Under the direction of Dr. Brandon Ulrich, Madrigal Chorale (MC) has a rich history of choral performance and community service that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. MC is comprised of over 40 men and women who share an unequaled commitment to excellence in vocal music performance.
“It is our mission to promote the appreciation and enjoyment of choral music through commitment to excellence in performance and to enrich the community through outreach programs.”
Our chorale members and artistic staff are vaccinated and wear masks in rehearsals and performances. We respectfully request our audience to follow the same safety protocols.
When you arrive at the concert, a volunteer will take your temperature and show you to your seat. We ask that you wear a mask that covers your mouth and nose the entire time you are inside our concert venue. If you did not bring a mask, one will be provided.
We will try to seat you where you desire, however we are placing families/groups together and social distancing them from other groups and our musicians.
Join Madrigal Chorale for a pre- or post-concert bite at The Fed Community restaurant ~ 15 S. Main St., Clarkston, MI 48346, 248-297-5833. Madrigal Chorale members and ticket holders to our Season of Rebirth concert on Saturday, December 4th at Clarkston United Methodist Church will receive 25% off their entrée with ticket stub, proof of online ticket purchase or proof of Madrigal Chorale membership. Tickets are available at the door or may be purchased online at madrigalchorale.org
Reservations are recommended, but not required. However, for any group over 6 we cannot guarantee seating availability without a reservation.