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Producer Circle of Giving

Join our Producer Circle of Giving to take advantage of some pretty great perks.

Performers

$1 – $249

Recognition of donation in concert programs

Soloists

$250 – $499

Recognition of donation in concert programs and on our website

One (1) ticket each to the winter and summer concerts

Divas

$500 – $999

Recognition of donation in concert programs and on our website

Two (2) tickets each to the winter and summer concerts

Priority seating at concerts (must RSVP)

Invitation to an annual Donor Appreciation Event

Prodigy

$1,000 – $2,499

Recognition of donation in concert programs and on our website

Four (4) tickets each to the winter and summer concerts

Priority seating at concerts (must RSVP)

Recognition of your support at our concerts

Invitation to an annual Donor Appreciation Event

Virtuoso

$2,500 – $4,999

Recognition of donation in concert programs and on our website

Six (6) tickets each to the winter and summer concerts

Priority seating at concerts (must RSVP)

Recognition of your support at our concerts

Invitation to an annual Donor Appreciation Event

Maestro

$5,000 +

Recognition of donation in concert programs and on our website

Six (6) tickets each to the winter and summer concerts

Priority seating at concerts (must RSVP)

Recognition of your support at our concerts

Invitation to an annual Donor Appreciation Event

Dinner for Four (4) with RCMC’s Artistic Director

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If singing is not your thing but you would still like to be a part of the RCMC family, you can join our group, Fifth Voice, which is composed of non-singing RCMC members who volunteer at our concerts and events. To learn more, email us at volunteer@rcmc.org.

Interested in becoming a corporate sponsor? Contact Travis Mullins at travismullins@rcmc.org.

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Big? The biggest.

Gay? As if you need to ask.

Lottery? More like if a raffle and a lottery joined forces for one awesome fundraiser.

Just one ticket enters you into 58 drawings—each with a prize of $100, $200 or $500. You win, we win, we keep performing, everyone wins.

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Adam Witte

Adam Witte

Assistant Artistic Director

Adam Witte has never been one to shy away from a music genre or musical instrument. His tastes, talent, and curiosity run far and wide, taking him on adventures across Europe playing euphonium solos with the University of Nebraska-Omaha Symphonic Wind Ensemble, guiding him to sing acapella vocal jazz with Nexus, and prompting him to play keyboards with local band The Confidentials. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of Omaha with an emphasis in euphonium.

Though his musical accomplishments are long and varied, vocal music has played a big role in Adam’s journey. He has always been involved in church music, from singing in the choir to playing piano and handbells; most recently, he served as Director of Music Ministries at St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Omaha for seven and a half years. It only seems fitting that Adam became a singing member of River City Mixed Chorus only to be named Assistant Artistic Director a short year later. In addition to his engagements with RCMC and Nexus, Adam is also a singing member of the Omaha vocal ensemble Resonance.

Dr. A. Barron Breland

Dr. A. Barron Breland

Artistic Director

With degrees in Music Theory and Choral Conducting from the University of Georgia and the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Dr. A. Barron Breland has a diverse background in many different fields of music, including the piano and saxophone. Currently, he is Professor of Music and Chair of the Department of Fine & Performing Arts at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, conducting their premiere ensemble, the Creighton University Chamber Choir, and teaching classes in music theory, history, and conducting.

Breland is in demand throughout the Midwest as a conductor, chorusmaster, clinician, and adjudicator, and he has prepared choruses for Grammy and Tony-winning artists such as Laura Benanti, John Mellencamp, Brian d’Arcy James, and conductors Dale Warland and Ted Sperling. Breland has also served as Chorusmaster and prepared numerous works for the Omaha Symphony, including Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, Carmina Burana, Elijah, Messiah, and many others.

Breland’s first exposure to professional choral music was as a member of the Atlanta Boy Choir where he performed with Robert Shaw and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, as well as in tours and festivals throughout Europe. Today, besides his leadership of the Creighton University Chamber Choir and RCMC, he is also the Music Director of Résonance, a semi-professional chorus whose debut album Pilgrimage was released in July 2020 on the MSR Classics label.

Breland became the Artistic Director of the River City Mixed Chorus in January 2011, and in his 10-year tenure with the organization the ensemble has grown to over 120 active singing members, has headlined conferences and performed alongside Grammy-winning Conspirare, and has taken the stages of historic and iconic venues around the region. All of the ensembles under Breland’s leadership perform regularly with the Omaha Symphony, and all have performed at state and regional ACDA, and NMEA conferences.

Travis Mullins

Travis Mullins

Chorus Manager

Unlike the majority of RCMC’s members, Travis Mullins is never one for the spotlight. If he had it his way, he would forever remain behind the scenes (and curtains), busy working on managing the chorus’s day-to-day operations.

So how does a reserved intellect who doesn’t sing and prefers the audience seat to the stage find himself as the manager of a performance organization? For starters, he’s a big proponent of the arts and the positive effects it has on the community. He also believes that, as the state’s first and currently only LGBTQ+ chorus, RCMC’s messages need to be heard. And, his husband happens to be RCMC’s Artistic Director, Dr. A. Barron Breland, so the chorus was a part of his life before he became a part of its life.

Travis first served for four years as treasurer on RCMC’s Board of Directors while also volunteering his time on the chorus’s fundraising and marketing committees. His management experience and accounting skills didn’t go unnoticed, and in 2016 he was hired on with the official title Chorus Manager. During his free time, you can find him attending rehearsals and performances, proudly watching on as his favorite performers sing their hearts out.

Keith Hart

Keith Hart

Collaborative Pianist

Keith Hart was a public school music teacher in a previous life. As much as he loved the job and working with kids, he felt an undeniable tug from the theater world. He set his sights on a graduate degree in theatre, and worked on productions at various theaters in Kansas City.

With production experience under his belt, Keith moved to Omaha, Nebraska where he has worked as a pianist, musical director, and scenic designer for numerous theatrical productions. He also holds down a day job as Manager of Programs at Joslyn Castle.

The piano has been a constant in Keith’s life. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in music education with an emphasis in piano from Northwest Missouri State University and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Missouri – Kansas City. His love of accompanying and playing with a wide range of soloists, ensembles, and choirs led him to River City Mixed Chorus in 2015, joining the organization as Collaborative Pianist.