Met Chorale Handbooks 

Handbook with basic information are available. If you have not received one or would like a replacement copy, please request one from Sarah Myers at or Prudy Klinger at
Chorale Retreat: 

Our annual chorale retreat will be held Saturday September 9th at Nazareth Lutheran Church in Cedar Falls (our rehearsal space).  We will start at 9:00 A.M. and conclude at 12:00 P.M.  It will be a fun morning and you are encouraged to attend.  We will eat a little, play a little and sing!  Registration will be available on this day and Monday the 11th also.   Doors 1, 2, and 3 will be available for us to use (these are the doors closest to Main st.)  Doors 2 and 3 provide the most direct access to the elevator and stairs to the 2nd floor choir room where we rehearse.  You may park wherever is most convenient for you - doors 1 & 2 are most easily accessed from the lot next to Main st. and door 3 from the back parking lot.  

A Message From Our President

President's Welcome to Metropolitan Chorale and our 2017-18 concert season!
From Board President, Linda Morgan - singing since 1990 

Met Chorale had a great first rehearsal on August 28th with 55+ singers. Singers can still join us on Saturday, September 9th at our Singing Retreat at Nazareth Lutheran from 9 am to noon. 
The last time to join us this fall will be Monday, September 11 at our regular Monday rehearsal, 7 – 9 also at Naz Lutheran in Cedar Falls.

We are pleased that you want to sing with us whether you are returning or a new member. Even though birth years of our members range from the 1940s to 2000 we all have a love of music, especially singing in a choir as our common passion.  Our Mission Statement says it very well –
The Metropolitan Chorale seeks to enrich the lives of its members and the community by mastering and performing excellent choral music. We entertain and educate through eclectic programs which feature familiar classics as well as works of contemporary composers. We unite music lovers, cultivate love for the arts and above all, have fun by celebrating life through song. 
Met Chorale exists for community arts enrichment starting with our singing members and their enjoyment of making good music together. 

 Please contact Membership chairs if you have questions:
Prudy Klinger at

See you at Monday rehearsals as we sing joyfully together!  

Concert Attire

Although our dress code does not require you to wear a specific garment, some members have had good luck with the following site.

More on our dress code can be found in the handbook. If you don't yet have one, request it from Sarah at or
Check our the "Resources" page for help on music!
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