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Conductors Matthew Harden and John Flanery Share their “Fabulous Experience” Performing in Vienna

Conductors Matthew Harden and John Flanery Share their “Fabulous Experience” Performing in Vienna

On June 20, 2017, Matthew Harden and John Flanery conducted works by Haydn and James Mulholland respectively in the Minoritenkirche in Vienna, Austria as part of MidAm International’s Gala Concert featuring American Choirs. We asked both Harden and Flanery to share their experience conducting with MidAmerica Productions in Vienna: Matthew Harden: “My Singers… Rose to the Occasion” Matthew Harden is founder and artistic director of the adult chamber ensemble Madrigali et al., which is the fourth choral ensemble he has built over…

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Dr. Karl Chang on Performing in Carnegie Hall: “Absolutely Unforgettable”

Dr. Karl Chang on Performing in Carnegie Hall: “Absolutely Unforgettable”

On April 16, 2017, Dr. Karl Chang of the Crystal Children’s Choir in San Francisco, California led the Crystal Children’s Choir in a performance of choral works by John Rutter, Mozart, Rollo Dilworth, Bob Chilcott, Zhang Yida, Giancarlo Aquilanti, and Donald Moore in the Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall in New York City. We asked Dr. Chang to share a little about his experience with MidAmerica Productions in Carnegie Hall: I enjoyed greatly the amazing, collaborative experience at Carnegie Hall with our 200…

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Announcing Dates for MidAmerica Productions’ 35th Concert Season in Carnegie Hall – Solo Opportunities for Orchestras, Wind Ensembles, and Bands

Announcing Dates for MidAmerica Productions’ 35th Concert Season in Carnegie Hall – Solo Opportunities for Orchestras, Wind Ensembles, and Bands

Dear Music Colleagues, After more than three decades, MidAmerica Productions is proud to announce our 35th season at Carnegie Hall including concerts from April to June 2018. We invite you and your youth symphonic orchestra, wind ensemble or band to join us for a solo appearance under your baton. Solo appearances are predicated on a minimum of 50 performers and are 40 minutes of stage time in length totaling 34 minutes of music. The available dates open to you and…

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Conductor Scott Youngs Shares Thoughts on the “Fantastic Challenge” of Bringing Musicians Together in Carnegie Hall

Conductor Scott Youngs Shares Thoughts on the “Fantastic Challenge” of Bringing Musicians Together in Carnegie Hall

Scott Alan Youngs is the Artistic Director of the Arizona Bach Festival, the Director of Music for All Saints’ Episcopal Church and Day School, and adjunct faculty at Arizona State University. As Director of Music for All Saints’ Episcopal Church, he conducts the Chamber Choir, the Senior Choir, the Women’s Chant Choir, and the Boy and Girl Choristers of the Day School. He is also  the principal organist. As a pianist and organist, he has appeared in recital throughout Western…

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MidAmerica Productions Presents its First American Choral Competition in Carnegie Hall

MidAmerica Productions Presents its First American Choral Competition in Carnegie Hall

MidAmerica Productions, Inc. The Most Prolific Independent Producer & Presenter of Choral Concerts in the History of Carnegie Hall since May 5, 1891 Presents The Debut of MidAmerica’s  First American Choral Adjudication & Competition  in Historic CARNEGIE HALL   Two Divisions: High School & Adult/University Announcing GRAND PRIZES OF $10,000  Second Prizes: $5,000 — Third Prizes: $3,000 June 2, 2017 Dear Music Colleagues: For the first time in our 35-year history MidAmerica Productions is announcing an adjudicated choral competition which will take place in…

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MidAmerica Productions & MidAm International Inaugurate Next Generation Website

MidAmerica Productions & MidAm International Inaugurate Next Generation Website

All the latest bells and whistles compatible with traditional and mobile-friendly technologies are integrated into a new website launched by MidAmerica Productions and MidAm International on Thursday, December 1, 2016. The website incorporates easy access to MidAmerica’s and MidAm’s upcoming concert schedules in 2017 and future performance possibilities in 2018. The site also includes photos and videos of notable conductors and past concerts, company news and reviews, and the MidAmerica blog. A query form and live social media pages round…

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Star Performers: Carthage College Choir and Eduardo García-Novelli

Star Performers: Carthage College Choir and Eduardo García-Novelli

Carthage College was founded in 1847 as a private liberal arts institution in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Located directly on the scenic shores of Lake Michigan, it provides an idyllic location for higher education yet remains accessible from two major urban centers, Milwaukee and Chicago. The Carthage College Choir, founded in 1927, began as a small a cappella group which exclusively performed sacred music. Now, nearly 90 years later, the choir is a celebrated component of Wisconsin’s cultural landscape and performs regularly…

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How Do We Get to Carnegie Hall?

How Do We Get to Carnegie Hall?

Practice may be what gets you to Carnegie Hall, but what can you expect once you’re there? All over the world, musicians young and old aspire to perform in the hall that has become the epicenter of the modern classical music world. Even if Carnegie Hall seems larger than life, performing there is well within your grasp. Over the past 34 years, MidAmerica Productions has brought thousands of performers to Isaac Stern Auditorium/Perlman Stage at Carnegie Hall and we want…

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MidAmerica by the Numbers

MidAmerica by the Numbers

MidAmerica Productions has produced concerts all over the world for more than 34 years. Our work with literally thousands of performance groups has given us the expertise necessary to create truly memorable concert experiences. Check out our up-to-date statistics below and click to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.