The Master's Touch Chorale
November 25, 2012
Church of the Redeemer
125 Tompkins Street
The Master's Touch Chorale will perform their first Christmas concert of the 2012 season at The Church of the Redeemer located at 125 Tompkins Street, Cortland, on Sunday, November 25 at 4 PM.
The Master's Touch Chorale is a choir of 40 dedicated faith based singers, from some 22 churches of 17 denominations, who are united by their common faith in Jesus Christ through the ministry of music. The singers, from many communities, professions and walks of life in the central New York area, meet every other Sunday evening throughout the year to rehearse.
Founded in April of 1993, The Master's Touch is now in its 20th year of ministry under the musical direction of Warren Ottey, who also serves as Music Director of The Syracuse Choral and as Organist /Choir Director at the Episcopal Church of St. Mark the Evangelist in Syracuse, NY. During their tenure of ministry The Master's Touch, which charges no fee, has sung in many churches and at community events over a wide geographical area. In addition, the Master's Touch was privileged to sing concerts on December 21, 2002, December 20, 2004 and December 22, 2008 at The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.
Featuring a menu of Christian music ranging from Beethoven to Bluegrass, The Master's Touch Chorale strives to please the musical palate of every listener in every concert. Members of the wider Cortland Community are invited to attend. Cookies and wassail will be served following the concert. An offering will be taken to help support the expenses of the Chorale.