Concord Women’s Chorus is a 45-voice ensemble from Concord and greater Boston. Directed by Jane Ring Frank, CWC performs a wide range of classical and contemporary music with emphasis on works written for women’s voices.
Concerts & News
Come Day, Come Night
From love songs to boat songs, CWC’s Spring concert celebrates the joy of a life well-lived. Emma Lou Diemer’s “When You Wake,” Gwyneth Walker’s “Love is a Rain of Diamonds” and “Morning Innocent,” Kevin Siegfried’s “Boat Song,” and Stephen Chatman’s “Love Songs” – stirring works that reflect the textures and rhythms, joys and challenges, of each new day.
On October 23, we premiered our newest commission, Grown Wild, to an enthusiastic audience. Listen to the pre-concert talk, as composer Melissa Dunphy and poet Melissa Apperson discuss the creative process and their collaboration.
Sing With Us!
Looking to fit more music into your life? We seek and welcome experienced singers to join us. We will be rehearsing in person again on Tuesday mornings from 9:30 am – noon from September through early May at Trinity Episcopal Church, 81 Elm Street in Concord.
Under the direction of Jane Ring Frank, we make wonderful music together. We learn about vocal technique and music theory, we are challenged, and we have fun. Learn more about auditions or contact Chorus Manager Patsy Eickelberg at email@example.com with any questions.
“Choral music holds great intellectual and emotional power and has the means, above all arts, to create community—not only among singers but between singers and their audience.”
—Jane Ring Frank
Jane Ring Frank
Jane Ring Frank is one of Boston’s most acclaimed choral conductors. She brings to CWC and our audiences an unerring ear for intonation and sound color, a command of choral and orchestral conducting, uncompromising scholarship, and a love of connecting with listeners.
For 62 years, Concord Women’s Chorus has performed classical, contemporary, and newly composed music with mastery and joy.
Scott Nicholas is a highly accomplished pianist known as much for his sensitivity to performers as he is for his impeccable technique.
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