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Choir Schedule

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I join Staunton Choral Society?

Staunton Choral accepts new members at the beginning of the Spring and Fall seasons. You can contact us at stauntonchoral@gmail.com for more information.

What time commitments can I expect as a singer with Staunton Choral?

During the season, you should plan to attend rehearsal on Monday nights from 6:30-8:30, as well as a dress rehearsal (usually on the Friday before our performance). We usually have 1-2 concerts per season, and you should plan to arrive a few hours early for call time.

 

When is the next season?
Our next season starts with a 6:30pm rehearsal on August 26th, 2024 through our second concert at 7pm on December 15, 2024. 

When are rehearsals? 

Rehearsals are on Mondays at 6:30pm-8:30pm at Christ Lutheran Church in Staunton.

What should I bring to rehearsal?

You will need a binder and a pencil. You can also use a tablet if you prefer, but make sure you can annotate the music. Don't forget to stay hydrated! There is a water fountain available, but water bottles are encouraged.

How do I know if rehearsal is canceled?

If there is inclement weather or a scheduling conflict, you will get an email from stauntonchoral@gmail.com telling you that there is no rehearsal.

What do I do if I can't make it to rehearsal?

We encourage you to make as many rehearsals as possible. If you do need to miss rehearsal, email our Secretary at stauntonchoral@gmail.com as soon as you know you won't be there.

What are the dress requirements for the concert?

Wear concert black. If you will be wearing a dress or skirt, ensure it is at least knee-length. 

If you are wearing a dress, ensure it has sleeves (no tank tops). If you are wearing pants, wear a long-sleeve shirt with a black tie. Shoes should be black. Do not use scented perfume/cologne.

Music must be in a black binder.

Do I need to wear my concert attire for dress rehearsal?

No, you can wear casual clothing for the dress rehearsal. Wear comfortable shoes.

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