Concert Choir

Elizabeth Egger


Elizabeth Egger is currently the choir director at Jordan Middle School, where her singers were selected in 2014 to perform at the Minnesota Music Educators Association (MMEA) Midwinter Convention. She earned her MA in Music Education at the University of St. Thomas and BM summa cum laude in Vocal Performance and Music Education at the University of Minnesota. Most recently, she directed the Cherub and Chorister Choirs at Plymouth Congregational Church and the Prelude Choir with the Minneapolis Youth Chorus.  A Wisconsin native, she has held teaching and conducting positions in schools and churches in the Milwaukee area including the Milwaukee Children's Choir. She has sung professionally with The Singers-Minnesota Choral Artists, Milwaukee Choral Artists, Florentine Opera, and Skylight Music Theatre. She is an active member of the American Choral Directors Association of Minnesota (ACDA).



The Concert Choir strives to take treble choral singing to the highest level.  Each week, the singers have time to work on vocal technique as well as note-learning, ensemble singing, and communicating emotion through music. The repertoire of this choir includes songs from around the world in many languages, as well as classic and sacred pieces from all genres of music, making the singers and audience aware of the diversity and commonality of our world.  There is always a place for tunes from the jazz and musical theater idiom on Concert Choir programs.   For the singers - combining their love of singing and experiencing the beauty and power in making music together also means having fun.

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Angelica Cantanti Youth Choirs

1800 W. Old Shakopee Road

Bloomington, MN  55431

(952) 563-8572


"We are friends forever when we sing together, the whole world is better when we sing."

                                                                                                        -Wallace Hornady

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Community Arts Education Support grant and the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.