The Choir of First Church in Boston is a twelve-member professional ensemble of singers, which includes composers, instrumentalists, and actors from Boston’s thriving musical community. As a church choir based in a Unitarian Universalist congregation, the choir occasionally sings thematically related 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 Bell’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.
Thomas Albenese, tenor
Erin Anderson, soprano
Ethan Bremner, tenor
Catharine Cloutier, mezzo-soprano
Gina Marie Falk, soprano
Devon Patane, baritone
Daniel P. Ryan, baritone
William Thorpe, baritone
Li-Han “Lily” Tseng, mezzo-soprano
Sophie Urquhart, mezzo-sopranoBob 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.