Women’s Chorale openings

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, wleague@mit.edu.

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