We are excited to be in our 29th season and we hope you will join us in person or via livestream! Our calendar is finalized, and we are pleased to present to you our new season lineup:

October 30, 2022: Our annual Harvest of Song, “Something Wicked This Way Comes”, with a free will offering benefiting the Food Pantry at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  Patrons are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food or personal hygiene item for the pantry.  Also, after the concert we’ll have a trick or treat event for kids of all ages!  Concert begins at 4:00pm at St.Paul’s Episcopal Church, Flint and will also be livestreamed.

December 11, 2022: Join us for our Yuletide Festival, at 4:00pm at St. Paul’s (in-person and livestreamed). This concert will feature many traditional Christmas music – sometimes with a twist – as well as new or rarely heard music.

March 12, 2023: Join us at 4:00 at St. Paul’s or via livestream for a mid-winter concert, “The Enchanted Isles” featuring the music of Scotland and Ireland.  You will hear familiar tunes such as “Danny Boy” and “Loch Lomond” as well as new music.  

May 7, 2023: We wrap up our season with our last concert, “Flower of Beauty”, at 4:00pm at St. Paul’s or via livestream.   This concert will be a celebration of Spring and all the joy that comes with it!

Tickets are $12 and are available at the door 45 minutes prior to each performance. You may also purchase tickets ONLINE HERE. You can also purchase Livestream tickets and watch our concerts online.  Not sure which concert you want to attend or want to give a concert ticket as a gift?  Purchase gift cards HERE!

We use many of our concerts as an opportunity to showcase local talent and this year we are proud to be celebrating our next concert season!

Check back here for updates about upcoming concerts as our season progresses!

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church: 711 Saginaw St, Flint, MI 48502


10 Replies to “Concerts”

  1. I wish that you would published the entire program for each of your concerts. It would be of great help for those of us who are musicians. Thank you for your time and assistance in this matter.

  2. Hello Dennis, each program consists of about 14 songs of which we don’t know the program order until a few weeks prior to the concert. With each concert we do usually have some instrumentalists as well. This provides a slight break for the chorale members.

    Sincerely, New Century Chorale

  3. Hi Cheryl-

    No we won’t have organ music but we will have a string trio accompanying us on a few pieces and they will also be playing some carols. Hope to see you there! Tickets are available online or from any member!

    Lynn Wandrey
    President, New Century Chorale

  4. My husban and I plan to attend the concert on Dec. 8 at 7 p.m. we will
    Pay for the tickets at the door.

  5. We wish to attend your Holiday concert but the date listed is December 12, 2022 which is a Monday!!!! Is this correct? Please let us know so we may come.

  6. I sent you an email. But our Christmas concert is on Sunday Dec 11th. Not 12th. Thanks for asking. Hope you enjoy the concert.

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