Pendle Hill offers a group singing experience where students, staff, and members of the wider community can explore the connection between voice, song, spirit, and word. Students at all levels of singing experience are welcome to participate. The Pendle Hill Chorus, under the direction of Pendle Hill alum Jacqueline Coren, meets and presents seasonal concerts.
Throughout the year our life together is enriched by other musical events and activities, such as evenings of chanting or Taize-style worship, occasional public concerts, or theatrical performances.
Pendle Hill Chorus
If you ever wondered if singing in a chorus would be fun, but were nervous about an audition, the Pendle Hill Chorus is for you!
The Pendle Hill Chorus is a community chorus which draws singers from across the tri-state area. Singing since 1993, our repertoire is challenging yet accessible, and includes sacred and secular music from around the world. All are welcome regardless of musical or choral experience. No audition is required – only a willingness to commit to learning the music and to creating a beautiful sound with one another at weekly rehearsals.
For more information about the Chorus, please visit this page or contact:
Jackie Coren, director: email@example.com, cell: 215-292-9204
Joan Broadfield, manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Live music is often heard at Pendle Hill. The grand piano in the Barn can be played any time after work hours when the meeting room is free. Workshops are occasionally held in songwriting and in study of great classical music. There are occasional instrumental concerts open to the community, self-organized hymn singing or folk-music playing, and singing or other musical performances are usually part of our New Year’s Eve celebration.