Posts Tagged ‘Other Opportunities’


Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

From Fred and Judy Wulff: This year’s annual picnic will be on Saturday, May 9, from 2 to 6 PM, in our yard at 6551 Columbia Pike, in/near Annandale. Here are a few hints about finding us and parking your car.

We live across Columbia Pike from Belvedere Elementary School’s athletic yard. It is just East of Sleepy Hollow Road and the Mason District Park; and West of Whispering Lane. Turn into Ancient Oak Court to reach our driveway. (Our north/south driveway is named Fitzhugh Drive but that name only appears on a few maps.) You can park along the driveway. Early arrivals should come in the driveway, turn around and park facing out. You can also park along Sulky Lane (check a map).

Bring food to share and your favorite beverage.

We will supply paper plates and cups, plastic utensils, and ice chest and a gas fired grill. There is a small cabin in the picnic area. It has a bathroom, refrigerator and electric stove. We will also have containers for recyclables and trash.

Fred and Judy Wulff


Monday, April 13th, 2015

From Dr. Whitmire: Lika Bozhich, voice major and former member of the chorus, will give here graduation recital this Friday at 7:30 pm in Tyler AT130. The recital will feature music by Arne, Paisiello, Ciampi, Mozart, Schumann, Dargomyzhsky, Tchaikovsky and Faurè.

Please come support this wonderful young soprano.

Rehearsal 2 and Salzburg

Monday, January 19th, 2015

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers-

Thanks to the fine group of women who came in on Saturday. Special thanks to Christine who directed the rehearsal in my absence.

I look forward to seeing everyone for Rehearsal 2 tomorrow night. We will rehearse all the spiritual and movement 1 and 2 of the Requiem.

I have gotten a good response regarding Salzburg Festival, July 1-7, 2015. This will be the final message about this trip to the whole chorus. I just want to make sure I did not leave out anyone who is interested. Each person of the list should have received trip details. Those who are definitely committed to going are noted. If you have expressed an interest or committed but are not listed, let me know. [See email for list]

Under enrolled classes

Friday, January 9th, 2015

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- Today is the day when under enrolled classes get the axe, and many music classes are on the block. If you were ever thinking of taking a music class, now is the perfect time.

MUS 137 and 237 Chorus are OK. I appreciate those singers who are seniors, but elected to register as paying students.

These classes are in trouble:
Mus 131/2 Class Voice – learn to how to be the best singer you can be
Mus 163 Beginning Guitar – have fun learning to play guitar
Mus 164 Intermediate Guitar – have more fun learning to play guitar
Mus 198 Vocal Seminar – learn how to improve your solo singing

I am busy working on rehearsal CDs for Tuesday, and looking forward to seeing you then.

Performance Opportunity for NOVA Community Chorus Singers – Concert on December 21

Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- Check this out. Happy Holidays. – DrW

On Dec 17, 2014, at 11:16 AM, Debra Smyers <> wrote:

Dear Mark,

There is an opportunity available for some singers from NOVA Community Chorus to perform in a concert this Sunday, December 21, 4:00 pm at the Schlesinger Concert Hall in Alexandria (flyers attached.)

We are seeking 5 altos, 5 tenors and 6 basses to join a chorus of abut 60 singers.

Dress rehearsal Saturday, Dec. 20, 7:00 – 10:00 pm at the Arlington United Methodist Church.

Please let me know of your interest.

To enter the music site:

· The music site is
· The Username is mmgmusic.
· The Password is mag!cflute (Notice that it is with “!” (exclamation point) not “i”)

Here is the music at a glance although you will have to enter the site above for the links to work.

* Parent Directory<>
* Angels We Have Heard on High – Chorus.pdf<>
* ArmedForcesMedley-Chorus.pdf<>
* Away in a Manger-Silent Night Dec 2013 – Chorus.pdf<>
* Glorious Night of Miracles Opener – Chorus.pdf<>
* Glorious Night of Miracles Reprise 12-2013 – Chorus.pdf<>
* God Bless America – Chorus.pdf<>
* Good News.pdf<>
* HallelujahChorus-Chorus.pdf<>
* Hark the Herald Angels – Chorus.pdf<>
* LetThereBePeace-Chorus.pdf<>
* Maoz Tzur.pdf<>
* O Holy Night Rev Dec 2014 – Chorus.pdf<>
* O Little Town of Bethleham – Chorus.pdf<>
* PHSMarchT5Draft Chorus.pdf<>
* See the Conquering Hero Comes – Chorus.pdf<>
* Snowflake Waltz – Rev Dec 2014 – Chorus.pdf<>
* Snowflakes Waltz – Poco Meno Mosso – Chorus.pdf<>

Please let me know of your interest at your earliest convenience.

I can arrange for a small stipend payable to NOVA Community Chorus.

Thank you.

Professor Debra H. Smyers
Founder and Principal
Arts Consulting International, LLC
Local: 703-609-5469
International: 1-800-754-4507
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Vocal Seminar Students

Friday, November 21st, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers-

-This message is to all my Vocal Seminar students and those might want to join us.
-Miraculously, I am able to offer Vocal Seminar class again in the Spring (MUS 19801a, Sat 12:30-2:30 pm). It is one of my favorite course to teach. All I need now is lots of enrollments. Otherwise, they’ll shuffle me over to Basic Musicianship or some other class.
What is Vocal Seminar? you may ask. It’s a weekly opportunity for you to perform songs with a spectacular pianist (Chris Hagan) and receive instruction in vocal technique, style, diction, etc from me.
It is a very fun and rewarding class.
-Before Vocal Seminar you should take Class Voice (MUS 131, Mon/Tues 6:00-7:15 pm). There you will gain the solid vocal technique and musicianship skills you will need in Vocal Seminar. Also, lots of fun – ask around. Worth repeating if you took it before.
-The more choristers we can get into these classes, the better our chorus will sound.

See you tomorrow at 11:00 am.

PS – There will be a Voice Recital on Saturday, December 6, at 3:00 pm. Singers from my Vocal Seminar will sing. Come hear them.

PS- It would be great if some of my seniors could register as paying students. Otherwise I fear they might cancel us or reassign me before senior registration begins.

Also- 2 choristers, Tom Munger (bass) and Marty Maher (soprano), are in my Friday morning Music Appreciation (MUS12005a) class. This class has been redesigned to be be a world music course and I think this first semester has been really interesting. Check with them and see if they agree. We have had some fascinating and lively discussions.

Learn Guitar

Sunday, November 9th, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- I need your help spreading the word about my upcoming classes, starting with this one. Flyer attached (.pdf). Thanks-DrW

New Dominion Chorale

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

From Chorister Annette,
Peggy, could you share this concert announcement with the NOVA chorus. Note that tickets are only $5. for students. The concert is in Schlesinger next Sunday, Oct. 26, at 4 p.m.

Concert flyer (link)

Berkshire Choral International

Friday, October 17th, 2014

From Chorister Grace: For those singers who would love to sing the Mozart Vespers again (!), you can do so with Berkshire Choral International (formerly the Berkshire Choral Festival) in Portland, Oregon. The Portland week next year is from June 21 – 28 and will also include Purcell’s Dido & Aeneas with Karen Thomas conducting. Ms. Thomas is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Seattle Pro Musica. Other Berkshire programs offered in 2015 include a week in Ireland at the National University of Ireland campus in the village of Maynooth, outside Dublin, performing Haydn’s Creation with Julien Wachner conducting. And there are three weeks to select from in the original Berkshires of western Massachusetts – Britten’s War Requiem, July 11 – 19 with Jane Glover conducting; the music of Duke Ellington and his era, July 19 – 26 with Philip Brunelle conducting; and Dvorak’s Stabat Mater, July 26 – August 2 with Erin Freeman conducting.

Each week rehearsals are held mornings and evenings with most afternoons free for local sight-seeing and with the concert – with orchestra – on Saturday night. BCF usually offers organized local trips for the afternoons and also offers some programs for the non-singing partners of members of the chorus.

BCF also has a paid apprentice program for professional-track undergrad and grad students, and the Berkshire Scholar program for college undergraduate music students. More information on both of these programs can be found at There are also limited partial scholarships available for singers of any age.

Having vacationed with BCF almost every year since 2004, I heartily recommend the experience. For anyone interested, following is additional information about the registration process.

The online registration site is now available at Following is some information that explains the enrollment process.

1. Open enrollment lasts until December 31. Everyone who applies during that timeframe is considered in the selection.

2. The selection is made in January, and notifications are sent out by mid-month.

3. We do our best to fit singers into the week of their choice, but achieving a proper voice balance can prevent this. Therefore we encourage you to list a first, second, and even third choice to optimize your chances of getting in. (And keep in mind, if you attend one season, you may apply early for the next season!)

4. Applications are accepted after December 31 based on voice part availability until all spots are filled.

5. When you do apply, be sure to read the admissions page on the website. There is much important information, especially for those who are new to BCF.

8. Any questions about registration, applying, and participating can be addressed to Chorister Services Director Cynthia Pease at or by calling 413-229-8526.

Come talk to me if you want to know more!

Carmina Burana

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014

From Fred: Carmina Burana will be presented at our Schlesinger Center on Saturday, October 18, at 7:00 PM by Choralis, a semiprofessional chorus, with professional soloists and a full orchestra. They will be joined by their own Youth Choirs to present additional contemporary works by Cecilia McDowall, Francis Pott, and Andrew Gant.

Carmina Burana is my favorite choral work, whether I’m singing it or listening in the audience. We, NOVA Chorus, used it to open the Schlesinger Center. It is funny, exciting, amazing. It covers a wide range of topics, as familiar in the 13th century as they are in the 21st century: the fickleness of fortune and wealth, the joy of the return of Spring and the pleasures and perils of drinking, gluttony, gambling and lust.

The price of tickets are:
– Student (13 – 22) = $5.00
– Young Adult (23 – 29) = $20.00
– General Seating = $30.00
– Child (12 and under) = $0.00)

The home page of this chorus is:
Tickets at The Choralis Foundation — Carmina Burana

[Update October 2, 2014]

NOVA Chorus Singers:

Choralis’ Board of Directors will give our “older” singers a discount, too. [yes, I may be the oldest chorister myself]
Thanks, Helen.

Fred W – – –

Hello Fred (and Helen!),

Choralis is happy to offer a $5 discount on $45 Premium or $30 General Admission tickets to our upcoming Carmina Burana concert. We will be so appreciative of any promotion that can be made to the NOVA Chorus.

The promotion code for the discount is: SINGERFRIEND

It will work for online purchases made through our website ( – there is a box for entering a Promotion Code on the ticketing page) and will also be honored at the door if the buyer mentions this code to our box office volunteers.

Thanks very much!

Lori Wicks
Choralis Board of Directors

Fall Semester

Monday, August 11th, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers-

As you know, Fall 2014 classes begin on August 20- only nine days away. You must be registered (MUS 13701a) before then, as there is no longer any late registration. Many of you are not yet registered. Please do so right away.

In addition to chorus, please consider studying singing. It is the sure way to make our chorus sound even better. Please consider one of these classes:

Class Voice MUS 131/132 Only 5 registered now. This class is super-rewarding. Even if you’ve taken it before, there is plenty more to learn.
Monday and Tuesday at 6:00 pm

Vocal Seminar MUS 198 01a- Only 7 registered now. We’ll need a few seniors to register as paying students if this is to go.
Saturday 3:00 pm

My other Fall 2014 classes are:

Music Appreciation —Only 4 registered now. Join me-this could be a great class.
MUS 12103a Friday at 9:00 am
Learn how music works- Bach to Rock

Guitar Class
MUS 16301a Monday at 7:30 pm or
MUS 16302a Tuesday at 11:00 am —Only 2 registered now. Join me-this could be a great class, too.
Anyone can learn to play the guitar and its fun.

Let me know if you have any questions about any of these classes.

Please spread the word about these classes to your friends who are interested in music.
Tell all the good singers you know about our chorus might want to join us. Mozart and Vaughn Williams–that’s as good as it gets!

I look forward to seeing you at our first rehearsal of August 26.

Fall Semester

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers-

Can you believe August is here? As you know, Fall 2014 classes begin on August 20. You must be registered before then, as there is no longer any late registration. Many of you are not yet registered. Please do so right away.

The way to make our chorus sound even better is to improve the vocal ability of each singer. The way to do that is to study singing. Please consider one of these classes:

Class Voice MUS 131
Monday and Tuesday at 6:00 pm

Vocal Seminar MUS 198 01a
Saturday 3:00 pm

My other Fall 2014 classes are:

Music Appreciation
MUS 12103a Friday at 9:00 am
Learn how music works- Bach to Rock

Guitar Class
MUS 16301a Monday at 7:30 pm or
MUS 16302a Tuesday at 11:00 am
Anyone can learn to play the guitar and its fun.

Let me know if you have any questions about any of these classes.

Attached is the latest Fall Chorus Schedule (.pdf).

I look forward to seeing you at our first rehearsal of August 26.

Encore Chorale

Sunday, May 4th, 2014

From Vicki: Hello everyone.

I sing in the Encore Chorale at the Smithsonian and wanted to inform you about our upcoming concert. There are 130 singers in the group and Encore is an organization that promotes choral singing opportunities for people who are age 55 and older.

The concert will consist mainly of secular music including songs from Porgy and Bess, Do I Hear a Waltz, Oh Light Awaken and much more. There will also be a sing-along for everyone and songsheets will be provided.

The concert will be held this Friday, May 9 at the Church of the Epiphany beginning at 7:30. From past experiences, I would say that the concert will end about 9 P.M. and there is not any charge to attend.

If you have any question, please let me know at vicki.ratcliffe @ or feel free to telephone at (703) 823-5232.


Important Info

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- Please pay close attention to the following information.

Course Evaluations
I have enjoyed having you in chorus this semester. It is very important that you complete an on-line course evaluation. Go to Do it right away as the evaluation period ends soon. Go to should you have any trouble.

New On-time Registration Policy
I would really like to have you in chorus and one of my other classes next semester. NOVA has a new On-time Registration Policy that requires all students to be registered by 11:59 pm on the day before the first class meeting. There will be no late-add period. Fall 2014 registration is already under way for continuing students, so register now. (It is not clear how this change affects seniors, but I am assured that the process has been improved.)

Chorus Schedule

Today 4/26 – 3:00 pm Full Rehearsal in AT130
– This Tuesday 4/29 – 7:30 pm Dress Rehearsal in Schlesinger
-Saturday 5/3 – no rehearsal
-Tuesday 5/6 – 7:30 pm concert in Schlesinger (6:30 pm call)
-Saturday 5/10, 2-6 pm Chorus Picnic at the Wulff home

Other Upcoming MUSIC AT NOVA Events

Today, April 26: Instrumental Recital, Tyler 130, 7:00 pm
Thursday, May 1: Dr. Patrick Cook Voice Studio Class, Tyler 132: 6-8:30 pm. All are invited.
Saturday, May 3: Voice Recital; Tyler 130; 5:00 pm
Saturday, May 3: Chamber Ensembles Recital, Tyler 130; 7:30 pm
Monday, May 5: Beginning/Intermediate Guitar Recital, Tyler 130, 8:00 pm

Chorus Picnic

Tuesday, April 15th, 2014

From Fred and Judy Wulff:

Our annual picnic will be at our home on Saturday, 5/10/14, from 2 – 6  pm. We supply a 4 – acre yard, picnic tables, hot dogs, hamburgers, gas grill, paper plates, plastic utensils. We will supply a few lawn games (croquet for example) but you are welcome to bring some of your own. Feel free to come early to help us set up or to explore

Bring some food to share with other members of our chorus and a folding chair or so if you can.

We are on Fitzhugh Drive which begins at 6551 Columbia Pike, near Annandale, VA. Turn into Ancient Oak Court (across from Belvedere Elementary School); go a short distance toward Annandale on the service road toward the big white fence; turn left onto Fitzhugh and park.

You can also park along Sulky Lane and walk into the picnic area.
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Click thumbnails to view enlarged photo on Flickr.


Map (.pdf)


Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Soprano Jessie is singing opera at NOVA Idol finals this Friday!

Here is info about NOVa Idol on Friday March 21 at 7pm in the Schlesinger center.

Peggy can you prety please let the choir know that this Friday (if all goes well) i will be performing at the finals for Nova Idol. The pre-show starts at 6pm but the actual show starts at 7pm. I will be the only contestant singing Opera/ classical music.. so i would love the support of the choir.


Friday, January 3rd, 2014

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- It was SO good to see you and hear you tonight. I can’t wait for our concert tomorrow.
If you have not done so, please register for chorus asap.
Also, please consider taking a course next semester to strengthen your musicianship so that you can make a maximum contribution to our chorus.
MUS131 Class Voice, M T at 6:00 pm (This features Chris as accompanist on Monday TUESDAY nights!)
MUS141 Class Piano, Saturdays at noon
MUS101 Basic Musicianship, Tuesdays at 11:00 am
See you tomorrow at 1:00 pm and the Masonic Temple.

Beginning Class Voice

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

From Dr. Whitmire: Dear Singers- I will have an exciting opportunity for intermediate and advanced singers in the Spring semester. MUS 131/132 Beginning Class Voice meets M-T 6:00 to 7:15. The class will feature a live pianist (Christine Hagan) on Tuesday nights. intermediate and advanced students will be able to sing their own repertoire on a weekly basis and receive instruction and coaching. Beginning students will sing with the rehearsal CD on Mondays. More opportunities to sing with piano accompaniment has long been a need in our Voice Program, and I hope this course will help meet this need. The course will be limited to 20. I encourage seniors to register as paying students. Let me know if you have any questions.

Fun Singing Opportunity

Sunday, December 15th, 2013

From Lisa Eckstein, Music Instructor, Band and Summer Band Camp Director: Dear Musicians,

The Medical Musical Group (MMG) is looking for singers (especially male), and flute, French horn, and string players for a concert they are performing next week at the Strathmore Concert Hall in Bethesda, MD.  There are rehearsals next week on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings with the concert on Friday.  I have played bassoon with this group before and it is a fun gig.  It is a volunteer gig, not paid.  This is a good opportunity to play with some great musicians and on stage at Strathmore.  The concert will have a large audience and will likely be streamed live.  (I’ll be playing bassoon for this one and have to miss rehearsal on Tuesday but will see you for the rest if you can join.)  I know Harris Wood from band plays with this group a lot, although he is unable to make this concert next week.

There are some “celebrities” who are also a part of this concert.  Please read below for more information, and also pass this onto other flute, French horn, and ESPECIALLY string players if you can.  If anyone is interested in joining the MMG for this concert, please let me know and also contact Beth Davis directly at


From Beth Davis, Program Assistant (and acting Principal Cellist): Lisa,

I’m writing to ask if you can help us find a few French Horn and Viola players. We could also use a good flautist. At present, our string count is 5 – 5 – 3 – 5 – 2 and we only have one confirmed French Horn player! Any help finding players would be greatly appreciated.

For your convenience, I’ve attached a flyer about the concert (it also has the rehearsal and concert dates and times). This is an updated Performers flier which includes the rehearsal site information — the Academy of the Holy Cross (4920 Stathmore Ave, Kensington) which is very close to the Strathmore. Also attached is a general concert flyer that just has the concert and ticket information.

Flyer 1, flyer 2 (.pdfs)

We hope the concert will be streamed live on Friday, December 20, 2013, 8:00 pm, from Strathmore Concert Hall in Bethesda, MD. In addition to our 200-member Medical Chorale and Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Francis Collins, NIH Director and a gifted musician, will strum the guitar with us. We’ll also feature special guests Ricky Skaggs, Maureen McGovern, and Julia Nixon, and Cokie Roberts (ABC) and Jim Bittermann (CNN Paris) will host. The gala concert will benefit wounded warriors and we anticipate that it may become a Washington Holiday tradition!

NOTE: The concert starts at 8PM Friday December 20, not 7:30 as previously noted.
This also pushes back the Pre-concert by a half hour to 7PM.


Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

From Alta Section Leader Debbie: I don’t know if a notice will go out to the whole chorus but Ruth Herndon and I wanted you to know about the concert we will be singing in this Sunday, Nov 17th, at the Lyceum in Old Town Alexandria.  The group is PHILOMELA and Terri LaGoe is in the Soprano section of this women’s vocal ensemble.

Performance starts at 3pm and features a set of songs, “Pieces of Night,” composed by Jonathan Kolm of NOVA, with text from the poems of Sara Teasdale.  Accompanied by Denise Wilkinson, violist from The National Symphony Orchestra.  Many of you also know Kathy Kessler Price, Philomela’s director.

The concert is called ‘Patterns of Life’ and includes songs by Laitman, Cohen, Walter, Copland and Lennon/McCartney.

Ticket prices are $15 Adults and $10 Kids & Seniors.
The Lyceum
201 S Washington St,
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 838-4994

It would be lovely to see you in the audience.

From Russia with Love

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

NOVA-Annandale Symphony Orchestra Fall Concert. Friday, November 8 at 8:00 pm. See the flyer (.pdf) for details.

Berkshire Choral Festival 2014

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

From Chorister Grace: Registration is now open for The Berkshire Choral Festival’s 2014 season –  BCF is offering a choice of six one week vacations next year, three in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, one in Winter Park, FL, one in Maynooth, Ireland (near Dublin), and one in Scheggino, Italy.  The last one is already full, but you can sign up for the wait list and hope if that’s the place you want to sing.

The web site has been redesigned and allows you to sign up for the BCF newsletter and get news about their programs without committing to anything, as well as allowing online registration if you want to do that.  There’s also a link to the YouTube video done a couple of years ago, which is a good introduction to BCF.

BCF offers a BCF Scholar program for young singers. We had five alto scholars the week I went last year.  One was a senior in college, and two had just graduated last spring.  The scholar attend the week free (lodging, meals, tuition)- only major expense is getting there and back.  It’s really a terrific opportunity for young musicians.  Applications for the Scholar program don’t close until April, so there’s time to think about it.

Applications for the rest of us are due in January, although registrations are accepted after that if the chorus is not yet full.

Tenors Needed

Friday, October 25th, 2013

From Chorister Jane:  Tenors are needed for the Rutter Gloria on Christmas Eve 9PM at Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington.  Rehearsals are on Thursdays at 8 PM.
Jane Roningen
jane.roningen [at]

Thirteenth Rehearsal Preview

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

From Dr. Whitmire: Welcome to our 13th rehearsal of Spring 2013! Please sign in.

We have 2 rehearsals before our Monday April 29 Dress Rehearsal with the Annandale Orchestra in Schlesinger.

Please note this new rehearsal (posted 4/9)
Saturday 4/27, 1:00 pm, Combined Choruses
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 5800 Backlick Rd, Springfield

I will dismiss Women (except music majors) at break (8:40 pm)
Men will rehearse Pilgrim’s Chorus until 9:10 pm
I will rehearse Music Majors until 9:40 pm

Saturday I see Men at 3:00 pm.

Mark your calendars-Our Annual Chorus Picnic will be Saturday, May 11, noon until 3:00 pm at the Wulff’s. More info will follow. I hope you will plan to attend

Tickets for our May 3 concert with the Annandale Symphony are here. It would be great if everyone could sell at least three tickets ($15 adults; $10 students).

    Section Leaders

– Try to come tonight at 7 pm and organize your tickets. This is a rare opportunity to sing in Schlesinger with a full orchestra. It will be a treat for our audience.

Chorus Schedule

Saturday 4/20, 3:00 pm, Men in AT130

Saturday 4/27, 1:00 pm, Full Chorus New item (added 4/9/13)
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, 5800 Backlick Rd, Springfield

Monday 4/29, 7:30 pm
Dress Rehearsal with the AN Orchestra, Schlesinger

Tuesday 4/30, 7:30 pm
Chorus Dress Rehearsal, Schlesinger

Thursday 5/02, 7:30 pm
Chorus/Band/Jazz Combined Concert, Schlesinger

Friday 5/03, 7:30 pm
Concert with the AN Orchestra and Chorus, Schlesinger

Saturday, 5/11, noon until 3:00 pm
Chorus Picnic at the Wulff’s

NOVA choristers in recital Sunday, April 14 at 4PM

Friday, April 5th, 2013

From Peggy: NOVA Tenor Mike Jarvis and Alto Jane Roningen, along with Soprano Anna Phillips-Brown and Bass John Bohman, will sing a series of secular Haydn quartets in a recital at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington at 4PM on Sunday, April 14.  4444 Arlington Blvd (southwest corner of George Mason Drive and Arlington Blvd).  Entrance to  church is on South George Mason Drive.