Why do we have a dress code?

To put our best, most professional ‘face’ on our performances, a large group’s attire must be as unified as possible.   Glittering jewelry, lots of exposed skin, or noticeable variations in clothing actually distract an audience from the music, and the message, of the performance.  We strive to take away as many distractions as possible, so

What is the Rehearsal Schedule?

Rehearsals for 2023 are as follows: HANDEL’S MESSIAH CHORUS First Practice Sunday, Jan. 29, 3:00 pm-5:00 pm  All singers, Presser Hall View Schedule → BACH’S PASSION CHORUS First Practice Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2023, 7:00 pm-9:00 pm, Presser Hall View Schedule → Additional Chorus Information Handel – Sit-stand cues→ Handel – 2023 selections→ Bach – Sit-stand

What is the performance dress code?

Jewelry; Both Genders; All performances:  Wedding rings only.  (No other rings, nose rings, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, or piercings of any kind.) Please refrain from using perfume or cologne as some members have allergies. Bach’s Passion – Good Friday Altos/Sopranos: For the performance, women must wear solid black.  The shoulders and upper arms should be

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