress rehearsals and additional sectionals and rehearsals are common, scheduled as needed.)
Rehearsals at Fries Memorial Moravian Church, 251 Hawthorne Rd N, Winston-Salem, NC
Drake Flynt, Director; firstname.lastname@example.org MMF office: 336-725-0651 (NC)
Moramus Chorale is a concert- and recording-level performance ensemble of the Moravian Music Foundation. The Moramus Chorale is a volunteer community choir dedicated to presenting quality choral performances of the music composed and sung by the early American Moravians and also of European composers of the late baroque and classical period that greatly influenced the Moravian choral tradition. It has premiered new works by living composers (Moravian and non-Moravian) and presented “first modern performances” of many (newly edited) works by historic composers (Moravian and non-Moravian). The Chorale seeks talented singers, with an interest in Moravian music, who welcome a challenge and are committed to excellence.
Moravian Music Foundation
Preserving, Celebrating, and Cultivating the Musical Life of the Moravians