The Concordia Choir
Since 1920, the 72-voice choir has performed in nearly every major hall including Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center as well as numerous international tours.
The Choir's world-class quality is highlighted in a recording session with the Grammy Award-winning King’s Singers. In May 2017, the Choir toured Germany in observation of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.
The Concordia Choir is featured in the Emmy-winning Concordia Christmas Concerts, which are nationally broadcast on public television. The choir’s recordings are distributed internationally and through iTunes, making it one of the top-selling choirs in the country.
Dr. Michael Culloton is the fourth director in the choir's 100-year history. Along with his twin brother, Culloton is also the co-editor of the Matthew and Michael Culloton Choral Series with Santa Barbara Music Publishing Inc. In 2009, he was a featured conductor in “Never Stop Singing,” a documentary about the history of choral music in Minnesota.