The Cape Cod Chorale, now in its 37th season, will begin rehearsals for its spring concert on Monday, January 13, from 7 to 9 PM at the First Church, 136 Main Street in Sandwich. Prospective new members are welcome at the first two open rehearsals of the season, Monday and Monday, January 20.

The chorale will be performing on April 25 and 26 with the Chorale Arts Society of the South Shore in “Fanny and Felix: Music of the Mendelssohns.” The program will be a pairing of two of Fanny Mendelssohn’s best choral works, Hiob (Job) and Lobgesang (Song of Praise) with Felix Mendelssonh’s secular work, Die Erste Walpurgisnacht (The First Walpurgis Night). All works are accompanied by full orchestra and we will be joined by young professional soloists. The choruses will rehearse on their own with the exception of a sing day on February 8 and dress rehearsal on April 24.

The Cape Cod Chorale is a non-auditioned community chorus performing choral music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Voices are welcomed for all parts—soprano, alto, tenor, and bass. The ability to read music is not essential, but is helpful. The chorale’s director can help anyone who is unsure of their singing abilities or voice part.

Visit our website www.capecodchorale.org to learn more about the chorale and to listen to past performances.

Details on membership in the chorale can be addressed to Nancy Muccini at nmuccini@yahoo.com. Questions regarding singing can be addressed to the chorale’s artistic director and conductor Danica Buckley at sopranocon@yahoo.com.

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