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Foster City Community Chorus

Foster City Community Chorus
The Foster City Community Chorus

The Foster City Community Chorus is a community based, performance oriented vocal group offering a variety of musical literature ranging from classical to folk to contemporary. The Chorus sings for community and civic events and presents public concerts in the Spring and Winter.

Founded in 1992, it is Foster City's original vocal group offering a recreational experience to those who like to sing and who desire to join in harmony with others. Participation is open to adult residents of Foster City and the surrounding communities. Auditions are not required, but a strong sense of committment and dedication to the group is essential. Under the direction of Paul Hurst, instruction in basic music theory and fundamental singing techniques is offered in a non-threatening environment, with support from other chorus members. Public performance is also an important part of the chorus experience. The chorus has performed more than fifty concerts and civic performances.

Rehearsals are Tuesdays, 7:00-9:45 p.m. in the LGI Room of Audubon Elementary School, 841 Gull Avenue, Foster City.

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Rehearsal seasons are January through early May and September through early December. Registration opens at the beginning of each season. Each season culminates in a public concert. The spring season features secular pieces and the fall season emphasizes holiday pieces for Christmas and Hannukah.

Foster City Community Chorus is cosponsored by the Foster City Parks and Recreation Department and the nonprofit Peninsula Musical Arts Association. Its financial support comes from participation fees from the singers, concert ticket sales and proceeds from corporate and private performances.

How do I join?

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