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Upcoming Concert

Singing Christmas Tree®

Friday, Dec. 8th at 5 and 7:30 pm
Saturday, Dec. 9th at 5 and 7:30 pm
Sunday, Dec. 10th at 5 and 7:30 pm
Monday, Dec. 11th at 7 pm

at Frauenfriedenskirche, Frankfurt

Director: Linda Horowitz
Piano: Benedikt Fox

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International Acclaim

International acclaim

The GACC is active around the Globe. For example the GACC has performed with the Siam Orpheus Choir in Bangkok. Featured here in the picture is the Konzerthaus in Vienna where the GACC sang with almost 1.000 singers in the INTERKULTUR Sing Along Concert ON TOUR.



Diversity is our motto !

We live diversity in our members - their ages, their nationalities and languages - as well as in our musical repertoire.

Christmas Tree

The Singing Christmas Tree®

At the start of the Christmas season the GACC presents The Singing Christmas Tree® - a unique and fascinating experience for everyone, young and old. Traditional and modern Christmas songs from around Germany, USA and elsewhere.

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"We sing the songs that make the whole world sing"
Our choir was founded in 1973 by the American Army. It has mastered many challenges since then as e.g. the departure of the Americans from Frankfurt. Many members have accompanied the choir much of the way, have gained experience and have grown with the choir. This dedication and willingness to constantly improve makes the sound of the GACC.
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We sing the songs that make the whole world sing! The GACC is up to nearly every challenge. Our repertoire spans nearly every corner of the globe. From strict classical, to Beatles and Hollywood Film classics, to famous Singing Christmas Tree®, we warm your heart with music!

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Our Choir has been gifted from the onset with talented singers from around the world. Some of them also perform as soloists in our concerts. For many projects we also engage professional soloists and additional instrumentalists.
As native American our very experienced and professional director takes care that our American roots are reflected in our music.
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Something for Everyone
Our music is timeless, and we have something for nearly every age group and style of interest. We perform 3 concerts a year, and the songs and arrangements are constantly evolving. Besides singing we enjoy divers social activities.
Concert Highlights
Christmas Tree
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The Singing Christmas Tree®

Christmas like you've never seen or heard before. A magical & inspiring mix of traditional and non-traditional Christmas songs from Germany and America. It's so popular we offer 5 shows back-to-back over 3 days. Get your tickets while they last !

Ballads of Diversity
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"Ballads of Diversity"

Under the motto "Ballads of Diversity" we bring you music which directly addresses the issue of discrimination and equal rights and reports on people who stand or stood apart from a social mainstream. The musical stylistic spectrum ranges from Schumann through Verdi and Vaughan-Williams to modern musicals.

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„Annelies“ by James Whitbourn

A musical adaptation of the diary of Anne Frank - Annelies and other Jewish choral and ensemble works, which focuses on the "Queen of Klezmer" Irith Gabriely with her quartet "Colalaila Classic".

Musical Direction: Linda Horowitz

Carribean Mass
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"Caribbean Mass" by Glenn McClure

GACC performs the "Caribbean Mass" by Glenn McClure for the Hessen Rundfunk.
A Concert mass with music adapted in part from Latin American folk melodies. The text is based in part on the writings of St. Francis of Assisi. The performance of the Caribbean Mass was a European premiere.

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„Misatango“ by Martin Palmeri

The tango-Chorale "Misatango" by the Argentine composer Martin Palmeri goes straight into your ears and under your skin. With the passions and the favorable wistful sounds of "Misatango", Martin Palmeri has succeeded in creating a wonderful composition from the Nordic Chorale text and Argentine tango Nuevo.

HMS Pinafore
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"H.M.S. Pinafore" by Gilbert & Sullivan

"H.M.S. Pinafore" belongs to one of the most popular pieces of the composer Gilbert & Sullivan when the song "A British Tar" found its way into the modern film world. This song was sung in the Star Trek movie "The Uprising", as well as in Indiana Jones ("The Last Crusade").

Our Home

Our Home: Frauenfriedenskirche

Since 1995, the choir has been based in the Frauenfriedensgemeinde in Frankfurt, Bockenheim. Here our rehearsals are taking place in the parish hall and the church provides a perfect setting for our classical concerts and our "Singing Christmas Tree".

Since 1995, the choir has been based in the Frauenfriedensgemeinde in Frankfurt, Bockenheim. Here our rehearsals are taking place in the parish hall and the church provides a perfect setting for our classical concerts and our "The Singing Christmas Tree®".

The church, a symbol of peace that had become stone, was erected between 1927 and 1929 on poor ground, so that by the sinking of the floor cracks in the masonry had formed and windows and doors had warped. Therefore, in 2018 the church had to be closed for renovation and the GACC concerts took place at other locations. After two years of restoration the Frauenfriedenskirche now shines in new splendor and is open to the public again! On November 22nd, 2020, the new altar made of bronze cast designed by Tobias Kammerer was sanctified by Bishof Dr. Georg Bätzing. We are looking forward to performing our next concerts in Frauenfriedesnkirche again.

The listed church with the 12m high mosaic statue of Regina Pacis above the main entrance is dedicated to the Mater Dolorosa. The church was erected on the initiative of the Catholic women of Germany under the leadership of the Catholic German Women's Federation (KDFB) with donations from women from all over Germany as a memorial to peace and a memorial to the fallen during the First World War. In the courtyard of honor, the names of over a thousand fallen soldiers of both world wars recall the horrors of the war and testify to the suffering of the soldiers and their families.

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"Music is the universal language of mankind"

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882)

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"A good song shortens the way!"

Caucasian proverb

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„A small song can brighten the darkness“

Francis of Assisi (1182 - 1226)