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Washington Summer Sings!

2013 Summer Sings!
(31st Season of Tuesday Evening Sing-Alongs)

Download the Schedule for 2013 Summer Sings as a PDF

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 - Faure: Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine
Robert Shafer, conductor

Artistic Director of the City Choir of Washington and Director of Choral Activities, Shenandoah Conservatory
Pianist: Thomas Pandolfi

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 - Mendelssohn: Elijah (Choral excerpts)
Thomas Beveridge, conductor

Artistic Director, New Dominion Chorale and National Men's Chorus
Pianist: Thomas Pandolfi

Tuesday, June 18, 2012 - Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem
Scott Tucker, conductor

Artistic Director, The Choral Arts Society of Washington
Pianist: Thomas Pandolfi

Tuesday, June 25, 2012 - Mozart: Requiem
J. Reilly Lewis, conductor

Music Director of the Cathedral Choral Society and the Washington Bach Consort
Pianist: Thomas Pandolfi

All 2013 Summer Sings will be held at Western Presbyterian Church, 2401 Virginia Ave NW, Washington, DC, accessible by Metro (Foggy Bottom), bus, and car (www.westernpresbyterian.org).

All Summer Sings begin at 7:30 pm.

About Summer Sings!
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Since 1992, New Dominion Chorale has sponsored Washington Summer Sings, Tuesday evening sing-alongs of great choral works conducted by outstanding local choral conductors.

This summer tradition is beloved by the many singers in the area whose choral programs take the summer off. It's a time to meet old friends and a place to bring guests with similar interests. It's one of the best aspects of summer in Washington, and further evidence why this is called the "choral capitol of the United States."

Music selections have included the favorite standards for large chorus performance as well as less familiar pieces in which sight-readers can be carried along by singers in their surrounding section. Publicity for the series is in the Washington Post, and letters are mailed to choral groups, church choirs, local universities, and the ongoing list of participants.

Altos at a past Summer Sing

Letters are sent to a number of high school choral directors asking them to mention the series to students who might be interested in studying choral music performance seriously, either as professionals or amateurs. We expect that young people will learn about choral performance from several aspects: chorister, soloist, conductor, and accompanist. We will offer free admission to interested students.

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