The Master Singers

Supported in part by grants from

Wisconsin Arts Board

Media Sponsor

Wisconsin Public Radio

Concert Sponsors

The Casper Foundation

Chippewa Valley Eye Clinic

German-American Heritage Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Gary & Nancy Schwartzhoff

The Bailey Family

Missa Choralis Series

Friends of the Master Singers

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The Master Singers

The Master Singers: Eau Claire's finest professional choral music ensemble.

The Master Singers begin their 21st season in 2013. The ensemble is dedicated to the fostering, promotion and appreciation of choral music in the greater Chippewa Valley. Read more about the Master Singers...

Announcing the 2013-2014 Master Singers Season

Purple Ribbon Image: Easter Concert

Choral Images: Requiem for the Living

Sunday, April 6, 2014 | 2:00 p.m.
First Congregational Church, Eau Claire

Saturday, April 5, 2014 | 4:30 p.m.
Basilica of Saint Mary
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Free Admission

Get complete details about these and other ancillary performances


Master Singers poster to be featured in May 2013 issue of Eau Claire's "Senior Review" newspaper.

Master Singers at Kennedy Center

Master Singers Perform at Kennedy Center

On February 3, 2013, the Master Singers participated in the National Presidents' Day Choral Festival at Kennedy Center, Washington D.C. read more...

"No Ordinary Chorus," writes Eau Claire freelance author, Tom Pamperin, describing The Master Singers in an article published in the Wisconsin Academy of Arts, Letters & Sciences' magazine, Wisconsin People And Ideas.

Dr. Schwartzhoff Receives Morris D. Hayes Award

Dr. Gary R. Schwartzhoff, the artistic director and conductor for The Master Singers, was recently awarded the prestigious Morris D. Hayes Award. read more...

"Since poetry is written for the ear as well as the eye, and since throughout most of human history poetry and song were considered a single genre, I’m very happy for the chance to collaborate with such a talented composer, Andrew Steffen, and for the opportunity to hear these words lifted from the page by such gifted musicians, The Master Singers."

— Max Garland, Wisconsin Poet Laureate

"I am honored to be serving as The Master Singer's first Composer-in-Residence for the 2012-2013 Concert Season. The high standard of musical quality the ensemble and conductor put forth in their performances is one to excite any composer to follow. As an assistant accompanist for The Master Singers over the past couple of years, I am thrilled to take a new role in the ensemble as a composer and vocalist."

-- Andrew Steffen, Composer-in-Residence 2012-2013

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