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Twin Ports Choral Project

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Celebrating its 12th season, the Twin Ports Choral Project sings to inspire, engage, and educate audiences by sharing innovative and informed choral music performances in Northern Minnesota.


Twin Ports Choral Project encourages meaningful choral collaboration in the Twin Ports area. Highlights of these collaborations include J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion with LOON Opera and DSSO Maestro Dirk Meyer, the revival of Sister Martina Hughes’ The Highwayman with The College of St. Scholastica’s Early Music Orchestra and choirs; performances with the Lake Superior Chamber Orchestra; and frequent collaborations with Duluth East High School. Other educational clinics include: Duluth Denfeld, Minneapolis Southwest, Virginia, Robbinsdale Cooper, Robbinsdale Armstrong, Anoka, Andover, Angelica Cantanti. 

In 2023, the TPCP Chamber Singers debuted under the TPCP umbrella, an all-professional ensemble which supports and features vocal artists from the Twin Ports and greater Minnesota. 

Twin Ports Choral Project has been invited to perform at Minnesota Public Radio’s 2014 and 2015 Harmony in the Park, at the 2015 and 2023 American Choral Director's Association State Conference, and at the 2016 North Central American Choral Director's Association Regional Conference in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. TPCP was recently featured on Minnesota Public Radio's "Friday Favorites." In 2019-20, TPCP received regional press recognition for their performances of "Considering Matthew Shepard'' and patrons underwrote reprise performances which took place at the historic NorShore Theatre in downtown Duluth. 


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