Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and the consideration for the health of our audiences and performers, all previously-planned Salisbury Singers programs are cancelled. We look forward to rescheduling and performing for you in the near future. In the meantime, please stay safe, stay healthy, and fill your extra time with music.
Providing a Cultural, Educational, Artistic & Musical Outlet Since 1974
Salisbury Singers, a mixed chorus of selected volunteers under the dynamic leadership of Artistic Director Michelle Graveline, is now in its 46th season. The chorus is dedicated to the enhancement of cultural life in Worcester and Central Massachusetts as well as to the musical growth of its individual members. Meet the Salisbury Singers
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Bradford T. Dumont is a passionate arts advocate working to create and support unique artistic projects that contribute to cultural improvement and community-based arts education. He believes in the power of choral singing to build empathetic communities — providing a voice for those that may otherwise not be heard.
Michelle Graveline is active as a collegiate and community chorus conductor, teacher, adjudicator and clinician. She is Professor of Music at Assumption College in Worcester and is past President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association.
Malama Robbins Collinsworth
1925 – 1997