Pendle Hill Chorus
October 18 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Pendle Hill Chorus is a non-audition community chorus that draws singers from across the tri-state area. Singing since 1993, our repertoire of sacred and secular music from around the world is challenging yet accessible.
All are welcome regardless of musical or choral experience. While the ability to read music is useful, it is not a requirement. Individual audio/visual study files and periodic vocal section sessions are provided. The only requirement is a commitment to learning the music and supporting each other through attendance at weekly rehearsals.
Repertoire: Music for the Winter Season
Featuring selections from “Ballad of the Brown King.”
Music: Margaret Bonds; Text: Langston Hughes
Please contact Jackie and Joan directly with any questions. We’d love to talk with you about the Chorus!
Pay as led/able. “We work hard and have a good time.”
The Pendle Hill Chorus remains committed to welcoming all interested singers, and nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. However, as we strive to invest in the sustainability of Pendle Hill and compensate the labor that goes into facilitating the chorus (including the direction and accompaniment), we invite singers to register and pay as they are led and able. In Jewish tradition, the number 18 represents life. We suggest the prices below in the spirit of investing in the life of our community, but we invite you to choose whatever fee is right for you.
$180 – subsidizing fee
$90 – standard fee
$36 – subsidized fee