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Minneapolis-based conductor Samuel Grace is quickly gaining recognition in the Twin Cities for his work as a conductor and choral musician. In addition to his role with The Elizabethan Syngers, Samuel is also Artistic Director of MPLS (imPulse) and Director of Worship and Music at St. John's Lutheran Church in Minneapolis. In his free time, Samuel enjoys riding his bike, homebrewing, visiting friends, and playing trivia games. Samuel holds degrees from Gustavus Adolphus College and The University of Minnesota.
Evoking the past, entertaining the future.
The Elizabethan Syngers is an auditioned choral ensemble in the Twin Cities dedicated to performing music of and inspired by The Renaissance. Founded in 1971 by Paul Hendrickson, the ensemble is currently one of the longest performing musical ensembles at the Minnesota Renaissance Festival and a favorite among festival patrons.
In addition to MN Renaissance Festival Appearances, The Elizabethan Syngers perform an annual holiday concert in December and are a frequently contracted ensemble for entertainment at corporate parties, apple orchards, parades, celebrations, and more.
Paul Hendrickson (Founder): 1971-2005
Jason M. Horner: 2005-2013
Samuel Grace: 2014-present