Met Chorale Handbooks 

Handbook with basic information are available. If you have not received one or would like a replacement copy, please request one from Sarah Myers at

Solo Auditions

Solos for Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb will be selected from Chorale membership. There is one solo for each voice part. 

Auditions for these will be on March 6th. 

Concert Attire

Although our dress code does not require you to wear a specific garment, some members have had good luck with the following site.

More on our dress code can be found in the handbook. If you don't yet have one, request it from Sarah at

A Message From Our President: 

Welcome to Metropolitan Chorale and our 2016-17 concert season!

We are pleased that you are singing with us whether you are a new member or if you have been singing with us for a few years or for many years. Even though birth years of our members range from the 1940s to the 1990s, we all have a love of music, especially singing as our common passion.  

Our Mission Statement says it very well –

The Metropolitan Chorale seeks to enrich the lives of its members and the community by mastering and performing excellent choral music. We entertain and educate through eclectic programs which feature familiar classics as well as works of contemporary composers. We unite music lovers, cultivate love for the arts and above all, have fun by celebrating life through song. 

So, let’s have fun this year while singing together. And if you’re not having fun, talk to your section leader and to your Board members. Met Chorale exists for community arts enrichment beginning with its singing members and their enjoyment of making good music together. 

See you at Monday rehearsals! 

Board C0-President, Linda Morgan - singing since 1990
Check our the "Resources" page for help on music!
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