River City Men's Chorus
6834 Cantrell Road #180
Little Rock, Arkansas 72207
Phone: (501) 377-1080

E-mail us: rcmc@rivercitymenschorus.com


600 Pleasant Valley Drive
Little Rock, AR

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 A Note From David 

Dear Friends:

Revealing the details of a new season of River City Men's Chorus concerts is a great privilege for me each year. After months of sorting through dozens of pieces of music, choosing only a few for each concert is always a daunting task. The 2019-2020 season was more challenging than ever because of the wealth of music that fits each theme so perfectly!

As you will read on the website performances page, we begin the season with "HALLELUJAH!" - a program filled with uplifting and exciting numbers that we hope will become one of your all-time favorites. And as always, "Holiday! 2019" will unite us in the joys of the season as we raise our voices in beloved carols and popular Christmas favorites. And here's the icing on the season's cake! "ENCORE" is a concert I've thought about and planned in my head for several years and I'm so excited to reveal absolutely nothing to you now - wouldn't want to spoil any of the surprises! I'll just say that it will be one that you will want to attend more than once! Making special appearance on all three performances of this concert, the Arkansas Youth Chorale, under the direction of Thomas Havens, will delight you with two numbers from their spring repertoire. 

The men of the chorus and I know how blessed we are to have such loyal and generous patrons as you, and we never take you for granted. We strive for excellence in every performance of each concert because you deserve the best we can give you. Many, many thanks for your support and encouragement throughout the years. Please join us again for every exciting moment of the 2019-2020 season. Mark those calendars and tell all your friends about the River City Men's Chorus!


David A. Glaze
Conductor and Artistic Director