The Tower Chorale

Awake! Awake! Let Music Live!
-Joseph Martin

Now in our 38th Season!

The Tower Chorale Welcomes You to a Wonderful 38th Season of Music!

The Tower Chorale offers a variety of secular and sacred musical experiences, which provides a wonderful entertainment resource for the community and great satisfaction for its performers. This season is the twelfth under the baton of Patrick Godon.

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It is the selfless contributions you give that help the Tower Chorale grow. Click here to donate and keep the Tower Chorale strong.

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Find out when the Tower Chorale, a community chorus that includes both amateurs and professionals, performs the chorale’s three-concert format providing a variety and interest not only for the singers, but for the audience. We have a sacred and secular holiday concert, one master works, and a pops concert. Click here for tickets to upcoming performances.

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There are several ways you can help bring the arts to the community simply by volunteering your time and talent. Whether we’re planning a fundraiser, recruiting news singers, or serving on a committee, we always welcome additional helping hands. Explore the options.

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Come one, come all to add yours to the mighty voices of the Tower Chorale, where you can sing your favorite songs and discover new ones. Rehearsals are at Western Springs Grand Avenue Community Center and are held each Monday from 7:15 pm – 9:15 pm.

Current Concerts

Listen to some of our favorite songs performed by us just for you.

Achieved is the Glorious Work

And from the Ethereal Vaults

Can’t Take That Away

Embraceable You

Angels We Have Heard on High

Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off

The Lord is Great

What Sweeter Music

White Christmas


What an accomplishment. We enjoyed it soooooooooooooo much. Can’t imagine the challenge. Am saving the program and rereading that beautiful poetry.
Thank you,
Nancy and Tom
Wow, wow, wow!!! The concert blew us away! (I should have brought more kleenex!). Sue and my sister (Rudy) and I were treated to an awesome choir of passionate, clear, beautifully rehearsed voices (of angels)!
Friend of the Tower
Just want to let you and Bonnie know that we thoroughly enjoyed your concert last night.  Voices, instrumental, quality of performance was great! And I loved watching your director…..he just exudes music and the love he has for it, which in turn reflects to you all. Thanks so much for getting the tickets for us and inviting us!
Clarice and Bill
I’m so glad we went to the concert last night.  In the first half, Shenandoah  has always been one of my favorites (ever since high school), and I often play it with improvised versions on the piano, just for enjoyment.  The folk songs from the late 60’s have always rung true to me — Where Have All the Flowers Gone and Sound of Silence, especially.  I have really liked This Land is Your Land ever since I heard Bruce Springsteen’s rendition on a 1980’s album.  The choral arrangements and variations from the original were interesting, too.  The program relaxed me after a very busy, rushed week.
Dear singing friends,
OUTSTANDING, AMAZING, THRILLING, MOVING, JOYFUL, INSPIRING, AWESOME, BEAUTIFUL!!! I could go on and on with superlatives to tell you how wonderful your Tower Chorale concert was yesterday!! It is hard to believe that a group of good but non-professional singers, who practice once a week starting in September, could have mastered that wonderful but challenging music!! All of the soloists were so spot on! The orchestra was amazing and I can only imagine how thrilled you all were when you finally got together with them to get the whole effect of those wonderful rhythms and instrumental textures.

I have to admit that I was disappointed to learn that you were not doing a Christmas Concert this year (my favorite), but yesterday’s concert made up for it many times over. Thank you so much for providing such a thrilling afternoon!!
Hi Tower Chorale lovelies,
I was soooo proud of all of you this afternoon! The concert was beautiful and interesting, and your solos were so perfectly right! That was a very challenging collection of music with the Spanish texts, rhythms and vocal demands!! I was grateful for the translations, and also glad when you sang some things in English, but enjoyed the creative arrangements of those wonderful songs. That may be the biggest Tower Chorale we’ve seen in a while! Because I’ve been flirting with a cold we sat way in the back so we could sit with some space around us (not wanting to share my germs with others). so I couldn’t see very well. I like to be up closer as a rule, but the sound was excellent way to the back. How did all of you feel about the new location. It was a pleasant setting from the stand point of the audience. I was also soooo proud of Jason. I didn’t find the names of the instrumentalist until the very end. I was hoping it was him playing the guitar—-and it was! I hope his Music Club connections helped him get the job. Thanks for a wonderful musical treat this afternoon.
Cough and sneeze,
Kathryn Price