The Midwest Motet Society Announces Their Spring 2022 Auditions

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The Midwest Motet Society,

Intimate Settings, Inspired Singing

Auditions for the Midwest Motet Society begin the first week of February 2022 and continue through March 15. Vaccinated singers of all voice types are encouraged to audition.

If you’d like to sing in a choir whose leadership respects your time and respects your intelligence, WE’RE YOUR CHOIR!

If you’d like to sing in a choir with only a few people on a part and like a challenge, WE’RE YOUR CHOIR!

If you’d like to sing in a choir with other people who enjoy learning new repertoire every concert cycle, WE’RE YOUR CHOIR!

The MMS sings music NO ONE ELSE sings in the South Suburbs; pieces written for chamber choirs and vocal ensembles. From Medieval motets through 21st century partsongs, the MMS has always sung music by women, people of color and non-binary composers.

Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings in Flossmoor, beginning in March 15.

The Spring 2022 Concert is

Sunday, June 12, 2022

“Folks from Around the World”

The Fall 2022 Concert is

Sunday, November 13

“It’s All in the Family: Music From the Haydns,

Mendelssohns and Others”

To set up an audition appointment, contact the MMS by phone (708)206-0380 and leave a message or email

“The Midwest Motet Society is truly a local gem, in the Southland.” Rev. Michael Gilligan, Ph.D., Executive Director of American Catholic Press

  What The Midwest Motet Society Members are saying:
“Marie Amenta has a rich knowledge of the composers who truly love the choral instrument. She programs gems of pieces that are as fun to sing as they are to listen to.”Ruth Hansen, MMS Mezzo-Soprano from Fall 2011 to Spring 2016
“Rep is key. Many groups repeat much of the repertoire from year to year, but I look forward to each MMS season and being presented with new music to challenge and thrill me.”– Kari Coventry Smith, MMS Soprano
“I haven’t sung music at this level, with this attention to detail and professionalism, since college. Everyone on the South Side, and beyond, should get out and hear it, because it’s an incredible treat when it’s performed at this level, and it simply isn’t done very often at all these days.” –Russell Hansen, MMS Baritone from Fall 2011 to Spring 2016