Choral Art Society Open Rehearsals

Rehearsals resume for winter performance

Choral Art Society of the South Shore (CAS), a welcoming, non-auditioned community chorus, invites new singers to attend the first rehearsals of the fall season on Tuesdays, September 13 and 20, from 7 to 9 pm, at First Trinitarian Congregational Church, 381 Country Way, Scituate. Artistic Director and Conductor Danica A. Buckley welcomes returning members and newcomers of all skill levels to join the first rehearsal and learn about the fall season.

Choral Art Society’s open rehearsals welcome singers in all voice parts. While the chorus is a non-auditioned ensemble, Director Danica Buckley will assist singers with voice part placement. Singers are expected to be able to match pitch, learn and consistently sing their voice part, and balance their voice with other singers.  Rehearsals throughout the fall season are in preparation for a winter concert of seasonal music to be held on Sunday, December 4, 4 pm, at a local performance venue to be announced.

CAS’s Covid policy will be updated before the fall rehearsal season begins, check the website or Facebook for further information.  To join Choral Art Society, or for more information, email Membership Director Mihoko at mihokodesu@gmail.com, visit choralartsociety.org, or follow Choral Art Society of the South Shore on Facebook.

About Choral Art Society of the South Shore

The Choral Art Society of the South Shore (CAS) – a welcoming, non-auditioned chorus – engages, inspires, and enriches its members and greater community by pursuing excellence in wide-ranging and challenging musical programs.

Founded in 1958, CAS is dedicated to the performance of all genres of choral music, from Renaissance to 21st century. A non-profit organization, CAS attracts dozens of singing members from Scituate and the surrounding towns. The chorus rehearses in Scituate and presents one winter and one spring concert annually. CAS also provides an annual scholarship to a graduating high school senior pursuing a degree in music. For more information, visit choral art society.org, or follow Choral Art Society of the South Shore on Facebook.

Choral Art Society is supported in part by grants from several regional Massachusetts Cultural Council chapters, the Scituate Education Foundation and South Shore Music Circus, as well as sponsorship by Coastal Heritage Bank.