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Who We Are. . .

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The Choral Art Society of the South Shore - a welcoming, non-auditioned chorus-engages, inspires, and enriches its members and greater community by pursuing excellence in our wide-ranging and challenging musical programs. 

The Choral Art Society of the South Shore welcomes singers of all ages, with a wide range of musical experience. Though formal training in music is helpful, it is not a requirement to sing.  Come "sing with us" at open choral rehearsals on Tuesdays from 7:00 to 9:00PM at 

First Trinitarian Congregational Church,

381 Country Way, Scituate, MA.

CAS is a friendly, non-auditioned  50+ member SATB chorus founded in 1958 and is dedicated to the performance of all genres of choral music, from Renaissance to 21st century. The chorus features singers from Scituate, Cohasset, Hull, Hingham, Norwell, Hanover, Marshfield, Kingston, and more. New members are always welcome and may sing in one or both seasons. 

 

Come sing with us!!

For more information, email questions to choralartsociety@yahoo.com

Choral Art Society of the South Shore
PO Box 148
Scituate, MA 02066
Phone: (508) 577-1466

 

Choral Art Society is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium,

a cooperative association of diverse choral groups in Boston and the surrounding areas.

 We are excited to announce this year's winner of our

2021 William T. Adams Memorial Scholarship!

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Izzy Tobin

 

Izzy  is a graduating senior from Duxbury High School.

Izzy has had a robust high school career playing clarinet as a member of the wind ensemble, orchestra, and Jazz Band.  She has also been a member of SEMMEA District Band and

Symphony Orchestra, All State Band, All Eastern Band, and Duxbury High School Pit Orchestra and Wind Ensemble.

Izzy is planning on majoring in clarinet performance at Rutgers University this fall and plans on using her degree to enter the professional performance world. 

Bravo Izzy, and to all of this year's applicants- and young musicians everywhere-for harnessing the power of music to change the world. 

Choral Art Society invites you to listen to
 Our Virtual Spring Concert
in collaboration with 
Cape Cod Choral
performed on
Sunday, May 2, 2021  at 4:00PM

Along the Way: Paths & Dreams

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Spring returns with its light, sounds, scents, and color - reviving within us hope and anticipation of familiar pleasures and undreamed-of possibilities.

The hour of melody and poetry will remind us all that Nature's beauty continues to inspire us to take steps forward on our own path into the future. Romance, dreams, self-discovery, and sharing the journey are reflected in our program, both lively and lovely:

Click HERE to listen to our concert.

                     

                        1. "I Will Go On My Way," a Shaker hymn arranged by William C. Cutter
                        2. "Departure," words by Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857); music by Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
                        3. "A Path to Each Other," poem by Julia Klatt Singer, music by Jocelyn Hagen and Timothy C. Takach
                        4. "The Dreamer In Me," words and music by Pinkzebra
                        5. "It Had To Be You/You Made Me Love You:" "It Had To Be You," words by Gus Kahn,

                            music by Isham Jones; "You Made Me Love You," words by James V. Monaco and Joseph McCarthy,                                         arranged and orchestrated by Adam and Matt Podd.

 
Donations are greatly appreciated; please visit this URL to donate: https://www.choralartsociety.org/donate

All proceeds benefit the Choral Art Society of the South Shore (a registered 501c(3) charity) whose mission is to bring quality choral music to southeastern Massachusetts).

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING LOCAL PERFORMING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS

This program is supported in part by Coastal Heritage Bank, Massachusetts Cultural Council, and South Shore Music Circus.

 

     

                                                   

 

 

 

This program is also supported in part by grants from Bridgewater Cultural Council, Duxbury Cultural Council, Hanover Cultural Council, Hingham Cultural Council, Marshfield Cultural Council, and Scituate Cultural Council, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

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