Singing at the Cathedral:
Music to Feed Your Soul
"Hear, and your Soul shall live" Isaiah 55:3
Music is an integral part of life at the Cathedral as we communally express the deepest thoughts of our hearts. The Cathedral has three choirs that sing regularly at services and an extensive music education program for children and youth. In addition to the Cathedral Choirs, the Paris Choral Society is an affiliated chorus that performs several concerts each year. We are currently recruiting for all choirs.
Contact Canon Zach Ullery at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
AGES 8-13: Children’s Choir, Wednesdays 5:00-7:00pm.
AGES 14-18: Youth Choir, Thursdays 6:00-8:00pm
AGES 18 and older: Cathedral Choir, Thursdays 7:00-9:00pm (audition required).
The Paris Choral Society
The Paris Choral Society is a 100-strong, international "unpaid but professional-level choir" (New York Times).
This season we will be performing Mozart's Requiem, Jehan Alain’s Requiem, Mauersberger’s Wie liegt die Stadt so wüst and Vaughan Williams’ Toward an Unknown Region; Handel’s Messiah (Sing-Along!); The World Premiere of Richard Burchard’s Stabat Mater and John Rutter’s Requiem; and our final concert will be a concert of all women composers.
Auditions will be held in the beginning of September. To apply, look for an audition form and more details about the choir on our website: www.parischoralsociety.com.