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Joining the Chorus

Glastonbury Chorus is a volunteer, non-profit corporation whose mission is to bring together people who love to sing and educate them and the public about choral music and singing. The only qualification required for membership is a love of music and desire to perform. Auditions are not required although most members have had some experience singing in a school chorus or other non-professional organization.  The chorus is always looking for new members of all voice parts.  If you would like to receive more information about joining the chorus, please contact:


Members are encouraged to attend all rehearsals in order to optimize the quality and integrity of our performances.  If circumstances  prevent rehearsal attendance, we ask that the member contact their section leader to determine which pieces were practiced. This insures that everyone will be “up to date” for the next rehearsal.

During rehearsal we want to have fun and enjoy our group — and also stay focused on our director and our task. Socializing and chatting are encouraged before and after rehearsal!

Directions to Giddeon Welles School

Directions to Smith Middle School

Member Dues

The chorus charges its members a nominal membership fee for each season (Winter and Spring). This fee helps to offset the cost of rehearsals, music and social events.  In addition, each member pays a one-time music security deposit which is returned upon receipt of the music.

Concert Attire

Like the web site, our concert attire is black and white.  Men are asked to wear black trousers and shoes, a white, long-sleeved dress shirt and black bow tie.  Women are asked to wear a long black skirt and white, long-sleeved blouse.  Our hope is that this attire promotes a professional appearance without the need to rent or purchase more formal "black-tie" garments.  Finally, we ask that all members refrain from wearing strong perfumes/colognes and excessive jewelry which we've found to be an avoidable distraction.