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About the Chorale

Who we are: The MIT Women's Chorale, an activity of the MIT Women’s League, is a concert choir open to women of the MIT and Harvard communities. We welcome unaffiliated women as guests when our rehearsal space permits.

Our repertoire covers a wide range of styles, from medieval to contemporary, including both sacred and secular music. The Chorale performs two or more concerts each year. These include a winter concert held in December, and a spring concert, usually held in April or May. Rehearsals are held on Wednesday evenings from 7:15 to 9:30pm in the Emma Rogers Room (10-340) at MIT.

We are enriched by the diversity of our membership, which includes women of a wide age range and women from the international communities at MIT and Harvard. While our primary focus is singing, several times each semester we end the evening with conversation over light refreshments. We also hold a pot luck supper each semester. The interactions fostered by the Chorale have led to many life-long friendships.

The Chorale is pleased to welcome Daniel Mahoney as our Music Director, beginning in September 2019.

Pianist Leona Cheung has played with us since September 2018 in rehearsals and in our concert performances.

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The Chorale's professionally-produced recording:

Charles-René: Second Mass, a never-before recorded mass for women's voices and organ published in France in 1905, presented with other French choral and organ music of the period.

This recording is for sale, both as a physical CD and as a digital download. Detailed ordering information is given here.

Learn about the History of the Chorale!


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Contact us through the MIT Women's League:
617-253-3656 / wleague@mit.edu
Last updated August 16, 2019