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For Immediate Release:
Greater New Haven Community Chorus Invites Singers
Rehearsals begin September 8, 2016
New Haven, CT -- August 3, 2016 -- Greater New Haven Community Chorus, a nonauditioned, four part (SATB) chorus, is currently inviting singers to join GNHCC for the 2016 2017 season which will feature “Christmas Cantata” by Daniel Pinkham and “Requiem” by John Rutter. Rehearsals will begin on Thursday, September 8th. No audition is required. Singers of all experience levels are welcome.
Interested singers are invited to attend up to three rehearsals as guests before committing to join the chorus. This trial period provides an opportunity to meet the chorus members and Artistic Director, Noah Blocker-Glynn; to sample the upcoming repertoire, and experience the spirit and welcoming community of GNHCC. The open enrollment period for the upcoming Fall semester runs from September 8th through September 22nd. Prospective singers may visit any rehearsal during this period. Rehearsals are held every Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church, 704 Whitney Avenue, New Haven. Additional details about chorus membership, registration fees, and the history of Greater New Haven Community Chorus can be found at www.gnhcc.org.
To fulfill our mission of achieving the highest possible standard of choral music performed by a nonauditioned chorus, singers should attend all weekly rehearsals and are encouraged to actively participate in the organization by sharing their individual skills and talents with the various GNHCC committees.
Greater New Haven Community Chorus consists of approximately 80 - 100 voices and draws its membership from throughout the greater New Haven area. GNHCC strives to embrace the wide diversity of the community and is committed to making quality music accessible and approachable for audiences and members alike. Greater New Haven Community Chorus was founded in 1963 as a venture in community singing and continues to perform with pride and distinction.