About the Chorus

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The Huron Valley Community Chorus has been providing singing entertainment to the Michigan communities of Commerce Township, Highland, Milford, and White Lake since 1977. The group sings a wide variety of music, consisting of everything from “Brahms to Boogie”. The chorus is typically comprised of 30 to 40 volunteer members. Each member shares a passion for singing and enjoys performing at concerts held twice a year, once in early May and again in December. The chorus also performs at various community events throughout the year such as the Bogie Lake Arts & Greens Holiday Market in White Lake and Milford’s Christmas Open House.

The Huron Valley Community Chorus is an incredibly enjoyable experience. Do you want to meet new and friendly people? Do you love music? Can you follow along with music and stay on pitch? Do you wish you could share your voice with others? Decide to add a little fun to your life and join the Huron Valley Community Chorus. No audition is needed to join. All voices are welcome. We hope to see you soon!

Huron Valley Community Chorus at rehearsal practicing for upcoming concert

I don't sing because I'm happy. I'm happy because I sing.

William James

Jacqueline Rhodes, director, Huron Valley Community Chorus


Jacqueline (Jacque) Rhodes has a B.A. in Music, Voice, Conducting, and Organ from Oakland University. She has over thirty years experience as a musician and has directed the Huron Valley Community Chorus (HVCC) since 1998. Jacque has been interested in music from a very early age. In addition to directing the Huron Valley Community Chorus, Jacque is an organist and church choir director for Faith Lutheran Church in Highland, MI. She also offers voice and piano lessons to all ages. When she is not involved with music, she is performing as a ventriloquist, drawing and sketching, and taking care of her husband, Dean, her two horses, and pitbull.

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