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Mozart Requiem with Julian Wachner at Ozawa Hall

online audition

Berkshire Choral International presents a choral immersion week with maestro Julian Wachner at Tanglewood's new Learning Institute with a final concert at Ozawa Hall with members of the Albany Symphony. Repertoire includes Mozart's Requiem and Bach's Mass in F Major.

HGC Open Rehearsals

First Baptist Church, Needham 858 Great Plain Avenue, Needham

Our 111 year old men's chorus is composed of men from Greater and MetroWest Boston. We will be singing music by Beethoven, American folk songs, Broadway show tunes and other works at our April 19 spring concert at Newton City

Free

HGC Open Rehearsals

First Baptist Church, Needham 858 Great Plain Avenue, Needham

Our 111 year old men's chorus is composed of men from Greater and MetroWest Boston. We will be singing music by Beethoven, American folk songs, Broadway show tunes and other works at our April 19 spring concert at Newton City

Free

HGC Open Rehearsals

First Baptist Church, Needham 858 Great Plain Avenue, Needham

Our 111 year old men's chorus is composed of men from Greater and MetroWest Boston. We will be singing music by Beethoven, American folk songs, Broadway show tunes and other works at our April 19 spring concert at Newton City

Free

HGC Open Rehearsals

First Baptist Church, Needham 858 Great Plain Avenue, Needham

Our 111 year old men's chorus is composed of men from Greater and MetroWest Boston. We will be singing music by Beethoven, American folk songs, Broadway show tunes and other works at our April 19 spring concert at Newton City

Free

Open Rehearsals – Andover Choral Society

Christ Church Andover 33 Central St, Andover

Andover Choral Society, directed by Dr. Michael Driscoll, invites those who enjoy singing classical choral music to celebrate our 90th season by singing in our spring concert, which will focus on the diverse contributions of composers from the Merrimack Valley.

Halalisa Singers Open Rehearsal Auditions

St. Paul Lutheran Church 929 Concord Turnpike, Arlington

The Halalisa Singers warmly welcome experienced and adventurous singers in all voice parts. Open rehearsal auditions will be Monday, January 27 at 7:30 pm, and Monday, February 3, at 7:30 pm, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 929 Concord Turnpike in

Open Rehearsals Wellesley Choral Society

Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills 309 Washington Street, Wellesley

Come sing with the Wellesley Choral Society for our Spring concert, "A Woman's Voice," featuring music by women composers. The Wellesley Choral Society is a no-audition chorus.  We are open to all who love to sing. Come visit us during

Non-auditioned Arlington-Belmont Chorale rehearsals

Park Avenue Congregational Church 50 Paul Revere Road, Arlington

Do you love to sing?  Is joining a chorus on your “to-do” list?  We are recruiting new singers for the Arlington-Belmont Chorale, a community chorus of over 80 members. Whether you sing soprano, alto, tenor, or bass, we welcome you

Charles River Chorale Open Rehearsal

Church of Christ, Millis 142 Exchange St. (Route 115), Millis

Please join the Charles River Chorale for an open rehearsal (or for the season) starting on January 14, 2019 at 7:30 at the Church of Christ in Millis, MA.  The theme for our spring concert is "Out of this World"

Deadline for Winter GBCC Board Elections

The GBCC Board of Directors is pleased to nominate two excellent candidates for 3-year terms as Members-at-Large beginning in Feb. 2020: Jamie Hillman and Nathan Reiff. Each member choir is entitled to one vote for the slate. If you cannot attend our

GBCC Presents: “Amplify Your Choir: Administrative Mini-Conference”

Evangelical Baptist Church 23 Chapel Street, Newton

Your choir has dedicated singers and innovative programming – but how do you generate excitement for your concerts, attract new audiences, raise funds, and cultivate champions? Learn from experts within our Boston choral community and share your challenges and successes

Open Rehearsals – Andover Choral Society

Christ Church Andover 33 Central St, Andover

Andover Choral Society, directed by Dr. Michael Driscoll, invites those who enjoy singing classical choral music to celebrate our 90th season by singing in our spring concert, which will focus on the diverse contributions of composers from the Merrimack Valley.

Open Rehearsals Wellesley Choral Society

Unitarian Universalist Society of Wellesley Hills 309 Washington Street, Wellesley

Come sing with the Wellesley Choral Society for our Spring concert, "A Woman's Voice," featuring music by women composers. The Wellesley Choral Society is a no-audition chorus.  We are open to all who love to sing. Come visit us during

Non-auditioned Arlington-Belmont Chorale rehearsals

Park Avenue Congregational Church 50 Paul Revere Road, Arlington

Do you love to sing?  Is joining a chorus on your “to-do” list?  We are recruiting new singers for the Arlington-Belmont Chorale, a community chorus of over 80 members. Whether you sing soprano, alto, tenor, or bass, we welcome you

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Non-auditioned Arlington-Belmont Chorale rehearsals

Park Avenue Congregational Church 50 Paul Revere Road, Arlington

Do you love to sing?  Is joining a chorus on your “to-do” list?  We are recruiting new singers for the Arlington-Belmont Chorale, a community chorus of over 80 members. Whether you sing soprano, alto, tenor, or bass, we welcome you

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Together & Apart

NEC's Jordan Hall 30 Gainsborough Street, Boston

New England Philharmonic and the Metropolitan Chorale to perform a concert featuring Judith Weir's Moon and Star.  The NEP continues its commitment to new music with the world premiere of Composer Laureate Bernard Hoffer’s Violin Concerto No. 2, written for

$10 – $35

Private Devotion: Sacred music outside the church

Christ Church Andover 33 Central Street, Andover

Boston's choir for Renaissance music (“the kind of transforming experience that concert junkies are always seeking" - Early Music America) presents sacred Renaissance music written for venues outside the church   --   Not all religious music of the Renaissance

$15 – $25

Non-auditioned Arlington-Belmont Chorale rehearsals

Park Avenue Congregational Church 50 Paul Revere Road, Arlington

Do you love to sing?  Is joining a chorus on your “to-do” list?  We are recruiting new singers for the Arlington-Belmont Chorale, a community chorus of over 80 members. Whether you sing soprano, alto, tenor, or bass, we welcome you

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Private Devotion: Sacred music outside the church

Friends Meeting at Cambridge 5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge

Boston's choir for Renaissance music (“the kind of transforming experience that concert junkies are always seeking" - Early Music America) presents sacred Renaissance music written for venues outside the church   --   Not all religious music of the Renaissance

$15 – $25

Nevertheless, She Persisted

Eliot Church Center Street, Newton MA

Following up on last season's Women's Perspectives program, works featuring women composers and poets, subjects and storytellers, including a newly commissioned piece by Indian American composer Shruthi Rajasekar; an encore performance of Clark's Woman of No Distinction, Mari Esabel Valverde's

$5 – $25

Nevertheless, She Persisted

First Church in Cambridge 11 Garden St, Cambridge

Following up on last season's Women's Perspectives program, works featuring women composers and poets, subjects and storytellers, including a newly commissioned piece by Indian American composer Shruthi Rajasekar; an encore performance of Clark's Woman of No Distinction, Mari Esabel Valverde's

$5 – $25

Masterworks Chorale — Ernest Bloch, Sacred Service

Old South Church, Boston 645 Boylston Street, Boston

Join us at Boston’s historic Old South Church for Ernest Bloch’s beautiful Sacred Service, an artistically groundbreaking setting of the Hebrew liturgy for the Sabbath. To honor the 350th anniversary of Old South Church, we will also present Lukas Foss’s

$50

Masterworks Chorale Auditions and Open Rehearsals, Spring 2020

Beth El Temple Center 2 Concord Avenue, Belmont

The 80-voice Masterworks Chorale, conducted by Kevin Leong, is holding auditions for all voice parts for its May concert, featuring Beethoven’s Missa solemnis. Auditions for all voice parts are scheduled during two Open Rehearsals for prospective new members: Tuesdays, March

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Dvorak: Stabat Mater

Hale School 55 Hartley Road, Stow, MA

Sounds of Stow Chorus & Orchestra with Barbara Jones, Artistic Director, presents Antonin Dvorak's deeply emotional and poignant Stabat Mater on March 8 at the Hale School in Stow, MA. The Stabat Mater begins with the Virgin Mary grieving the

Shofar: In Memoriam

Sanders Theatre 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge

The New England Classical Singers present Choral concert of “Shofar: In Memoriam.” Robert Stern: Shofar, Ralph Vaughan Williams: Five Mystical Songs and Johannes Brahms: Nänie Opus 82. Sunday, March 8, 2020 at 3PM, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, MA

$15 – $65

Almost Spring Concert

First Parish Arlington Mass Ave, Arlington

Brahms, Nanie Op. 82; Schumann, Requiem fur Mignon, Op. 98b; Bruckner, Christus Factus Est; ; Morgan Jackson, Spacetime Synthesis (ABCC premiere); Elgar, As Torrents in Summer.

$5. – $17

Brookline A Cappella Chorus presents Heaven and Earth

Lindsey Chapel in Emmanuel Church 15 Newbury Street, Boston

Brookline A Cappella, a 16-singer chorus, presents Heaven and Earth - Songs Ethereal and Terrestrial. Repertoire comes from the genres of classical, folk and world music.

$20.00

Masterworks Chorale Auditions and Open Rehearsals, Spring 2020

Beth El Temple Center 2 Concord Avenue, Belmont

The 80-voice Masterworks Chorale, conducted by Kevin Leong, is holding auditions for all voice parts for its May concert, featuring Beethoven’s Missa solemnis. Auditions for all voice parts are scheduled during two Open Rehearsals for prospective new members: Tuesdays, March

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Convening of the Greater Boston Choral Community re: COVID-19

Transcript and audio recording from this meeting are now available! Click here to access. We know this has been a stressful time for many of GBCC’s member choruses, and no doubt your leadership teams have been keeping abreast of the

Meridian Singers open rehearsal, music of Scandinavian composers

MIT, Building 13 Cambridge

Meridian Singers, an a cappella group directed by Michael Barrett, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert, featuring music of Scandinavian composers, on February 12. New singers are welcome and need not have an MIT affiliation. We rehearse at MIT

Spring Concert

newton city hall, war memorial auditorium 1000 Commonwealth Avenue, newton

The Highland Glee Club presents celebrates Beethoven's 250th Anniversary with music from Fidelio and the Hallelujah Chorus, plus American folk  songs , Broadway favorites, and a performance by the winner of our annual scholarship.

$18 – $20

Sponsors’ Concert

First Parish Arlington Mass Ave, Arlington

Concert by the Arlington-Belmont Chorale and the Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra Program: Lili Boulanger: Vieille priere bouddhique; Carlos Surinach: Feria magica; Meir Finkelstein: l'Dor vador; Zoltan Kodaly: Missa Brevis

$5 – $20

Becoming

Andover Choral Society concludes its 90th season with the world premiere performance of becoming by Andover-based composer Demetrius Spaneas. Commissioned by the Andover Choral Society, this work concludes the season-long exploration of the Creation story. This concert will also feature

$5 – $30

The Jameson Singers present: Reincarnations

Hancock United Church of Christ 1912 Mass Ave (on the Green), Lexington

Join the Jameson Singers for our 10th anniversary concert this spring, as we explore themes of endings and new beginnings. Highlights include Samuel Barber’s breathtaking Reincarnations, as well as exquisite motets and songs by Orlande de Lassus, Tomás Luis de Victoria,

$10 – $30

Britten: Rejoice in the Lamb

Corpus Christi Parish 35 Essex St., Lawrence

The New England Classical Singers presents its Annual Outreach Concert.” Britten: Rejoice in the Lamb. Corpus Christi Parish, Sunday, May 3, 2020 at 4PM at 35 Essex St. Lawrence, MA.

Free

Convening #2 of the Greater Boston Choral Community re: COVID-19

The video recording for this meeting is is available here. In the spirit of collaboration that has long defined our Greater Boston choral community, GBCC is offering a second virtual convening where members can process the impact of COVID-19 on

The Jameson Singers present: Reincarnations

First Church in Cambridge 11 Garden St, Cambridge

Join the Jameson Singers for our 10th anniversary concert this spring, as we explore themes of endings and new beginnings. Highlights include Samuel Barber’s breathtaking Reincarnations, as well as exquisite motets and songs by Orlande de Lassus, Tomás Luis de Victoria,

$10 – $45

Sojourner’s Song- Concord Women’s Chorus Spring Concert

Trinity Episcopal Church, Concord 81 Elm Street, Concord

This spring we mark our 60th year with a stunning new commission. Sojourner’s Song, composed by Mari Esabel Valverde, which sits at the heart of a distinctive program dedicated to works written by European and American women composers.

$5 – $25

Mass Throwdown!

Eliot Church Center Street, Newton MA

Compare, contrast, maybe even vote! Settings of the Mass for varied forces from various periods. Men vs. women, early vs. contemporary, romantic vs. classical. Hear Victoria’s Missa O Magnum Mysterium, Britten’s Missa Brevis, Villa-Lobos’s Missa São Sebastãio, and McNeil Robinson’s

$5 – $25

Music for a Spring Evening “in the French tradition”

First Parish Arlington Mass Ave, Arlington

Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus: Music of Claude de Sermisy, Jean-Phillippe Rameau, Gabriel Faure, Camille Saint-Saens, and others; and a reprise of Morgan Jackson's "Spacetime Synthesis"

$5 – $20

Around the World in Song

Reading Memorial High School 62 Oakland Road, Reading

Reading Community Singers' Spring Concert featuring a varied selection of international songs, artists, and themes.  Numbers include show tunes, pop songs, and traditional pieces.

$5 – $20

Virtual Convening: Contingency Planning for Choruses

GBCC holds its next virtual convening on June 4. Tori Cook of Chorus Connection (author of "2020-21 Season Planning Guide for Community Choruses") and Nick Adams, executive director of Cantata Singers, discuss contingency planning frameworks in the face of a

GBCC Annual Meeting (Virtual)

All members in good standing are invited to GBCC’s virtual annual meeting. We’ll meet GBCC’s new officers, vote on new board  directors, present a financial update, and unveil GBCC’s FY21-FY23 strategic plan in service of our members. A quorum is