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Girls’ Choir of Cheshire
Auditions for Upcoming Season
Connecticut – April 2, 2013 – The United Girls’ Choir of Cheshire has announced
that auditions are currently being held for girls, ages 6-17, from throughout
the region. Auditions will be held throughout
the spring and summer, and all interested girls are eligible to audition. No experience is necessary. Auditions will be
held at First Congregational Church of Cheshire, on Monday, June 10, from
3:30pm-6:30pm. Additional dates are also available. Audition information and
appointments may be obtained by calling (203) 787-1244 or by sending an e-mail
United Girls’ Choir is Connecticut’s fastest-growing choral organization, with
over 500 choristers in twenty-two ensembles. The program has well-established
chapters based in Cheshire, Hamden, North Haven, Branford, Milford, Shelton,
Madison, Clinton and Killingworth. The United Girls’ Choir has collaborated
with numerous local choral groups, including the Branford Chorale, the Clinton
Choral Club, the Trinity Boys’ Choir, and the University Glee Club, and has
performed masterworks including Handel’s Messiah and Vivaldi’s Gloria with
professional orchestras. In addition,
United Girls’ Choir choristers have performed in venues such as the Shubert
Theater and participated in several concert tours throughout New
United Girls’ Choir is affiliated with the nationally-renowned Elm City Girls’
Choir of New Haven, which has performed at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center,
Walt Disney World, and on CBS Television.
Together, the United Girls’ Choir and Elm City Girls’ Choir compose the United Choir School,
a private, non-sectarian educational organization that offers musical training
and performance opportunities to young musicians throughout Connecticut.
The School’s mission is to foster a deep commitment to the realization
of personal and artistic potential and to cultivate an environment that engenders
cooperation, creativity, self-discipline, and, above all, an earnest respect
for all people.
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