The Westborough Community Chorus (WCC) is a SATB, non-auditioned singing group in Boston's metrowest region. Our twin goals are providing personal and community musical enjoyment and supporting local students through music lesson scholarships.
Come join our chorus family! Through singing with us, attending our shows, or participating in other events, we would LOVE to see you.
SUPPORT THE CHORUS
Due to the pandemic, we have financial challenges to running the chorus and providing music scholarships to local students.
If you are able, we always appreciate support in keeping WCC running. Please consider clicking the button above and giving us a small donation today.
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Westborough Community Chorus is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and donations may be tax-deductible.
Tickets are $12 for adult and $10 for seniors and children.
For show ticket info and group sales, email Ellen Kluge or call her at 508.485.4469.
WCC members are mostly from the metrowest area - from Worcester, east to Framingham - but some travel from as far as Boston to join us! We range in age from 20s to 80s, with all levels of singing and musical experience.
Members pay dues of $30 per show (or $50 per year) to support the chorus, but we never let funding stand in the way of people's participation - please speak to our president, vice president, treasurer, or director if you are unable to afford dues.
WCC performs two shows per year - a holiday performance in early December and a differently-themed spring show in early May.
While most members sing in both shows, we are more than happy to have singers join as they are able per show. We encourage members to attend all rehearsals both for their benefit and so their beautiful voices can benefit others!
WCC is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium, a cooperative association of diverse choral groups in Boston and the surrounding areas.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Bringing people together to sing in a chorus is a matter of osmosis. They help and learn from each other"
— Faith Newark, Founding Member and First Director