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  • 6/30/2019, Wilton CT. Music on the Hill [CT]: Call for Singers: July Rehearsals and Performance of Dvorak. We are inviting enthusiastic and experienced singers in CT's Fairfield County region to sing Dvorak's Te Deum & Mass in D with us, Music on the Hill's Summer Chorus, now in its 17th season. This is a 50+ person chorus of volunteer singers from across the region who come together Tuesdays and Thursdays in July to prepare for the July 25 concert in Wilton, CT. No auditions required. A great way to get to know fellow choristers in a relaxed and yet highly professional setting. The music is lovely and not frequently presented: works Dvorak wrote in the early 1890s in anticipation of his moving to NYC. To register contact Artistic Co-Director Ellen Dickinson at by June 30th. To subscribe to our friends' list visit our website and facebook page.
  • 8/26, 8/27 & 8/28/2019, Brookline MA. Metropolitan Chorale [MA]: Auditions for 2019-20 Season. Auditions will be held August 26th – 28th from 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. at All Saints Parish in Brookline (1773 Beacon Street) on the D line. Please email Reka Peterson, Chorale Administrator at to schedule a 15-minute audition. Auditions include vocalizing, an aural memory evaluation, and sight reading. Singers are encouraged to bring a prepared piece, but this is not required. 2019-20 Season information: November 8, 2019 - Kodály: Budavári Te Deum, Janáček: Amarus, Mendelssohn: Die erste Walpurgisnacht - Collaboration with Chorus pro Musica. March 15, 2020 - Music inspired by the World's Fair. May 16-17, 2020 - Beethoven: Symphony No. 9, Collaboration with New Philharmonia Orchestra. The Metropolitan Chorale is a 100-voice auditioned chorus, and one of Boston’s premier vocal ensembles. Our emphasis on culturally significant programming, combined with excellence in performance, yields a unique artistic contribution to the city of Boston. The chorus is led by Music Director Lisa Graham. Our mission is to unite singers who share the joy of learning and performing a challenging traditional and contemporary repertoire, and to support the growth of music in our community. We strive for a quality of performance that challenges the chorus and attracts an appreciative and loyal audience.