SUBSCRIPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR NEXT SEASON: Vivaldi, Mozart, Gershwin, Vaughan Williams and Palestrina highlighted!

The Virginia Chorale, on the heels of its memorable finale concert of Rachmaninoff's "Vespers", proudly announces its 2001-2002 concert season lineup, the 18th offered by the Commonwealth's only fully professional choral ensemble. Subscriptions are now available for this newly expanded five-concert series which features beloved standards of the choral repertoire as well as lesser known gems by Menotti, Howells and Lauridsen.

Please click here for complete information on the coming season as well as subscription information!



  Auditions for the Virginia Chorale now being scheduled for June 14-16! Call to set up your appointment!

Professional auditions for roster positions in the Virginia Chorale, as well as NEWLY ANNOUNCED SALARIED QUARTET positions (part time) can be scheduled with Ann Prince, Chorale Manager, by calling the Chorale office at 627-8375. Auditionees will be required to prepare assigned excerpts from the choral repertoire, demonstrate their ear-training and theory skills and sight singing.

All roster positions are paid on a per-service basis, and quartet singers will receive a $10,000 salary for a 44 week contracted season (15-20 hours average time commitment weekly).

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The talented high school singers who comprised the Virginia Chorale's Young Singers Project in January and February will appear on PBS television in a nationwide December telecast of "A Sign of the Times", celebrating the music and career of British star Petula Clark.

Invited by the Virginia Arts Festival in cooperation with WHRO in Norfolk and PBS, the singers participation in the May 20 and 21 performances at Chrysler Hall reflect both past hits by Ms. Clark ("Don't Give Up", "The Wedding Song"), and her broadway career ("I Dreamed a Dream"). In addition, participation by guest stars Lou Rawls and Richard Carpenter add to the celebration of Petula Clark's long career and many musical associations.

The Young Singers Project is comprised of talented high school singers from all around Hampton Roads. They were selected by rigorous audition, and participated in an intense schedule of rehearsals in January and February, and received mentorship from the Virginia Choralešs professional singers. The YSP roster includes students from 9th to 12th grade, and auditions are held annually for this extraordinarily talented ensemble.

The Mission of the Virginia Chorale, the Commonwealth of Virginia's only Professional choral ensemble, is to foster enjoyment of and education about the choral art in Hampton Roads and beyond, through the performance of a broad repertoire of choral music by the highest caliber of professional singers.