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Below are the current member choruses with links to their specific sites. Welcome to latest ACAA member, Voices in the Oaks.
All choruses are accepting new members; check the Chorus' site for more information.
The Arizona Repertory Singers is a 45-voice choral ensemble that shares its tradition of choral artistry and varied performance repertoire – spanning several eras from Renaissance to current contemporary choral music – with audiences of all ages in Tucson and Pima County. The ensemble’s volunteer singers, selected through a rigorous audition process, maintain full-time careers in business, education, engineering, information technology, law, medicine, social service, science and the arts.
Arizona Women's Chorus (AWC):
The Arizona Women’s Chorus performs many different kinds of music, ranging from Pop to Classical. Our repertoire is as varied as the women in the chorus, and yet always entertaining. The chorus has nearly 60 members from all walks of life in the greater Tucson area. Our Board is made up of community members who support choral singing and its benefits to the community. As one of the few choruses which go out into the community to perform, we plan full seasons of engagements every winter and spring, entertaining local service and business groups, nursing homes, retirement communities, and special events. We highly value collaborating with local and international artists. The Women’s Chorus has performed with such groups as the Tucson Symphony for the Oro Valley Annual July 4th concert, TCC with the Arizona Symphonic Winds, the Son’s of Orpheus, the Tucson Youth Chamber Ensemble, The Tucson Girls Chorus, The Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, HarpFusion, Tucson Concert Band, Rene Clausen and the Concordia choir of Moorehead, Minnesota, Kirby Shaw, Rollo Dilworth, Jovert (Steel Drum Band from Tucson High School), Carnegie Hall, New York City, and Normandy, France for the 2016 D-Day Wreath Laying Ceremonies.
Camerata Sonora brings little known, rarely heard music to life through immersive, imaginative performances that tell a story.
We are a vocal chamber ensemble that varies in size from 12 to 20 musicians. Our members are a mix of highly-trained, semi-professional musicians, and talented, dedicated amateurs with little formal music training.
We are drawn to music that, because of its challenging nature, is rarely performed by chamber ensembles. This includes a wide range of traditional music from around the world, so-called “early” music of the Western tradition, music that blurs boundaries between classical and vernacular genres, and music—both historical and contemporary—that in other ways pushes the boundaries of Western musical conventions.
We endeavor to prepare concerts that subvert conceptions of chamber music performance as overly academic, static, and detached. Instead we emphasize that music is alive, constantly evolving, and intimately linked to identity and a sense of place.
The incomparable Ella Fitzgerald said, “The only thing better than singing is more singing.” For the women of Cheaper Than Therapy Quartet, Ella’s words are our motto! Fran, Carrie, Rena and Gail are as different as different can be…yet their voices blend beautifully and they love ringing chords while entertaining community audiences. Between the four of them, they have over 100 years of incredibly serious fun experience in singing a cappella in the barbershop style; unaccompanied 4-part harmony.
Based in Tucson, AZ, Cheaper Than Therapy knows that people who sing are healthier than people who don’t… we’re talking mind, body, spirit and soul. And recently, science has caught up! Studies have found that singing lessens feelings of depression and loneliness, along with exercising our brain and improving our sense of well-being. Is it any wonder why we chose our name?!
Constantly learning new repertoire, we customize our performances with our audiences in mind. We sing the kind of music that everyone loves to hear, whether we're busking on a street corner, or belting it out at the ball field, we're happy to entertain you!
If you would like to join us, call Grayson Hirst at 520-484-3743, or visit one of our rehearsals between late August and early May. We are a group of amateurs—men who like to sing. Some of us have sung with choral groups for many years, for others the SONS OF ORPHEUS is a first time experience. Some of us have had a great deal of musical training, others have had none. All of us have persisted until we perform unashamedly before a musically aware public.
The group promises to welcome you, to help you master the arts of music and diction, to tell jokes from time to time as needed to lighten the atmosphere, and above all, to have a good time.
We practice each Wednesday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M., usually at Tucson Boy’s Chorus Building, 5770 East Pima Street and most Saturdays from 8:30 to 10:00 A.M., usually at St. Cyril Church, Northeast corner of Pima Street and Swan Road.
The Helios Ensemble is a 50-person community vocal performance group based in Tucson, Arizona founded and directed by Benjamin Hansen.
The group creates heartfelt, professional level performances through creative and uplifting group vocal technique.
You can contact us at: 202-262-3634 or Send Email
We are a community chorus on Tucson’s east side, welcoming singers of all ages and levels of musical experience. Most members have sung in school or church choirs at some time in their lives, and have come together to share in the joy of choral music-making. We sing a varied repertoire, from pop standards, folk ballads and Broadway tunes to classical styles from across the centuries to contemporary composers. Online practice tracks and sample performances are available as learning aids, and free lessons are available to develop music reading skills if needed.
The Vail Chorale rehearses on Tuesday evenings from 7-9 pm at Cienega High School, 12775 East Mary Ann Cleveland Way, Room 218.
We'd love to have you sing with us, no auditions required!
Email: email@example.com for more information.
A critically acclaimed professional chamber choir and orchestra, with innovative programming, intimate and acoustically excellent performances across the region, and voices and instrumentalists of the highest caliber from across the country, with a mission to create experiences that move, enrich and inspire. Email contact. Find us on Facebook.
The Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus is dedicated to providing boys in the community an enriched educational experience through the study and performance of choral music.
The Chorus endeavors to impart musical, social and leadership skills that build self-esteem and have a sustaining impact on its members. Representing and serving the community as an artistic and cultural resource are fundamental to the Chorus mission.
Tucson Barbershop eXperience is the performing chorus of the Tucson Sunshine Chapter of the Far Western District of The Barbershop Harmony Society (SPEBSQSA, Inc.).
Our vision is to be the leading men’s a capella singing organization in Southern Arizona, committed to continuously improving our performance, and fully supporting the Tucson community through our music.
The Mission of the Tucson Sunshine Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society is to share the joy of a capella harmony and musical performance, enriching the lives of its members while reaching out to youth and community.
The Tucson Barbershop eXperience invites boys and men of all ages to sing with our chorus. Come visit any of our rehearsals, Monday evenings, 6:30-9:00 p.m., at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E River Rd.
Tucson Desert Harmony Chorus promotes quality barbershop music while singing with passion, enthusiasm and energy. We understand that excellence in singing is accomplished through education, practice, performing, and competing--while having fun! We are committed to sharing our love of music with each other and our community.
We are a chapter of Sweet Adelines International, a 501(c)3 organization, and are committed to bringing the joy of four-part harmony, a cappella music to women of all ages. Tucson Desert Harmony Chorus belongs to the Golden West region of Sweet Adelines International.
If you love a cappella singing and want to join a performance chorus, you've found the right group!
All our rehearsals are open to the public and to potential new members, so why not pay us a visit?
We rehearse at 6:30 PM every Tuesday evening at the Tucson Jewish Community Center, 3800 E. River Road, Tucson, AZ 85718-6600.
Founded in 1985, the Tucson Girls Chorus is recognized as an outstanding choral education program working with girls from Kindergarten through High School in seven choirs. The entry level choir is perfect for Kinders as an introduction to choral singing. The singers have an opportunity to progress up to the next chorus at the end of each singing year through automatic move up (lower choirs) or by auditions (upper choirs). With each chorus comes greater responsibilities and musicianship. All choirs have two major concerts in December and in May that is open to the public. They also present concerts locally (except the entry level) and all choirs participate in community service and fundraising events. The two upper choirs tour nationally and internationally, and have produced CDs. In the fall of 2013, an Alumnae Chorus was created to provide previous TGC graduates to stay connected to the TGC and continue their passion for choral singing. Phone: 520-577-6064.
Tucson Masterworks Chorale: (Southern Arizona's oldest choral arts organization):
Founded in 1949, Tucson Masterworks Chorale is Southern Arizona’s premier community chorus. We strive to make the great masterworks of choral literature, from pre-Baroque to contemporary, accessible to singers and audience members from all walks of life, to grow musically, and to encourage cultural participation in our community. We are a NonProfit 501(c)(3) organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.
Tucson Summer Chorus:
Rehearsal will be held via zoom.
Rehearsals will be Monday evenings from 7-9 pm, from June 7 through July 26.
The Virtual Concert will be published online at the end of the Summer.
Cost will still be $30 per person for the entire summer season. Please RSVP by calling 520-404-3148 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can pay your fee using the following link. You do not have to have PayPal in order to pay—just pay as a guest.
Tucson Women's Chorus: Now under the direction of their new Artistic Director Natalie Killom
Founded in 2002 the Tucson Women's Chorus is an a cappella singing group in Tucson, AZ, USA. The group sings chants, rounds and songs of cultures and traditions from around the world. The emphasis of the chorus is on using the natural voice and learning songs the way our ancestors learned them for untold millennia: by singing them.
The chorus includes women who have sung in other choruses as well as a current majority of women who love to sing and have never before sung in an organized group, or even considered themselves "singers." Performing in community settings is optional, though encouraged.
New members are welcome! All women and girls (when accompanied by a singing adult) are encouraged to join the chorus. No auditions, sight-reading or experience is required.
In February of 2016, Mary Huebner founded the Voices in the Oaks Chorale to bring a vocal music component to the Oracle Piano Society. The purpose was to bring enjoyment of music in general to anyone who wanted to participate, and to enhance appreciation for vocal music in particular. The effect has been to create a chorale community that grows in numbers and musicianship with each concert presented!
We love to sing!
The Voices in the Oaks Chorale is a community chorus, comprised of singers from Oracle, the surrounding communities and the general Tucson area. The only requirements to sing with the chorus are a love of singing, the dedication to attend rehearsals and learn music, and to perform to your best ability. The ability to read music while helpful, is not a requirement to be a member of the chorus, and there is no audition!
Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings, 6:00 – 8:00 pm. For more information, contact Coralee Thompson.
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