The Temecula Valley Master Chorale was created to provide a repertory of choral music which seeks to nurture the public's appreciation of the life-enhancing qualities of the choral arts. Our mission is to provide local performances which will enrich the educational and cultural life of the community, to help and encourage young artists to expand their musical experience, and to demonstrate a professional attitude while performing quality musical literature.
Chorale members come from across the Inland Empire and from all walks of life and professions. For some, music is their vocation as teachers and choir directors; but for many others it is their avocation, a great way to enrich their lives by coming together with others who love to sing and perform beautiful and challenging works of music.
The Temecula Valley Master Chorale is a self-supporting, non-profit, volunteer chorus, and its singers feel that the opportunity to sing with TVMC is rewarding, informative and FUN – an amazing "team sport"! TVMC strives to make each concert an inspirational and entertaining experience for the audience.
The Chorale's Community Outreach program make participation especially rewarding. Through ticket sales and fundraising, both scholarships and vocal competition prizes are awarded each year to students who are interested in pursuing solo and choral performance.
TVMC appreciates audience and volunteer support in its efforts to make beautiful music!
Board of Directors
Members of the Chorale's Board of Directors are all volunteers and serve a three year term.
The current directors are:
Luke Kirkendall, President
Sylvia Allen, Vice President
Fredda Koupal, Secretary
Susan Dickson, Treasurer
Marsha Hudson, Member
Annette Howard, Member
John Byun, Ad Hoc Member