Reading Community Singers Begins rehearsals for December Concerts
RCS will begin rehearsals for our 93rd holiday concert on Tuesday evening, September 4, 2012. Registration begins at 6:45pm followed by rehearsal from 7:30 to 9:00 at the Old South United Methodist Church, 6 Salem Street (corner of Rte 28 and Rte 129) in Reading. September rehearsals are open to all, with no commitment until the Member Appreciation night on the 25th. Come try us out!
This year’s holiday concerts will take place on Saturday evening, December 1 at 7:30 PM and again at 3:00 on Sunday afternoon, December 2. Join us in celebrating the holidays with the 60+ member Reading Community Singers, directed by Beth Mosier and accompanied by Joe Beninati. Once again, our concerts will be at the lovely Old South United Methodist Church.
RCS is a non-audition, multi-generation community chorus with over 60 members from the Reading, Wakefield, Lynnfield, Stoneham, Wilmington, Woburn, Burlington, and Melrose areas. We have members with years of experience and members who haven’t sung a note in years. All interested singers who can match pitch and carry a tune are welcome to join us. All voice parts are needed. We perform in early December and again in early May.
In past years, RCS participated in the Reading Tree-lighting celebration, Reading Street Faire and the YMCA holiday party. We also sing the National Anthem at a Lowell Spinners and NE Revolution game each summer. This year , we are also planning a New York City concert weekend in late June where we may be singing at the Statue of Liberty, Lincoln Center and/or St. John the Divine. If you join this fall, you are eligible to join us! Registration for the trip ends 9/15/12.
For more information, please visit our website: www.readingcommunitysingers.org or send us an e-mail at email@example.com Old South is handicapped accessible. Please join us – together, we’ll make your whole year merry and bright!
RCS is a past recipient of the Reading Cultural Council Community Service award and has received grants from the Reading Cultural Council, Eastern Bank and the Harpley Foundation. RCS is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium.