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Heritage Chorale readies for a unique new season

The Heritage Chorale (Photo/submitted)

The Heritage Chorale (Photo/submitted)

Region – The Heritage Chorale of the Metrowest area is seeking singers, high school age and older, for its new season, featuring some changes in its schedule and an unusual collaboration with a Bluegrass band.

In December the chorus, under the direction of John Finney, will present a family concert of popular Christmas and other seasonal music, complete with sing-a-longs at St. Mark's School in Southborough.

In May of 2015, the chorale has contracted with the nationally acclaimed group Monroe Crossing for a performance of American folk songs, spirituals and Bluegrass instrumentals, along with a Bluegrass Mass. “The World Beloved” (composed for Monroe Crossing) shows how well a classical choral sound and a sparkling Bluegrass accompaniment can complement each other. This performance will be in Wellesley.

To end the season, also at St. Mark's, the group is planning a May Pops Concert of songs that have won Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards, including such blockbusters as Broadway's “The Lion King,” “Jersey Boys,” and Disney's “Frozen.”

Any singers interested in joining Heritage Chorale for this season should attend one of the open rehearsals Tuesdays, Sept. 2 or 9, at 7:30 p.m., at the First Parrish Universalist Church, 24 Vernon St., in Framingham Center. Visit heritagechorale.org or call 508-270-3999 for more information.

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Heritage Chorale says, “What comfort zone?”!

From Bach to Bluegrass? Heritage Chorale is shaking things up this year. The group who brought you Bach and the Messiah last year has arranged an unusual collaboration with … a Bluegrass band!

We are thrilled to have the nationally acclaimed group Monroe Crossing joining us for our May concert. “The World Beloved” also known as The Bluegrass Mass, was composed for Monroe Crossing. Check out (insert YouTube link) to hear how well a classical choral sound and a sparkling Bluegrass accompaniment can complement each other.

The group has also changed its usual schedule. In December the Chorale will present a family concert of popular Christmas and other seasonal music, complete with sing-a-longs.

To end the season, Heritage is planning a May Pops Concert of songs that have won Oscar, Tony and Grammy awards, including such blockbusters as Broadway's “The Lion King”, “Wicked”, and Disney's animated movie phenomenon, “Frozen”. Do you have a daughter or granddaughter aged 6 to 14? Ask her about it!

Any singers, high school age and up, interested in joining Heritage for this season should attend one of the open rehearsals on Tuesday, September 2nd or 9th at 7:30pm, at the First Parrish Universalist Church, 24 Vernon St, in Framingham Center. Visit heritagechorale.org or call 508-270-3999 for more info.

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