Deer Creek Chorale seeks new members



The Deer Creek Chorale is looking for some new members. Here are the details:


Do you love to sing? Are you looking to join a community of musicians that is compassionate, dedicated, philanthropic, interesting and just plain fun?


Then you are invited to become a part of the Deer Creek Chorale, a vibrant and unique inter-generational, non-auditioned community chorus.


Established in 2007 by Martha Banghart, founder and artistic director, the DCC is diverse group of about 70 singers of all ages, abilities, backgrounds, and professions. The chorus has done an array of masterworks, commissioned pieces, and music of exciting contemporary composers, has worked with some of the top choral professionals in the field; has collaborated with Susquehanna Symphony Orchestra, Baltimore Choral Arts Society and the Susquehanna Youth Ballet, and has performed from Carnegie Hall to the Great Wall of China.


The DCC also strives to support the local and international community. Past benefit concerts have raised funds to support Haiti’s Earthquake Relief Fund, the construction of an international school in Pakistan, Jackie McCosh Concert Fund, Betty Banghart Scholarship Fund, Johns Hopkins Camp Sunrise, Project C.U.R.E. and the Harford Family House.


This year’s repertoire includes Carmina Burana and Dona Nobis Pacem by Ralph Vaughn Williams.


Rehearsals began on Tuesday, September 17 from 7-9 pm, and will be held at Bethel Presbyterian Church, 4135 Norrisville Road, White Hall, MD 21161.


To see the full schedule and for more information about membership in the DCC, visit