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Useful Information for Your First Rehearsal


  • We are not required to be able to read music.  Our director works with us on sight-reading since many members don't read music or have forgotten whatever music they learned years ago in school.  

  • We make available "guidance tracks" which presently has our director recording all parts of a song. 

  • At the first rehearsal you attend, our director will listen to and evaluate you in private, determining your range and appropriate section. 

  • We are concerned for the health and safety of our members. Follow this link for our Health Protocols.


  • The chorus supplies the sheet music we will need. In the Fall we rehearse for the Winter (Holiday) concert, and in January we start to rehearse for our Spring Concert. You may prefer to work with the sheet music on a tablet. One of our members has been scanning the scores and making them available for others. (For that limited use only.)

  • All singers are asked to pay dues.  The dues are $10 per month pay for 10 months; we take July and August off.  We do have scholarships for people who cannot pay.  We do not ever let money get in the way of someone joining us. 

  • Our board of directors is made up of singers and members of the community. At meetings, the board sets dates for concerts, plans for publicity, strategizes recruitment of new members, and decides policy issues.  The board also oversees the finances of the organization.  Board members can be singing or non-singing members. All chorus members are welcome to attend board meetings.

  • We rehearse at  Plymouth Church UCC, 2717 E. Hampshire St., Milwaukee, WI 53211 usually in the sanctuary. Street Parking is readily available that time of night within a block walk to the church. Rehearsals begin at 7 p.m. but feel free to come a little earlier.    

  • For our Holiday concert, you may need to provide your own black tuxedo; we can help you find an affordable option.  At our Spring concert and other performances, we typically wear a logo shirt or t-shirt which can be purchased through the chorus. 

  • Rehearsal is hard work, but also fun! In order to learn the music and be well prepared for performances, we keep focused during rehearsals without too much chattering among ourselves or using a cell phone. You will find we are very social during the break and after rehearsal. We try to create harmony in our music and in our interactions with one another.


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