Greater Milford Community Chorus Is Calling All Singers!
In March this year, the Greater Milford Community Chorus appeared on stage with the New England Tenors
Rehearsals will be held each Wednesday from 7:15 – 9:30 pm at the Memorial Hall Cultural Center, 30 School Street, Milford. We will be accepting new members 9/7, 9/14 & 9/21. Come sit in on a rehearsal to see if the GMCC is right for you! Performances are scheduled for December 3rd and 4th and will be held in the auditorium at Milford High School, 31 West Fountain Street, Milford.
Some of our highlights this past year have been our Spring concert in early May and singing with the very talented New England Tenors in concert. Our December “Holiday Magic” concert was a mix of holiday and winter songs. To round out our 2015-2016 year of singing the chorus was thrilled to be chosen to sing with the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra for their Holiday Concert in December. We have once again been asked to sing with the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra Holiday Concert held in Milford Town Hall and also, for the first time, at the Stadium Theatre in Woonsocket, RI. These outside concerts are voluntary and chorus members enjoy participating on a professional level.
While we do not require an audition, a rudimentary understanding of music and a willingness to work to benefit our sound is required. Chorus members come from thirteen towns in the Greater Milford area.
A membership fee of $25 for the season will be charged. There is a $20 refundable fee for your music. (Cash payments only please.) Your music deposit will be refunded when music is returned at the end of the season.
Email chorus_GMCC@yahoo.com for more information about membership, or call 781-504-7300 to speak with Linnea Silvia, President GMCC; visit our website at www.greatermilfordcommunitychorus.org for more information.
The Greater Milford Community Chorus is a Milford Community School Use Program sponsored in part by the Milford, Mendon, Hopedale and Bellingham Cultural Councils which are funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.