Lesson Award Scholarships for 2023-24 have been awarded. See the Scholarship page for a full list of recipients.
Check out the pictures from the Musicale Annual Luncheon below. A good time was had by all.
The Musicale is saddened at the death of our long time treasurer, Linda Flickinger, who died suddenly. She will be missed. The post has been assumed by Kathleen Johnston.
Watch an interview on Web TV about The Port Huron Musicale Scholarships with Vice President Diane Tomiuk and Scholarship Committee Chair Michelle Carlson directly below.
Check out the new "Contact us" page.
Watch a video of the Women's Chorus performing Mozart's Alleluja at their last concert on the Chorus page.
The Musical mourns the death of our beloved treasurer, Linda Flickinger. Linda was a retiree from St. Clair County Community College and served on the board for seven years taking on the post of treasurer in 2015. She was alfo active in other area organizations. She will be missed.
Watch an interview with Vice President Diane Tomiuk and Scholarship Committee Chair Michelle Carlson on Blue Water Healthy Living
New members are welcome. Dues are $25 per year. Help us support music education in the community.
The Port Huron Musicale is a member of the National and Michigan Federation of Music Clubs. Organized and Federated in 1917 about 100 members support and provide quality music to the S. E. Michigan area. We are a member of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County.
Annual membership dues are $25 for The Port Huron Musicale music year of October 1 - May 31. Dues for the following year should be paid by July 31st to guarantee inclusion in the booklet. All are welcome. For more membership information contact Nancy Nyitray at (810) 982-6304. Membership helps to support music education in the community.
In May the Musicale holds it’s Annual Meeting with a luncheon and musical entertainment. Members and guests are encouraged to attend.
Board meetings are held on the last Wednesday of the month, September - May 10:00 a.m., at the Port Huron Senior Center. Board meetings are open.
Chorus programs are presented in December and May. The programs are free and open to the public.
The Musicale provides competitive lesson awards for talented and motivated music students with or without financial need. In March there is a performance and reception for the student lesson scholarship winners. All are invited to hear these talented young musicians.
The Musicale celebrated 100 years of supporting music and music education in the community, 1917-2917