Consonance Chorale introductory rehearsal

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 21 Segel St Jamaica Plain MA 02130  See map

A new chorus is starting in JP.

Consonance Chorale is an SATB (4-part) choral opportunity for men, women, and teens (17 and up), dedicated to bringing people together to make energetic, community music. Rehearsals will be monthly, and incorporate vocal technique and instruction into the choral rehearsal setting.

No music reading is necessary, just a commitment to attend rehearsals, and work towards a community performance in February of 2013. 

Musical genres include choral music from the Republic of Georgia, South Africa, American shape note traditions, Russian folk songs, songs from Hebrew traditions as well as contemporary compositions. 

Consonance Chorale is an umbrella project of the Consonance Choral Residency Project. (http://www.consonancechoral.net/)

FOR MORE INFORMATION about becoming a member, and rehearsal location, contact the director: Marybeth Hallinan, keysofmb@gmail.com or 603-924-9527

Meet the Director:

Marybeth Hallinan, a seasoned vocalist, musician, teacher, pianist, singer/songwriter, has operated a teaching studio for over 23 years in the Monadnock Region. She was the music/choir director and organist of the Federated Church of Marlborough, NH from 1998- 2008. She has performed with Full Cold Moon(Celtic, classical, traditional and original music), and Halcyon (a women's a capella group directed by Nancy Knowles). Marybeth founded (2008) and directs Two Rivers Community Choir, an SATB choir for ages 17 and up. 

The mission of the Consonance Chorale is to create and nurture a singing community. This unique choir is dedicated to performing varied styles of music, with a focus on building a supportive ensemble, where camaraderie and giving back to the community will become an integral part of our endeavors. Concerts will be in the form of community fundraisers.  


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