Music to Sustain…Celebrate…Affirm!
We recognize that music is a powerful way to bring communities together. Let’s hope and dream!
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What Are They Doing????
No, they're not smoking a joint.
They are practicing breathing techniques at a choral rehearsal on Zoom. Not willing to call it quits just because of a pandemic, the Greenwich Choral Society is exploring ways to create music virtually.
Stay safe and stay tuned! Virtual music may be coming your way!
2020-2021 Season Program
December: Hopes and Dreams
- seasonal delights
March: Beethoven 2020-2021!!!!
- a birthday celebration
Singing with us
We welcome new voices!
For the remainder of the calendar year we invite you to join our online rehearsals each Tuesday from 7:30 to 8:30 PM.
Please contact email@example.com for further information. If you are interested in singing in one of our online performances, let us know. We will organize an interview with our registrar and our music director to grant you temporary membership until in-person auditioning becomes possible.
We support music and our community with commissioned works, education, and scholarships
Greenwich Time review
With candles and chimes, chants and "ooohs and aaahs," the Christmas Concert of the Greenwich Choral Society immediately wrapped the audience in its wondrous annual Christmas music experience. And an ethereal experience it was, with perennial magic in the musicianship of Director and Conductor Paul Mueller, who always seems to find cultural music, religious cantatas and masses, unusual arrangements of well-known carols and soloists that are simply transporting. From its opening Huron Indian carol to works by Benjamin Britten, Rachmaninoff and Debussy, to joyful arrangements of time-honored carols and liturgical Kyrie Eleison, the concerts are simply unique.