Eastman-Rochester Chorus is one of 15 ensembles performing in a free Choral Prism Concert - Sunday March 25

March 14, 2007

More Information:
Eastman Office of Communications, 585-274-1050

The Eastman-Rochester Chorus, William Weinert, director, will be one of the 14 Rochester-area choirs showcased in A Taste of Song, a free concert to be presented by the Greater Rochester Choral Consortium on Sunday, March 25 at 4 p.m. in the Eastman Theatre. The 150-voice chorus, which consists of members from the greater Rochester community and students from the Eastman School of Music, will perform Randall Thompson’s popular Alleluia led by Weinert, Professor of Conducting at the Eastman School of Music.

The Eastman-Rochester Chorus is a founding member of the Greater Rochester Choral Consortium.

The other groups included in A Taste of Song are:

The Bowties
Cathedral Choir School
Concentus Women’s Chorus
Genesee Valley Orchestra and Chorus
Greece Choral Society
Irondequoit Chorale
Lyric Chorale
Nazareth College Bach Children’s Chorus
Rochester Boys Choir
Spencerport Community Chorus
The Treble Clefs
Women of Note

For more information on A Taste of Song and on the Greater Rochester Choral Consortium, visit

Eastman Rochester Chorus

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For more information contact:
Bobbi Lonobile, 585/274-1052
(Please do not publish this number.)