Choir of First Church Boston

Choir

The Choir of First Church in Boston is a professional ensemble made up of singer, composers, instrumentalists, and actors from Boston's thriving musical community. As a church choir based in a Unitarian Universalist congregation, the choir sings secular music along with music from a variety of sacred traditions. The choir's repertoire ranges from the High Renaissance through collaborations with living composers. Recent multi-movement works have included Philip Glass' Three Songs for Choir a capella, Paul Creston's Leaves of Grass, Op. 100, Larry Thomas Belll's Emersonia, Op. 113 (premier), and Bill Heigen's CX Choral Cycle (premier).

 

Members of the congregation are strongly encouraged to contact the Music Director about volunteer opportunities.

2016-2017 roster
Erin Anderson, soprano
Ethan Bremner, tenor
Joshua Garvey, countertenor
Corey Hart, tenor
James Liu, baritone
Christine Teeters, soprano
Rebecca Teeters, soprano
William Thorpe, baritone
Li-Han "Lily" Tseng, mezzo-soprano
Sarah Weinberg, mezzo-soprano
Bob Winkley, baritone

 

When professional choir openings are available, auditions are announced with the New England Conservatory Job Bulletin, Boston Singers Resource, and other listing services.