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Sierra Master Chorale to hold auditions for 2017-18 season

In late summer, the Sierra Master Chorale will audition new voices for its 2017-18 season that will include two holiday concerts in December and two spring concerts in May. The 70-plus member choir rehearses and performs in Grass Valley.
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The Sierra Master Chorale is an esteemed auditioned choir under the direction of InConcert Sierra’s Artistic Director and Conductor Ken Hardin.

Hardin will audition new voices later this summer. The choir performs two concerts in Dec. and two concerts in May, always with the InConcert Sierra Orchestra.

Rehearsals are on Tuesday evenings for 13 weeks prior to the concerts with a few mandatory rehearsal dates. Interested singers should have some choral experience or prior vocal training. Male voices are particularly being sought out.



If you are interested, please visit http://www.inconcertsierra.org and fill out the form under Sing With Us (found under SMC on the purple navigation bar on the website’s home page.)

If you are interested, please visit http://www.inconcertsierra.org and fill out the form under Sing With Us (found under SMC on the purple navigation bar on the website’s home page.)

“We have a lot of fun, learn a lot of great music, and experience the exhilaration of performance. The joy the audience receives in turn is incredibly gratifying,” said Hardin. “We don’t have a lot of spots open, but we always welcome and encourage new members.”




If you have any questions, contact membership director, Kathy Chastain (email to membership@sierramasterchorale.org) or call InConcert Sierra at 530-273-3990.

The Sierra Master Chorale is a part of the local nonprofit classical music presenting organization, InConcert Sierra.


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