CELEBRATING OUR 12TH SEASON!

Home Page 1 cropped IMG 1057A510DSChorus Polaris is an eclectic community chamber chorus of 35 professional and amateur singers. We sing an extraordinary range of music, from Renaissance motets to jazz to masterworks with orchestra.  And we work hard to get out from behind the music, singing with spirit, expression, and skill.

Every singer is vital to our success. Each one of us learns not just the notes, but the style of singing called for in each song in our repertoire. Our rehearsals are richly musical. It's an exhilarating challenge for our singers that makes our concerts phenomenal.

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OUR MISSION
Chorus Polaris connects with the community through a broad range of musical styles, educational outreach, and collaboration. Our members pursue choral excellence to achieve expressive power that engages audiences in the celebration of the human experience through music.

OUR NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR!

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Chorus Polaris is enjoying a dynamic new season with William Mathis as new artistic director, and a renewed collaboration with Mississippi Valley Orchestra! For more info:
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UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

May 6, 2018
Debussy's Sirènes
featuring the women of Chorus Polaris with the Mississippi Valley Orchestra.

This concert is free of charge - donations gratefully accepted.

Read more concert information

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RECENT AUDIENCE COMMENTS
"Lot of music from a small chorus."
"Great song selection. Beautiful singing. Beautiful setting. WOW - Pipe organ - What a treat!"
"Wonderful - Made my day!"
"Love these concerts. Hope they continue for a long time. Thank you!"

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This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional
Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.