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Marion: Home of a President

Twitter: @CardChorale Instagram: cardinalchorale Facebook: The Cardinal Chorale To our first tour stop we depart! 6/16/2018 This morning we met for one last rehearsal before lunch. Our lunch today was a baked potato bar graciously provided by Melinda Gale and Luane Campbell. Their support for the Chorale has been amazing, and we are very grateful for the pillow cases they made for us.… Read more →

On My Way to Coshocton

Twitter: @CardChorale Instagram: cardinalchorale Facebook: The Cardinal Chorale It’s time again for the annual Cardinal Chorale Summer Tour!  6/15/2018 This morning, singers voyaged to Coshocton from all over the state to rehearse music for our upcoming performances. Since we hadn’t seen each other since February, it was great to reconnect and catch up. Over 20 volunteers contributed to providing us with lunch,… Read more →

Cardinal Chorale Tour June 15 -21, 2018

SATURDAY, JUNE 16 Prospect Street United Methodist Church 185 South Prospect Street Marion, OH 43302 Concert: 7:30 p.m.   SUNDAY, JUNE 17 All Shepherds Lutheran Church 6580 Columbus Pike Lewis Center, OH 43035 Worship: 9:30 a.m. Concert: 7:30 p.m.   MONDAY, JUNE 18 Friendship Village 5800 Forest Hills Boulevard Columbus, OH 43231 Concert: 10:30 a.m.   MONDAY, JUNE 18 Lakeside… Read more →

A Choral Fanfare of Thanks

The Cardinal Chorale met again for the second day of our reunion. To show our appreciation for Coshocton Presbyterian Church hosting our weekend together, we performed a few our of pieces during the worship service. Shout to God, Give Us Hope, and Song of Farewell were sung better than they had ever been thanks to our rehearsal the day before. The Cardinal Chorale also collaborated with… Read more →

Reunited Once More

The Chorale has been waiting an excruciatingly long three weeks to see each other again since our last performance, so there were many hugs to go around as we all arrived at the Coshocton Presbyterian Church this afternoon. Though we were sad to have to cancel our concert last week and postpone our weekend together due to weather, the right… Read more →

Reunion Weekend, Concert Cancelled

Hello, Friends: In anticipation of worsening weather conditions, the Cardinal Chorale concert in Coshocton, scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled. Health and safety are always in the driver’s seat, and we’re especially cautious with so many traveling long distances. Please help us spread the word. Stay safe – and warm! Read more →

Christmas Again!

The Cardinal Chorale is back together again! After a long five months apart, we met each other with many hugs and how-have-you-beens at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Pickerington. Seeing each other again was wonderful; we could all feel the love everyone has for this group. A brief warmup and rehearsal in the morning was followed by some sectional time. After… Read more →

Post-Christmas Concert: December 28th 7 p.m.

The Cardinal Chorale will share their annual post-Christmas concert on Thursday, December 28th at 7 p.m. at Epiphany Lutheran Church in Pickerington. The program will feature songs from their 2017 program “Give Us Hope” and 2016 program “Seize the Day.”  There is no charge for the concert but an offering will be received to help defray concert expenses. Fill your… Read more →

That’s All for Now, Folks

After what felt like both a lifetime and one of the shortest weeks ever, the final day of Chorale Workshop has arrived. Singers headed to breakfast with our Opera for one last Opus Huddle. After going over the schedule for the day, we headed to one more rehearsal in Walter Hall. From there we migrated over to Caldwell Hall to… Read more →

A Friend in the Road

Oh, what a beautiful morning the 23rd Edition of the Cardinal Chorale experienced! We awoke bright and early for our final full-length day of Workshop. At breakfast, like every other morning, each Opus was assigned an “Opus Challenge,” in which each member is assigned a specific task for the day. Sometimes they are funny, and sometimes they are serious. Opus… Read more →