Put aside all business, all stress, and travel back and discover all the things that made the Holiday Season so special to the younger you. Enjoy Holiday favorites like Sleigh Ride, The Little Drummer Boy, and Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy. Then step back into the real world with a smile on your face and a song in your heart!
Singer & Actress Kate Beahen debuts with the Apollo Male Chorus
Joining The Apollo Club in its upcoming Holiday Concert is guest artist Kate Beahen from the Twin Cities. A seasoned Actress and Singer, Kate's recent credits include Gypsy, Into The Woods, with Theater Latte Da, The Sound of Music at the Ordway, Always...Patsy Cline with Daleko Arts, and Guys and Dolls, Picnic, and If/Then with Lyric Arts. Kate was also a recurring guest on NPR’s A Prairie Home Companion where she performed for the live radio show nationwide as well as on its international cruises. Kate is a proud graduate of Florida State University. For more information, please visit katebeahen.com
Our Spring 2019 Concerts:
Join the Apollo Male Chorus in celebrating that old adage, there really is “no business like show business!” In a musical review that promises to delight audience members young and old, the men of the chorus will perform featured songs from your favorite operas and Broadway musicals, with a little Disney thrown in! Tickets are available now. For more information, click on your choice of date: April 13, 2019 or April 14, 2019.
Beer Choir Oktoberfest
The Apollo Club co-sponsored and performed at Beer Choir Oktoberfest, a one-of-a-kind singing and drinking celebration to benefit choirs across the Twin Cities! Thanks to all who joined us at this special event on Saturday, September 29th from 4-7pm at Spring Cafe at the Como Lake Pavilion in St. Paul.
From our "Ticket to Ride" concert at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, May 6, 2018
November, 2017: THE APOLLO CLUB WAS INDUCTED INTO THE MINNESOTA MUSIC
HALL OF FAME
Summer, 2017: THE APOLLO CLUB APPOINTS NEW ARTISTIC DIRECTOR
The Apollo Male Chorus and Master Chorale salute Dr. Aaron Humble as their new Artistic Director and Principal Conductor.
-- the Columbus Republic
-- the Daytona Beach News Journal
These critiques fittingly describe Dr. Aaron Humble, the newly appointed Chef du Musique of the Apollo Club. Believing that "a consummate musician can tackle multiple genres", Dr. Humble has performed in opera, recital, and concert and chamber music, with such notable consortia as the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the Boston Pops, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Lincoln Center in New York, the Library of Congress, Wolf Trap, and the Chautauqua Institute.
Dr. Humble brings to us a remarkable background in choral music and conducting, with emphasis on male choral music. His ten years with Cantus, acclaimed as the premier men's vocal ensemble in the United States, will be a major asset for us. - Ray Peterson, President, The Apollo Club.
A graduate of Millikin University, Aaron holds the Doctor of Music degree in Vocal Performance and Literature from the Indiana University-Jacobs School of Music, and is a member of the faculty at Minnesota State Mankato where he teaches applied voice, diction, and conducts the University Chorale. As Dr. Humble now directs his focus towards conducting and teaching, he will continue to perform as a recital and concert singer.