MSC Singers – Love in the Spring


Through the ages there have been countless Anglo-European folk songs written about love. Come sing with the MSC Singers this spring as we study and perfect four of these well-known folk songs that have been set in four-part harmony. As part of the instruction, we will study healthy singing habits through vocal exercises catering to the older voice. Prerequisites: A good ear, a good musical memory, and past choral singing experience. Reading music is an asset but not a requirement. For those of you who have previously sung with the MSC Singers, we welcome you back. 

About the Instructor

Stu Gillespie retired in 2004 as a professor of music and fine arts department chair at Naugatuck Valley Community College in Connecticut. He began his choral directing career in 1965 as a baritone with the US Army Chorus in Europe. He is a published composer and has written numerous arrangements of well-known folk songs for the MSC Singers. 





Stu Gillespie


2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
8-week course begins 4/9
Regular classes end on 5/14. There will be a special practice on 6/11 and a performance on 6/13 at MSC’s annual social





St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Brunswick