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The Concord Singers is a women’s community chorus that strives to achieve high quality through dedication and hard work. We offer a friendly musical home to both novice and experienced singers.
Concord Singers and the Philadelphia Mandolin Ensemble joined for two concerts:  Wintersong and Music for a Winter's Eve.
About Concord Singers
Founded in 1977, Concord Singers provides a friendly musical home for both experienced and novice singers. It is currently under the direction of Charity Wicks, and accompanied by Caroline Parody. There is no formal audition process to join. While some prior singing experience is preferred, an enthusiasm and ability for learning wonderful music are the only essential prerequisites (learn more). Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings from September to May at Calvary Church in Summit.

We perform two main concerts a year; one celebrating spring in May, and a holiday event in December. We also sponsor a Women's Choral Workshop in alternate years.

Our repertoire is varied and includes sacred and secular music. Composers range from the classical works of Beethoven, Mozart, and Mendelssohn to the more modern works of Gwyneth Walker, Rogers & Hammerstein, Z. Randall Stroope, Clifton Noble, Jr. and George Gershwin.

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President: Barbara Freidin: president@concordsingers.org 

Treasurer: Sheila Sherman: treasurer@concordsingers.org 

Membership: Cheryl Stoyle membership@concordsingers.org

Advertising: Debra Boyman ads@concordsingers.org

Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through a grant administered by the Union County Division of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.
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