The Lexington Pops Chorus thanks the Lexington Council for the Arts for their generous grant for 2017---2018. The Lexington Council for the Arts is a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Open Rehearsals: Before joining, potential chorus members are invited to sing with us at the first two rehearsals of a semester. Dates will be announced, but fall semester open rehearsals will be on Tuesdays, 7:30 pm, in Clark Hall of Hancock Church, 1912 Mass Ave, Lexington. Auditions are not required, however singers must be able to read music and stand for concerts. If you love to sing, please join us. We look forward to welcoming you! The Lexington Pops Chorus is a member of The Greater Boston Choral Consortium and currently enjoys the enthusiasm of more than 65 singers from over 23 towns.
Spring Concert: The Lexington Pops Chorus Spring Concert will be performed on May 17 and 18, 2019. When available, further information will be provided on our Concerts page. Our spring concert will feature:
Hear My Prayer—Felix Mendelssohn
1. Hear My Prayer
2. O, For the Wings of a Dove
Soprano Solo by Genithia Hogges
1. Gloria tibi
Soloists—Dave Archibald, Donna Cantera-Davis
2. A Simple Song
Soprano Solo—Becky DesRoches
Prayer of the Children—Andrea Klause
Peace Like a River—Gwyneth Walker
Psalm 150—Cesar Franck
Witness—arr. Jack Halloran
West Side Story (Choral Suite)—Bernstein/Mac Huff
1 . Something’s Coming,
I Feel Pretty,
Soloists: Bethany Huffman,
We Shall Overcome—arr. Uzee Brown, Jr.
The Lexington Pops Chorus is an adult nonprofit organization dedicated to the performance of varied, mixed-voice music for the benefit, education, and enjoyment of its members, Lexington, and the surrounding communities.