Announcing the DMC Christmas Concert

Christmas Concert

Announcing the Davis Master Chorale Winter Christmas Concert, Dec 4th, at 7pm, in the Layton High School auditorium. [MAP]

Musical selections will include traditional, spiritual, and downright glorious pieces from composers such as John Rutter, Dan Forrest, and a new arrangement of Silent Night by Peter Angelea that’s destined to be a classic!

The concert is free, but a suggested donation of $5 per person would be greatly appreciated. This would make a wonderful Family Home Evening activity, after which you can drive your family through Layton’s light display right across the street.


DMC Annual Potluck Social

Announcing the annual Davis Master Chorale Potluck Social to kick off another music filled year!

When: Tuesday, Sept 5th, at 6:30 pm.

Where: Bowery located behind the LDS building at 2435 Canyon Rim Dr, Layton. (MAP)

Bring: A main for yourself and a potluck item to share.

Also bring: Your spouse or partner, family, friends, and a hearty appetite.

DMC will provide paper products and plastic utensils.

Chorale rehearsals for the Winter Season will begin the following Tuesday, Sept 12, at 7:30 pm in the Davis High School choir room.

DMC 2017 Summer Season Rehearsals Starting

Rehearsals for the Davis Master Chorale Summer Season begins May 2 in the choir room at Davis High School. Rehearsals are every Tuesday evening from 7:30 to 9:30 pm. No audition required and just $20 per person. We’ll be singing patriotic music with a smattering of Broadway.

Northridge HS Student Awarded the 2017 Davis Master Chorale Scholarship

For the past decade the Davis Master Chorale has awarded a scholarship to a Davis County School District High School senior who has excelled in both music and academics. The funds for the scholarship are generated by donations from Chorale members. The Chorale is pleased to announce that this year’s scholarship has been awarded to Northridge High School senior Cuin Murphy. Cuin has been an active musician beginning at North Layton Junior High School where he participated in concert band and jazz band. As he moved on to High School his horizons expanded to jazz band, concert band, woodwind ensemble, pit ensemble for several musical productions, and field show marching band. During the past year he has served as a teacher assistant for orchestra and percussion, assistant director of the Knight Beat jazz band, marching band woodwind captain, and assistant music director for the school’s production of Xanadu. Cuin was awarded 1st place in Utah State Solo and Ensemble Competition in 2016 &2017, 1st place as Disneyland Outstanding Jazz Soloist in 2016. This summer will see him participating with the Utah Ambassadors of Music European Tour Group. Cuin is proficient in eight musical instruments: Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Drums, Ukulele, Trombone, and Bassoon.

After graduation from Northridge High School, Cuin plans to attend Weber State University to obtain a Bachelor of Music Education degree.

The Chorale is pleased to be able to assist such talented young people in furthering their musical education. By example, one of the soloists in our April 24 concert, Charity Cooper, was a previous scholarship recipient who is attending Snow College in Ephraim, UT to further her music education.