In residence at Lone Star College-Kingwood, the Kingwood Chorale and Chamber Orchestra performs choral masterworks for the local and surrounding areas. These performances have not only enriched the community but also raised money for professional-level concerts and music scholarships.
The chorale seeks experienced singers for their 31st season. Accomplished vocalists who can read music are invited to audition on Aug. 19 and Aug. 26 from 5-7 p.m. The auditions will take place in the LSC-Kingwood Music Instructional Building.
“The Kingwood Chorale needs singers to continue to expand. Specifically, we need tenors and basses to help balance the soprano and alto sections which are also large,” said Dr. Todd Miller, artistic director and conductor. “The chorale regularly sings with 75-90 people, but occasionally will expand the rosters for large works as dictated by the composers.”
Highlights from the upcoming season include Handel’s beloved “Messiah,” Haydn’s “Mass in the Time of War,” and a newly commissioned “Requiem” by Houston composer John Crabtree.