Carrollwood Community Chorus
The Carrollwood Cultural Center’s Community Chorus is open to anyone, regardless of experience, as long as you have a song in your heart. From the camp fire to the Red Carpet, members from all walks of life come together to share their gift and love of song. The chorus performs regularly at the Center, local events and has even been known to “pop up” in crowds around the holidays. The group meets weekly to rehearse; however, this group of friendly folk are known to keep in touch outside of rehearsals, too! Now that’s something to sing about!
For more information, please contact Mary Jo Hahn at [email protected].
Help Support the Chorus
The Lily Bug Music was established by Mr. & Mrs. Bob Kerns in 2011 and helps with expenses such as: sheet music, guest artists and accompanist specifically for the chorus. The Chorus currently has a need for risers! Click here to donate.
Mary Jo Hahn
Mary Jo is a buckeye at heart, where she attended Ohio University, majoring in music education. She started the music ministry at Bay Hope (Van Dyke United Methodist Church) where she was the director of music, as well as the preschool music teacher. Mary Jo is currently teaches private piano and voice lessons. Mary Jo has also performed with several area groups and ensembles. She was the musical director of Carrollwood Cultural Center‘s "The Music Man", "The King and I", "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", "An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan", "9 to 5", "Damn Yankees", "Nunsense" and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". She was also the musical director for Broadway Bound’s performances of "Once Upon a Mattress", "How to Eat Like a Child", "Honk" and "The Wizard of Oz". She also has been the musical director for AIM’s productions of "A Christmas Carol", and "The Wizard of Oz". Mary Jo directs the Carrollwood Cultural Center’s Community Chorus, and is director of worship at Keystone Community Church in Lutz, FL. Mary Jo is married to Joe, and they have three boys, Ben, Nathan and Jonah, and a beautiful granddaughter, Annie.
Upcoming Chorus Meetings & Events
We’re back! Please join us for our return to the Carrollwood Cultural Center in our first concert since the pandemic.
After a 2-year hiatus, the Carrollwood Community Chorus is back and ready to perform for you. The last two years have had their fair share ups and downs, but one thing remained the same — our love for Broadway.
After going dark for so long, we are thrilled to see live performances return to Broadway. We’re also happy to turn the lights back on here and celebrate what we love to do: sing together.
Admission: $12 member / $15 general admission
Remember to “Round It Up” and make a donation to the Center’s Operating Fund. Consider making a donation when registering for classes or purchasing tickets. Your donation can be as simple as rounding your total to the nearest five or ten dollars — or whatever amount you wish to give. Thank you for your contribution!