December 8, 2022 at 1:00 p.m.
Location: Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 1800 W. Maple Road, Birmingham
“Wonderful Sounds of Winter”
Jan Casai, Chairman of the Day
- The Birmingham Musicale Choral Ensemble, Joe Bentley, Director
- Rick Helderop, Organist
- The Birmingham Musicale String Ensemble, Timothy Nicolia, Conductor
January 2023 – NO PROGRAM MEETING
February 9, 2023 at 1:00 p.m.
Location: Congregational Church of Birmingham, 1000 Cranbrook Rd, Bloomfield Hills
“Earth Voices” Lillian Dean, Chairman of the Day
- ROSO Flute Trio: Robyn Myers, Jennie Spenner, Lisa Wade
- Terra Voce Piano Trio: Kelly Roenicke, Violin; Karen Wingert, cello; Doris Hall, Piano
- Terra Voce Ensemble: Lillian Dean, Clarinet; Kelly Roenicke, Violin: Karen Wingert, Cello; Doris Hall, Piano
March 9, 2023 at 7:30 p.m. (NOTE TIME!)
“Opera Potpourri” Bonnie L. Brooks, Chairman of the Day
Doris Hall, Piano Accompanist
Bonnie Brooks, Dorothy Duensing, Pam Dundas, Susan McDonald, Gail Mitchell, Kaye Rittinger, James Rose, Jr, Beatrice Wassenberg
Bellissima! Handbell Choir, Judy Phillips, Director
April 13, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. Location: Congregational Church of Birmingham, 1000 Cranbrook Rd, Bloomfield Hills
“Hail to the Music Makers and Dreamers of Dreams”
Mary Irvine, Chairman of the Day
- Winners of The Birmingham Musicale 2023 Music Awards
- The Birmingham Musicale String Ensemble Timothy Nicolia, Conductor
May 11, 2023
Annual Luncheon of The Birmingham Musicale
Location: Orchard Lake Country Club, 5000 W. Shore Dr., Orchard Lake
Please Note: Reservations Required
“A Fine Finale”
Kaye Rittinger, Chairman of the Day
The Birmingham Musicale Choral Ensemble Joe Bentley, Director
The Objectives of the Birmingham Musicale are:
- To stimulate musical interest
- To develop the musical talents of its members
- To give both private and public concerts in the City of Birmingham and vicinity
- To foster musical talents in young people
- To promote community service
The Birmingham Musicale, which began by presenting musical artists in concert, was founded in 1926.
Within its first ten years, The Birmingham Musicale became a member of the Michigan Federation of Music Clubs, a volunteer, non-profit organization affiliated with the National Federation of Music Clubs.
The organization has had a choral ensemble since its inception, and a string ensemble since 1957. Other ensembles include the Music Therapy Ensemble and the Musical Production Ensemble.
No longer is membership in The Birmingham Musicale confined to performers, as it once was. Now, associate membership is also available to all who wish to support the objectives of the club.
The Birmingham Musicale is affiliated with the Michigan Federation of Music Clubs and the National Federation of Music Clubs.
We also sponsor the following groups:
- Oakland University MFMC Membership Dues
- Spectrum Orchestra
- Redford Symphony
- Royal Oak Symphony
The Birmingham Musicale is a public charity under section 501(c)(3).
Contributions to The Birmingham Musicale are tax deductible under section 170 of IRS Code.