SSC Community Voices in performance

SSC Community Voices and SSC Community Voices, Too!

Winter Concerts
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

SSC Community Voices in concert.SSC Community Voices
7 pm, Duxbury campus

SSC Community Voices, Too!
7:30 pm, Hingham campus

The chorus presents a variety of seasonal tunes, including, Adeste Fideles, Walking in the Air, Reflections of Hanukah, Light the Kinara, and Feliz Navidad. A non-auditioned chorus, SSC Community Voices provides joyful ensemble singing and performance opportunities for over 30 singers in an inclusive and accommodating environment. Directed by Board Certified Music Therapists Emily Browder Melville and Kari O'Briant, the chorus begins their next session in January and welcomes new singers and peer mentors. 

The concert is free and open to the public. Audience members are invited to join the chorus members for a complimentary reception following the concert.

An inclusive chorus designed for singers of all abilities, age 16 and up. Groups meet Wednesday evenings at both our Duxbury and Hingham campuses. Repertoire includes master works, folk and traditional, seasonal, and popular tunes. These groups perform 2-8 times per year.

Begins Wednesday September 27
11 weeks
$25

Winter/Spring Session begins January 24, 2018
15 weeks
$25

Eve Montague, MT-BC, Amanda Goff, MT-BC
Location: Duxbury Campus/Ellison Center for the Arts

Emily Browder Melville, MT-BC, Kari O;Briant, MT-BC
Location: Hingham campus

For more information contact Eve Montague, Music Therapy Department Chair at e.montague@sscmusic.org or 781-934-2731, x20.


South Shore Conservatory thanks the Cordelia Family Foundation for underwriting SSC Community Voices and SSC Community Voices Too! with a grant of $20,000 for the 2016/2017 school year. Their investment ensured reduced participation fees, thereby removing financial barriers.