Do you enjoy singing? Do you want to meet new people? Do you want to share the joy of music with others? Then consider joining The Hundredth Town Chorus!The Hundredth Town Chorus of Westborough is seeking female singers to participate in their four part chorus. No auditions are required, but the organization is in need of new voices of all ages for the upcoming fall season.
The chorus is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. The mission is to have fun singing and entertaining at area nursing homes, assisted living facilities, or senior centers in Worcester County, with three to four performances at the end of the season in December. Music includes holiday classics, Broadway favorites, popular music, and folk songs to name a few.
The chorus has members of multiple ages, from Westborough, Northborough, Southboro, Grafton, Shrewsbury, Millbury, Uxbridge and other towns in the greater Worcester area.
The new session begins on Wednesday, September 3rd. Rehearsals run Wednesdays only, from 9:30 to 11 a.m., at the Congregation B’nai Shalom, 117 East Main Street, Westborough. The chorus is not affiliated with the synagogue. There are no night or weekend rehearsals or obligations. All performances are also held on Wednesday mornings. Come to rehearsal and join right in or come to observe what we are all about! No fundraising or ticket selling is asked of its members.
For more information, check our website www.hundredthtownchorus.com or find Hundredth Town Chorus on our Facebook page. Our email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org. Feel free to call the director, Wendy, at 508-366-0662 with any additional questions.
About the Hundredth Town Chorus
Our name was chosen because Westborough
was the 100th town incorporated in the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts. The chorus was formed in 1949 by the Westborough
Woman’s Club, as a way for women to connect through music. We are a vibrant and committed group of women who enjoy
making music together. We give back to our community by taking music
to those who cannot get out to attend cultural events. We perform in
nursing homes, independent and assisted living facilities, and
occasionally for civic and other groups to bring joy and enrichment
to those who are often forgotten.
Our members come from all kinds of musical backgrounds. Some have formal training or play an instrument; others have less experience. Some read music, some don’t. Members have different learning styles; we welcome everyone and help them play to their strengths.