Women of Note welcomes female singers


Hudson Women of Note, a regional women’s a cappella chorus, seeks talented vocalists who love to sing, perform and have fun! Open rehearsal is Monday, March 7, from 7 – 9 p.m., at Grace Baptist Church, 353 River Road, Hudson, at the back door. Refreshments to follow. No auditions are required.

“Not only is singing fun, the deep breathing is great for your overall health and sense of well-being,” said Robin Fleming, vice president and Westborough resident. “What more could you ask from a hobby?”

Women of Note members come from all walks of life, range in age from 11 to over 80, and hail from towns all over the central and eastern Massachusetts area. Women of all ages and voice ranges are welcome.

“Just bring a pencil and your voice. You don’t have to have an amazing voice or know how to read music,” said Ray Johnson, Women of Note musical director. “In fact, we’ll help you find your voice!”

“Something pretty amazing happens when you sing in close, four-part harmony,” adds Sue DesMarais, Northborough resident. “It’s addicting! And, this is a great hobby for mothers and daughters to share.”

A local chapter of Harmony, Inc., an international, nonprofit and educational organization for women singers, Women of Note performs regularly throughout the community, offering its talent for entertainment at civic events and charitable functions. The chorus is now learning songs for a local a cappella competition in the spring.

For more information, send an email to [email protected] or visit www.womenofnote.org.