Women’s Chorale Spring Term
The MIT Women’s Chorale welcomes new singers from the MIT community to join us in our spring season, preparing for our May concert.
This friendly group, representing a diversity of cultures and range of ages, is directed by Kevin Galiè, a talented and seasoned choral director. Come join us as we celebrate our 80th anniversary!
To celebrate Verdi’s 200th birthday we will be performing a serene excerpt from his Four Sacred Pieces as well as two rollicking opera choruses. Our repertoire will also include Porpora’s Lauda Jerusalem, a piece by Randall Thompson in which our flute player pretends she’s a bird, songs by Rachmaninoff, and an amusing South American piece, with whistling.
New singers may join through the February 13th. Rehearsals are held in Room 10-340 at MIT (the Emma Rogers room) at 7:15 pm on Wednesday evenings. For more information, please see our website, web.mit.edu/womensleague/womenschorale .
To be placed on our mailing list, please contact the MIT Women’s
League office, firstname.lastname@example.org.