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Concerts

Announcing IMC’s 2022-23 Season

Presenting quality choral Music in a variety of genres

All performances:
Sunday at 4 pm
(unless otherwise noted)

Or call 909-798-4462

Poetry in Song

Poetry and music share many attributes: rhythm, flow, emotional expression, and deeper meanings. This concert presents the best of poetic verse in choral settings.

Sunday October 30, 2022

Handel's Messiah

The Chorale presents Handel’s Messiah in all its glory with soloists and a chamber orchestra.  

Sunday December 18, 2022

Ragtime, in concert

Ragtime tells the story of three families at the turn of the 20th Century in pursuit of the American dream.  The award-winning score uses ragtime rhythms to paint a portrait of the people who built this country with the hopes for a brighter tomorrow. 

Sunday March 5, 2023

Carmina Burana

Carl Orff’s masterpiece is beautiful, bold, mysterious, bawdy, satirical, and sensuous. Come along on this musical journey presented with orchestra and children’s choir.

Sunday, May 7, 2023

Inland Master Chorale Tickets

Inland Master Chorale offers individual concert tickets and season tickets. Seating is open, not assigned. Front sections are reserved for season ticket holders.

Purchase tickets in advance from Chorale members, via our reservation line (909) 798-4462 or the online link below. Transaction fees apply to online sales.

Single Tickets

Adult Advance: $25 ($30 at door)

Single Ticket Student/Child*: $10 

*Children under 5 not admitted. Free for Univ. of Redlands students.

Season Tickets

Save compared to individual concert pricing and enjoy reserved front section seating at all four concerts.

Season Adult: $85

Season Student/Child*: $40

*Children under 5 not admitted. Free for Univ. of Redlands students.

Announcing IMC’s 2021-22 Concert Season

The 2021-22 Season Celebrates our return to live performances!

All performances:
Sunday at 4 pm
(unless otherwise noted)

Or call 909-798-4462

Reflect, Remember, Rejoice

A concert to honor those we have lost to the COVID19 pandemic and celebrate the future before us.

  • Requiem, by Maurice Durafle
  • Lux Aeterna, by Morten Lauridsen
  • Additional repertoire celebrating our return to live performance!
Sunday October 17, 2021

Handel's Messiah

Handel’s Messiah is a holiday musical treasure that has awed audiences for centuries. Enjoy it gloriously presented with a full chorus, talented soloists, and a chamber orchestra.

Sunday December 19, 2021

Vox Populi: Songs of Our World

Music is a universal form of human expression.  Our Vox Populi  “Voice of the People” concert celebrates the sustaining power and diversity of music from around the globe.

Sunday March 13, 2022

Carmina Burana

Carl Orff’s masterpiece is beautiful, bold, mysterious, bawdy, satirical, and sensuous. Come along on this musical journey presented with orchestra and children’s choir.

Sunday May 22, 2022

Listen to Some of Our Past Performances

  1. Chorus: Glory to God Inland Master Chorale 2:02
  2. O Fortuna Inland Master Chorale 2:15
  3. Sanctus Inland Master Chorale 2:25
  4. Winter Wonderland Inland Master Chorale 2:46
  5. Gaudete Inland Master Chorale 1:50
  6. Lacrimosa Inland Master Chorale 2:29
  7. Not For Children Only Inland Master Chorale 4:04
  8. Somewhere Bernstein 4:00
  9. Dance, Dance My Heart Inland Master Chorale 2:03
  10. If Music Be the Food of Love Inland Master Chorale 6:43
  11. The Road Not Taken Inland Master Chorale 6:45

RECENT CONCERT SEASONS

2021-22

Vox Populi: Songs of Our World

Caroling, Caroling!

Reflect, Remember, Rejoice, featuring Fauré and Duruflé Requiems

2020-21 Virtual Season

Stars & Arirang

Stay Home for the Holidays

Les Misérables, in concert

2019-20

Songs of the Underground Railroad

Home for the Holidays

2018-19

Bernstein at 100
Carols and Lullabies
American Women in Music
Mozart Requiem & Mass of the Children

2017-18

Director’s Favorites
Christmas with Brass
An Evening in Vienna
Hymns, Psalms & Spiritual Songs

2016-17

Handel’s Messiah
Best of Broadway
Directors Favorites

2015-16

Haydn, Mozart, Shubert
Christmas Around World
Music, She Wrote
Just for the Fun of It