Los Angeles Master Chorale Association

Los Angeles Master Chorale Association

The Los Angeles Master Chorale is an independent and innovative professional vocal ensemble that shares the traditional and evolving spectrum of choral music with the widest possible audience, through performance, community education, collaboration, commissioning, and recording.

Amplifying the Voices of Angelenos

Los Angeles Master Chorale Association

The Los Angeles Master Chorale, a founding resident company of The Music Center and choir-in-residence at the Walt Disney Concert Hall, was established in 1964 by renowned conductor Roger Wagner. Today, the Chorale is widely recognized as the United States' leading professional choir and one of Southern California's most vibrant cultural treasures. At the Hollywood Bowl and the Walt Disney Concert Hall alone, the Chorale has performed more than 500 concerts in conjunction with the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Beyond these renowned Los Angeles venues, the two groups have toured together both through the United States and across Europe. In addition to the Chorale's vast repertoire of live and recorded performances, the group is deeply committed to community engagement and music educational programming including the High School Choir Festival and Big Sing California, both located at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Other programming, such as Voices Within, encourage students to engage with in-school songwriting and performances. Through this work, the Los Angeles Master Chorale seeks to represent the many diverse voices and identities of Los Angeles while inviting all to participate in choral music.

GRoW Support

2020

General Operating Support

2019

General Operating Support