The Mennonite Youth Choir Festival is held on the campus of Goshen College in Goshen, Indiana. The Sunday concert, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 2 p.m. on March 3, 2013, in Sauder Concert Hall inside the Goshen College Music Center.

Goshen College Music Center
1700 South Main Street
Goshen, IN 46526

Directions to Goshen College Music Center (which contains Sauder Concert Hall)

From SR 15 (S. Main Street):
Turn east at College Ave.
Turn south on 12th street.
The Music Center is on the right.

From Lincolnway (US 33 S.)
Turn west at College Ave.
Turn south on 12th street.
The Music Center is on the right

Your Child Will Be Singing in a Worldclass Concert Hall

The Goshen College website notes that “Sauder Concert Hall is a leading performance venue in the Midwest due to its acoustic features and simple elegance. The hall design was inspired by the great concert halls of Europe. Vance George, director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus, described Sauder Concert Hall as ‘one of the great halls of the world. It has incredibly warm and true acoustics.’”

Sauder Concert Hall details:

  • 900 seat auditorium (main floor 600, balcony 300)
  • Additional 100 seat choral terrace
  • Handicap accessibility
  • Elliptical stage: 65 feet wide, with a maximum depth of 32 feet
  • Two backstage dressing rooms
  • Two 9’ Steinway grand pianos
  • State of the art audio equipment

Where Registered Singers for the March 2013 Festival Come From