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Spring 2021 Stay-at-Home Sing-Along Series & Virtual Performances

Join us!

The Brattleboro Concert Choir invites new and returning singers to take part in its Spring 2021 virtual season as the BCC’s popular Stay-at-Home Sing-Along series continues. (See schedule below.) The group also is offering virtual performances of inspiring choral works.

Music Director Jonathan Harvey and the Choir are enthusiastically committed to building and maintaining musical community. Especially now, music is an essential source of joy, solace, solidarity, and hope.

In that spirit, singers are invited to join the Choir’s virtual musical community beginning in February. A monthly Stay-At-Home Sing-Along will allow participants, via the video and audio conferencing platform Zoom, to sing together to great works from the choral-orchestral repertoire.

Participants logging into each Sing-Along session will warm up together, talk about the music and its context, and when they sing, the music will be projected on participants’ computer screens as the group sings along to great recordings. Singers will also receive digital sheet music, practice resources, and program notes in advance.

This spring, we will also create monthly virtual performances, where we each individually add our voices to build digitally compiled productions of works by women composers. Each virtual performance will be preceded by online rehearsals, also held on Zoom, during which Harvey will teach and shape the piece, preparing singers to record and submit their own individual virtual performance contributions.

The registration fee for the spring 2021 virtual season is $70, which includes digital sheet music and practice materials for all pieces. Click here to register.


Sunday February 7, 3pm
Stay-At-Home Sing-Along: W.A. Mozart’s Requiem, K.626

Sunday February 21
Virtual Performance sectional rehearsals: Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel’s “Nacht liegt auf den
fremden Wegen”
3-3:30pm – sopranos
3:40-4:10pm – altos
4:20-4:50pm – tenors
5-5:30pm – basses

Sunday March 7, 3pm
Stay-At-Home Sing-Along: F.J. Haydn’s The Creation Hob.XXI:2

Sunday March 21
Virtual Performance sectional rehearsals: Maddalena Casulana’s “O notte, o ciel”
(see February 21 for schedule)

Sunday April 4, 3pm
Stay-At-Home Sing-Along: G.F. Handel’s Messiah HWV 56

Sunday April 18
Virtual Performance sectional rehearsals: Anne Mounsey’s “Tell me, where is fancy bred?”
(see February 21 for schedule)

Interested in seeing and hearing what the Concert Choir did in the fall?
Here is a playlist of various pieces recorded by Concert Choir ensembles this past fall. And please note the collaborative recording project of Nathaniel Dett’s setting of “America the Beautiful” will also be available in the coming days.

BMC Bravo SocietyThe Brattleboro Music Center relies on volunteers in the community who give generously of their time. We are pleased to honor the following for their help in recent months:
Becky Andrews, Jay Bailey, Tanya Balsley, Karen Becker, Nancy Bell, Mara Berkley, Lisa Bloch, Crager Boardman, Bob Bonneau, Michael Boylen, Jonas Breen, Laura Bryant-Williams, Deb Bunker, Tim Callahan, Rachel Clemente, Lisa Cox, Walter Cramer, Robin Davis, Corey DiMario, Sandra Feusi, Judy Fink, Elizabeth Fisher, Robin Flatley, Donna Francis, Rob Freeberg, Virginia Goodman, Lerna Gottesman, Bill Gottesman, Gary Graff, Lisa Harris, Freddie Hart, Jennelle Harvey, Shelli Harvey, Cal Heile, Lynn Herzog, Jenny Holan, Kate John, Steven John, Jim Johnson, Alyssa Kerr, Bruce Landenberger, Latchis Theatre, Dot MacDonald, Joe Madison, Sheila Magnuson, Raquel Moreno, Jill Newton, Kristin Outwater, Ellen Peters, Deb Pierotti, Jon Potter, Sabine Rhyne, Antje Ruppert, Alison Schantz, Sarah May Schultz, Ray Sebold, Liz Simmons, Dalit Sivan, Paul Eric Smith, Alan Stockwell, Travis Stout, Maggie Sullivan, Melissa Trainor, Leslie Turpin, Daniel Valerio, Betsy Williams, Pete Wilson, Amanda Witman, Ellery Witman, Avery Witman, David Woodberry, and Yellow Barn


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