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Welcome to the Glen Ellyn-Wheaton Chorale

The Glen Ellyn-Wheaton Chorale has been providing an eclectic mix of choral music for Chicago's western suburbs for more than 30 years. You'll find everything from the classics to jazz to spirituals on the Chorale's concert programs—all performed by people who love to sing! The Chorale is home to 50-60 singers from a variety of backgrounds. Our goal is to enjoy and appreciate the gift we have in music, and to bring that gift to you in our concerts. We hope to see you in our audience very soon!

Give the Gift of Song!

Give the gift of song this holiday season!

Holiday Carolgrams

We'll call your friends and family
and serenade them with a carol from our Wintersong concert!

Visit our Carolgram Shop to order today!

Audition to Join Us!

The Glen Ellyn-Wheaton Chorale will be holding auditions for

Tenors & Basses

in preparation for our
Spring 2018 concert season.

Please fill out our online
Audition Request Form
if you're interested in singing
with our group!

To hear from our members about their reasons for singing with the Chorale, see our special video:

"Why I Sing"

Friends of the Chorale

Lon and Linda Oury

Wheaton, IL

Song Level

Lorraine and Robert
Nieland

Naperville, IL

Melody Level

Jeff Kling,
Southpaw Painting

Oswego, IL

Melody Level

Anonymous Donor

Wheaton, IL

Melody Level

 

Joseph Lombardo
and Family

Glen Ellyn, IL

Melody Level

Arthur Kulak

Elk Grove Village, IL

Song Level

Ann and Charles Evans

Glen Ellyn, IL

Melody Level

 

Sharon and Bill Knott

Batavia, IL

Melody Level

Diana M. Visco, DDS

Roselle, IL

Song Level

Larry Fuhrer,
Presidential Services

Naperville, IL

Melody Level

Patricia and Richard May

Glen Ellyn, IL

Melody Level

 

Parmelee WebWorks

Full Musical Score Level

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