The spring 2023 semester of the Brattleboro Women's Chorus will begin March 16, 2023. Both in-person and Zoom options are available!
The Brattleboro Women’s Chorus welcomes anyone aged 10 and older who identifies as female or non-binary, and whose vocal range comfortably includes the A in the middle of the treble staff. Rehearsals are a mix of warm ups, moving our bodies and singing some beautiful & uplifting songs that will carry you through your week.
Rehearsals for SPRING 2023 begin March 16, both in-person and on Zoom.
Thursday mornings 10 am - noon at the Brattleboro Music Center (masks/vax required)
Thursday evenings 6:30 - 8:30 pm at All Souls Church (masks required)
Friday mornings from 10:30 am - noon via Zoom
Please read our Covid policies (based on the venues we rehearse in), knowing that everything is subject to change.
For all the information on the Spring 2023 semester, please read Director Becky Graber's letter about possible songs and other details.
The chosen music is an eclectic mix from around the world that is spirited and spiritual. To get a sense of the varied music we sing, here is a list of all the songs we've sung in our concerts or you can listen to a few sample tracks from our CD! Still not sure? Check out all the benefits of singing in a chorus here!
The fact that we have an online component enables us to reach out to anyone, no matter where they live, so be sure to invite your friends or family to sing with you!
The Chorus has been under the direction of Becky Graber since 1996 and is unique in that much of the music, even multiple and complicated parts, is taught by ear. Written music is available on occasion, but practice recordings and word sheets are always provided to help with learning.
Our adult fee for the semester is a sliding scale of $85-$160 ($140 being the "true cost"), family pairs are $190 and students up to age 25 are $70. Financial aid is available so that chorus can be affordable to all.
Registering for Chorus is easy:
Returning Singers: REGISTER ONLINE by March 2