Pro Musica Youth Chorus looks for new members


Pro Musica Youth Chorus looks for new membersRegion – The Pro Musica Youth Chorus is accepting new members to be a part of their 25th anniversary season. The chorus provides a unique opportunity for boys and girls in grades three through 12 to develop their voices and musicianship. Under the direction of Jan Patterson the chorus meets Mondays beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Hudson High School in the chorus room, C110.

Boys and girls who love to sing will learn enjoyable, challenging music in the folk, multicultural and classical traditions. Members pay a participation fee. Assisting the chorus are Stan Hanson, accompanist, and Sarah Worrest, assistant. The Youth Chorus has public concerts scheduled for May 20 and June 20.

The Pro Musica Youth Chorus, founded and directed by Patterson, is currently celebrating its 25th season. The chorus was originally formed to portray the gingerbread children and angels in Symphony Pro Musica's 1987 production of “Hansel and Gretel.” It has since performed in numerous Symphony Pro Musica Holiday Concerts, productions of “Carmen,” “La Boheme,” and “La Fiesta de la Posada,” annual Spring Concerts, and by request for many community groups in the area.

Current members of the Pro Musica Youth Chorus are from Hudson: Alessandro DiMeo, Abbie Krolikowski, Isabel Reid, Rebecca Shwartz and Elise Togneri; from Marlborough: Laurel Douglas, Gabriel Ingelido andCayman Pacific; from Northborough: Hannah Pollan; from Southborough: Lisa Roth; from Stow: Michaela Ganimian and Lyndsey Hawkes; from Sudbury: XiLin Choi; from Upton: Meghan Gallagher, and Gabriella Suazo; and from Westborough: Cynthia Zhang.

Visit or call 978-562-1646 to learn more about any of the Arts Alliance performing groups.


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