The Susquehanna Chorale is a national-award-winning, auditioned choir based in Central Pennsylvania. Founded and directed by Linda L. Tedford, the 36-member chamber choir is known for the beauty of its tone, versatility of style and repertoire, and the artistry of its vocal communication with audiences. Let us share our music with you!
We Celebrate Alice Parker’s 90th Birthday!
We joined choirs from around the world in honoring Alice Parker, a true American Legend, for her 90th birthday by performing her arrangement of O Come, O Come Emmanuel as part of our concert. It is our honor and pleasure to be a part of this celebration!
Join us for our Spring concert: Sing Me to Heaven
Named for Daniel Gawthrop’s beloved and moving piece of the same name, Sing Me to Heaven will include an eclectic repertoire that looks at stars and ideas of heaven from a variety of perspectives and musical styles.
- Friday, May 6 at 8:00pm at Derry Presbyterian Church in Hershey, PA
- Saturday, May 7 at 8:00pm in The High Center at Messiah College in Grantham, PA
Susquehanna Chorale: American Prize Finalists
We have exciting news to share! The Susquehanna Chorale has just been named one of seven finalists in the American Prize competition for community choruses.
This national competition, founded in 2009 by the non-profit Hat City Music Theatre in Danbury, Connecticut to honor excellence in the performing arts, is based on recordings of recent performances. Entries are judged on artistic quality, “including the overall effect of the performance, musicality, rhythmic incisiveness, ensemble, tone quality, accuracy, intonation, [and] knowledge of style.”
The winner will be announced in the weeks to come. Meanwhile, we are honored to be included among the list of other finalists, and we deeply appreciate this recognition of our efforts to enrich lives through song!