Chatham Chorale recently appointed T. Joseph Marchio as its new director replacing Margaret Bossi who retired in July 2010. Mr. Marchio is a highly qualified musician who brings significant exprience in choral direction to the organization.
In presenting some of the world’s best-known choral works through concerts and collaborations, Chatham Chorale offers opportunities for its singers and audience members from every Cape Cod town and beyond to be involved in learning about, promoting and appreciating the musical arts. The Chatham Chorale wants its audiences to feel integrated in the concert programs it offers; to become part of the emotional, inspiring and uplifting experience that can happen when a group of the oldest musical instruments – human voices – gather together to sing. Additionally, it funds an annual scholarship for local students pursuing a musical education.
The Chamber Singers of The Chatham Chorale are a group of thirty plus voices under the direction of Joseph Marchio. They will perform two formal concerts this 2010-2011 season in addition to numerous community service appearances.
The Chatham Chorale is committed to providing opportunities for a culturally and age diverse group of singers to study, rehearse and perform quality works accompanied by professional soloists and musicians.
The Chatham Chorale, founded in 1970 by Marjorie Bennett Morley and Dr. E. Robert Harned, draws its one hundred auditioned singers from almost every Cap
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