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Detroit Concert Choir Auditions

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Detroit Concert Choir, Mike Mitchell conductor
THE DETROIT CONCERT CHOIR IS HOLDING AUDITIONS FOR NEW SINGERS The Detroit Concert Choir, under the leadership of Michael A. Mitchell, is now holding auditions (Aug 22 & 25) for the 2022-2022 season. We are looking for skilled choral singers who have the desire to be moved, inspired and challenged. With a tradition of award-winning choral excellence for over 35 years, DCC is a community of wonderful people who perform great music at a high level. Rehearsals take place Monday evenings and the season generally runs late August - May.

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