Hutchinson Center for the Arts has brought greater arts awareness of Crow River Singers. The organization has seen strengthening and growth in both choir membership and concert attendees. The Arts Center has also provided an avenue for our organization to receive grants and donations.
What is the value of singing in a group of men and women of all ages and all skill levels?
Our group is diverse in all ages & skill levels. Our choir membership gains personal growth and education in the musical arts by sharing our love of music with others in the community. The Crow River Singers represent a group of people who just want to sing! Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on what we’re doing year round!
Crow River Singers Holiday Concert “A Classical Christmas” performs Dec. 4th at 7pm and Dec. 6th at 2pm- What will the community experience when they see a performance?
The Crow River Singers are looking forward to presenting their upcoming concert season to the Community. Director, Paul Otte, along with co-directors, Brian Brosz, Jim Nelson & Judy Hoeft have created a program that features a unique blend of long-forgotten and modern day carols. We will be accompanied by Naomi Shadis on paino and John ‘A-Frame’ Beck on percussion. Our choir members and the community will experience a very professional, affordable holiday program that will be guaranteed to please and bring great joy to hearts of those who participate.
The Crow River Singers have performed at numerous outside venues in recent years, including: Common Cup Benefit Concerts, Christmas Caroling at the Mall, Hutchinson Library Square, Hutchinson Chamber/Jaycees events, The Peace Center and McLeod County Historical Museum. The choir most recently did a collaboration with Crow River Area Youth Orchestra in a presentation of Handel’s The Messiah last fall.