Concordia College Choir

The Concordia Choir of Moorhead, Minnesota, continues to affirm its reputation as one of America’s finest a cappella choirs. Since 1920, the 64-voice choir has performed in nearly every major hall, including Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center, as well as numerous international venues, including St. Peter’s Basilica. 

A February 2010 performance and recording session with the Grammy Award-winning King’s Singers and numerous National and Division ACDA Conference performances highlight the choir’s world-class quality.

The Concordia Choir is featured in the Emmy Award-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 conductor in the choir’s illustrious history, assuming the role in 2020 following former conductor René Clausen’s retirement. Dr. Culloton serves as a guest conductor, clinician, and lecturer throughout the country. Along with his twin brother, Dr. Culloton is the co-editor of the Matthew and Michael Culloton Choral Series with Santa Barbara Music Publishing Inc. He has been recognized as the Minnesota ACDA Young Conductor of the Year and also received the ACDA/VocalEssence Creative Programming Award for his work with the Choral Arts Ensemble of Rochester, Minn. 2023’s National Tour of the Central United States spans 16 days and includes locations between San Antonio and Minneapolis.

The world-renowned Concordia Choir of Moorhead, Minnesota, under the direction of  Dr. Michael Culloton, will perform at Plymouth Church on Monday, March 6 at 7 p.m. The 64-voice Concordia Choir continues to affirm its reputation as one of America’s finest a cappella choirs. 2023’s tour is Michael Culloton’s first tour through the Central United States as conductor of The Concordia Choir, who took over the position following René Clausen’s retirement in May 2020. “You MUST see them!” says Eric Whitacre Ticket prices are $20 for advance-sale general admission adult tickets and $25 at the door. Tickets are free for students of all ages. Tickets are on sale through EventBrite. To purchase your tickets today, visit: