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The Midland Center for the Arts Chorale features beautiful voices and engaging, stunning repertoire, under the direction of new Conductor Dr. Letícia Grützmann!
The Chorale rehearses Mondays from 7-9 PM at the Center.

Interested in joining? Contact Dr. Grützmann at to coordinate a Monday rehearsal you can attend with the choir.


Upcoming Concerts

Midland Center for the Arts: Holiday Pops

SAT, DEC 9, 2023 / 3 PM (Relaxed Performance) & 8 PM
Midland Center for the Arts

The Midland Center for the Arts Chorale joins the Midland Symphony Orchestra and Broadway star Abby Mueller at our annual holiday tradition! Abby originated the role of Queen Jane Seymour in the Tony ® Award-winning smash hit SIX: THE MUSICAL on Broadway, originated the role of Carole for the First National Tour of BEAUTIFUL: THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, and reprised that critically acclaimed performance on Broadway. Other credits include KINKY BOOTS on Broadway and extensive regional roles, including Fantine in LES MISÉRABLES, Eliza in MY FAIR LADY, Ellen in MISS SAIGON, and Abigail Adams in 1776.

Don’t miss an evening of carols and your favorite seasonal tunes at this signature event of the Great Lakes Bay Region’s holiday season.

Meet the Conductor!

Dr. Letícia Grützmann is the newly appointed Conductor of the Midland Center for the Arts Chorale and Camerata. She comes to the Chorale with over fifteen years of experience as a choral director, singer, and clinician. Having conducted a variety of ensemble levels, from children to senior, and from school to collegiate and professional choirs, Dr. Grützmann brings versatility and a vast knowledge of repertoire and rehearsal approaches. She is also the newly appointed Director of Choral Studies at Saginaw Valley State University, where she conducts two choirs and teaches voice private students, conducting class, aural skills, and other classes in the choral area of the Music Education degree.

Dr. Grützmann is a Brazilian artist. In Brazil, she earned two undergraduate degrees, one in Conducting Performance, and later a Music Education degree with Voice emphasis. There, she was an active choral scholar, singing in professional choirs and in a quartet specializing in Renaissance Music. She also performed multiple times as a soloist for choral/orchestral major works, and several opera choruses. In addition to her singing activities, she held several appointments conducting community, church, and children’s choirs. Dr. Grützmann was also the Assistant Conductor for the String Orchestra at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, and for the University of Caxias do Sul Symphony Orchestra.

In 2015, Dr. Grützmann moved to the United States to pursue her graduate studies. She earned two Master’s degrees from West Virginia University: Conducting and Voice Performance. At the same institution, she later earned a Doctoral degree in Conducting. During her Doctorate, she founded the Vox Principalis Choral Association, dedicated to the performances of major works for choir and orchestra. She was also the Conductor of the West Virginia Women’s Chorus, regularly collaborating with the Morgantown Community Orchestra, and the Conductor for the Morgantown Children’s Chorus, regularly collaborating with the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra and the Morgantown Community Orchestra.