Calling all voices who love to sing! All singers are welcome at the UMS Choral Union Summer Sings, popular choral reading sessions that take place three times each summer. Now in their 26th season, just come as you are to these no-audition, no-performance evenings of memorable music-making.
The next Summer Sings happens Monday, June 24 at Hill Auditorium on the campus of University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, beginning at 7 p.m. The chorus will practice and perform the Duruflé Requiem, Op. 9. The program is led by Scott Hanoian, Music Director and Conductor, UMS Choral Union.
As many as 250 singers from southeastern Michigan, northern Ohio, and Canada have joined each session in singing through great choral repertoire with some of the nation’s most respected choral conductors and outstanding soloists. We rehearse portions of the score during the first half, break for refreshments, and then re-convene to sing through the entire work. Summer Sings sessions also will be held July 15 and Aug. 5.
All Summer Sings cost $5 per singer, paid at the door. Click here for details about UMS Choral Union and Summer Sings.
Hill Auditorium is located at 825 North University Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48109.