Come Sing with the Cape Cod Chorale!

Open rehearsals and membership drive...

The Cape Cod Chorale, now in its 36th season, begins rehearsals on Monday, September 10th from 7:00 - 9:00 pm at the First Church, 136 Main St, Sandwich.   Prospective new members are welcome at the first two "open" rehearsals of the season, September 10th and 17th, to see if you would like to join us in song.

Come be a part of a friendly, wonderful, growing community chorus!  We are a non-auditioned community chorus performing choral music from the Renaissance to the 21st century.  Voices are welcomed for all parts – soprano, alto, tenor, and bass.  The ability to read music is not essential, but is helpful.  If you are not sure of your singing abilities, our director can help you determine your voice part.  All members grow in musical ability and learn a great deal about healthy vocal technique and choral music. 

We’ll be preparing for a Christmas concert to be held on Saturday and Sunday, December 8 and 9, 2018 called Starry Night:  Music of the Season. Don’t miss out on the fun  and great music, from holiday classics to songs of peace on earth. We will also have a “pop-up Hallelujah”, where many audience members pop up and join us in singing Hallelujah from Messiah.   Come join us! 

Visit our website www.capecodchorale.org to learn more about us and listen to past performances. Like us on Facebook – Cape Cod Chorale.

For more details on membership and joining us, please contact Nancy Muccini at [email protected]


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