Salisbury Singers regrets to announce the cancellation of our May 3rd performance of Elijah. This was a difficult decision to make but the COVID-19 virus has changed life for all of us. The safety and health of our audience and singers takes priority over even the most glorious music. We hope to perform this during our upcoming 47th season with Michelle Graveline returning to conduct as Artistic Director Emeritus. We will keep you updated as plans progress. In the meantime, please stay safe, healthy and enjoy some music in your life.
Sunday, December 9, 2018
Worcester Art Museum
55 Salisbury St, Worcester, MA 01609
Salisbury Singers ushers in the holidays with their annual Holidays at WAM concert.
Free with Museum admission.
Saturday, October 27, 2018
Knights of Columbus
44 Circuit Avenue North
Worcester, MA 01603
Join us for a fun-filled Dinner Theatre fundraiser to benefit Salisbury Singers 45th season.
Friends of a lovely woman discover she is dying. To bring some joy into her last days they organize a dinner party where everyone, including patrons, deliver jokes in order to bring laughter to her final days. Also, getting together so near Halloween – her favorite holiday – everyone tries to wear a fun Halloween costume.
But you never know if she will make it through the night. Who has the last laugh now!?
Join us for a laugh-filled night, a great dinner and a mystery we need your help solving. And, as a bonus, a prize for the best Halloween costume will be awarded at the end of the night.
Entertainment by Cornely Productions with audience participation. The evening will include a catered Italian dinner and beverages with cash bar available.
Come in Costume (Optional) – Celebrate Halloween and win prizes for best costume.
General Admission Tickets $40
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Chapel of the Holy Spirit
500 Salisbury St.
Worcester, MA 01609
With Burncoat High School Quadrivium, David Twiss, Director
From slave times right up until today, African Americans have created meaningful and inspiring music. Salisbury Singers will explore 150 years of this folk music we call the “spiritual.” From William Dawson and Jester Hairston to Moses Hogan and André Thomas, these composers have given us music that will have your toes tapping and your heart swelling! Salisbury Singers is pleased to be joined on this concert by the Burncoat High School Quadrivium choir.
Student tickets available for $10 at the door with student id
$5 with College WOO card
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This program is supported, in part, by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.