MSC Singers is the Senior College chorus class. This group of singers practices formal choral arrangements of well known folk music from America, Canada, and the British Isles. As part of our class we study voice training through vocal exercises catering to the older voice. We also study the history of folk music in relation to the music we are practicing. This class is ideal for those who have had experience singing in a college or community choruses. For those of you who have sung with us in years past, we welcome you back. Prerequisites: If you know you have a good ear, a good musical memory, and you have a past choral singing experience please consider joining us. Reading music is an asset but not a requirement. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. No Limit
Required Book(s): None
Stuart Gillespie retired in 2004 as Director of Choral Ensembles 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 received the American Choral Directors Association award for the “Outstanding Choral Director of Connecticut” in 1998. He is a published composer and has written numerous arrangements of well-known folk songs.