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Adult Music at Normandale

Music is a large part of the Normandale community. Through the power of music, we share of ourselves, our gifts, and enhance our worship and the lives of others. Adult choirs and instrumental ensembles are directed by David Clarke. We invite you to join us!

Questions? Please contact David Clarke, Director of Worship and Music, at

Normandale Adult Choir

Wednesdays, starting August 30, 2017  |  6:30-8:00 pm
The Normandale Choir is a mixed voice ensemble for post-high school singers. Choir members attend weekly rehearsals and participate in worship on a regular basis. Major choral/orchestral works are presented yearly. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 pm. Please join us!  Click here for the Normandale Adult Choir worship schedule>

Normandale Men’s Chorus

The Normandale Men’s Chorus is a combination of men from the Normandale Choir and other interested male singers from the Normandale community.

Instrumental Ensembles

Instrumental Ensembles are scheduled throughout the year supporting all types of worship experiences and include a handbell ensemble, flute ensemble, brass quintet, brass choir, and strings. 

For your interest in any ensemble, contact David Clarke, Director of Worship and Music, at

Normandale Brass Quintet

The Normandale Brass Quintet rehearses weekly from 5:15-6:15 pm on Wednesdays. Substitute musicians are often needed.

Normandale Handbell Ensemble

The Normandale Handbell Ensemble rehearses weekly from 5:45-6:45 pm on Thursdays. Substitute handbell members are needed on a regular basis. 

Normandale Flute Ensemble

The Normandale Flute Ensemble is open to all flute instrumentalists ages 16 through adult. The flute ensemble plays for worship monthly.

Interested or have questions about the flute ensemble? Please contact Diane Larson, Flute Ensemble Coordinator, at

Normandale Strings

Normandale Strings is open to all string instrumentalists (violin, viola, cello, bass) middle school age through adult. The Normandale Strings gather annually to play prelude for Christmas Eve worship services.