The Greater Boston Choral Consortium is an association created to help choral organizations in the area develop and grow by sharing information and fostering cooperation. The Consortium promotes public awareness of these organizations and understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of choral music in all segments of the Greater Boston community.

The Greater Boston Choral Consortium was formed in 1989 by Ann Marie Lindquist as a cooperative effort to promote greater awareness of the many and varied choral groups in the Greater Boston area. Representatives of the member ensembles of the Consortium meet monthly to discuss common management concerns and promotional strategies; offer mutual support; and generate ideas for cooperative efforts to benefit all groups.

The Greater Boston Choral Consortium sponsors monthly meetings devoted to various topics of interest to the choral community. In addition, GBCC sponsors a free 3-hour workshop in March that generally features a local conductor, composer, or vocal technique professional.

Meetings run from September to June, with no meeting in December. The meetings are held at various locations, often from 4-5.30pm. Topics include: copyright issues, commissioning new works, how to incorporate as a non-profit, advocacy, & etc.

Upcoming Events

Mon 27

Sing with Sounds of Stow!

Mon, November 27 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Organizer: Sounds of Stow Chorus & Orchestra
Tue 28

Golden Tones chorus

Tue, November 28 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Organizer: Golden Tones chorus
Tue 28

Meridian Singers, seeking new voices

Tue, November 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
MIT, Building 13
Organizer: Meridian Singers