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Music March 8, 2012 at 12:05 pm

Local Choral Ensembles?

I am looking for a local community choir or a capella group in the area to get back into singing and bring music back into my life. Something casual, though I have no problem auditioning. Beyond that, I’m open to a private vocal lessons if anyone has a good recommendation for a vocal coach. Any suggestions out there in PoPville?

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Runnymede Singers!
I joined them earlier this semester and so far so good! I’m also looking for a good voice teacher – haven’t found one yet, but there do seem to be lots of options.

sienner921, join the Congressional Chorus! I joined when I first moved to DC for the same reason – to get back into singing. Three years later, I’m still loving it!
Check out our Facebook page (http://facebook.com/congressionalchorus) our website (http://congressionalchorus.org) or shoot me an email: douglas.footeATgmail.com.

I sing with Orfeia, a group of women in who sing mostly Bulgarian music. Our director, Tatiana Sarbinska, is an amazing singer and teacher. She also teaches private voice lessons that are extremely helpful. I wouldn’t say it’s a casual group – weekly rehearsals, weekend rehearsals once a month, and gigs here and there – but I think it’s worth the time commitment. I’ve been with Orfeia for 2 1/2 years and love it! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Orfeia/276421249048259
For something more casual, Tatiana will lead a series of workshops in April culminating in a performance, organized by Carpe Diem Arts in Takoma. It’s going to be really fun plus it will be a great opportunity to try out the style of music and experience Tatiana’s teaching if you are interested in Orfeia.  http://www.carpediemarts.org/Site2/ORFEIA_April_2012.html

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