With more than 40 members from Minot and the surrounding area, The Heritage Singers' reputation for outstanding musical performance is only outmatched by their tireless charitable work supporting their community and promoting male choral singing. The Heritage Singers are the primary sponsors of three music scholarships at Minot State University and during the devastating flood of 2011, raised and distributed over $50,000 to assist with flood relief. The bulk of their fundraising comes from a yearly variety show each February which has become a high point in Minot's entertainment calendar. Along with the variety show, their concert season includes an annual performance of Handel's Messiah, a Christmas concert called "A Festival of Lessons and Carols," and a spring concert.
It has been the Heritage Singers' privilege to serve as the Governor's Chorus, and to represent Minot, North Dakota, and the United States with concert tours of Norway, Austria, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, and most recently, Italy, where they performed in St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.
(Sevens, Variety Show meeting at 4:30, Board Meeting at 5:15)