Chorus Line: 713-444-9221
Chorus E-mail: chorus@Xsbcglobal.net
HSC on the Web: dummy.address/grou/hsc/
Upcoming Schedule: Please Note Changes!
Oct 19 Mahler and Chorus CD
Oct. 26 & Nov 2 Christmas Pops 7-8:15; Messiah 8:30- 10 pm
Nov. 9 Mahler 7-8:30; Christmas Pops 8:45-10 pm
Nov. 16 Mahler Piano Rehearsal 7-8:30 pm; Christmas Pops 8:45-10 pm
Nov. 23 Christmas Pops 7-8:30; Messiah 8:45-10 pm
December rehearsals as per Chorus Handbook
Dues are due!!
It’s time to pay the $10 annual Chorus dues. Dues payments help out with such expenses as nametags and other office supplies for the chorus, refreshments for special events, and years of service pins. New members should also pay their one time music deposit ($15). If paying by check, make check payable to the Houston Symphony Chorus. Checks should be given to your section leader, or if s/he is absent, you may give them directly to treasurer Lynne Moneypenny (making sure to also give her your name, so she can keep track of who has paid!).
“Choral 4 Pack”
Subscription series brochure available on diskette to e-mail to friends, or to print extra copies. See Larry Hitt for details.
Women’s Symphomaniac T-shirts for sale tonight! If you ordered a fitted T-shirt, please purchase these tonight at the break for $11 (cash, or check to Houston Symphony). If you did not pre-order but would like to purchase one of these shirts, you can sign up on a waiting list in case there are any extras.
Needed: a few volunteers to help with chair set-up and clean-up.
Setting up for our large chorus is a lot of work, and it will become more work when we split into double rehearsals for Christmas. Tony Sessions could use some help with this. Needed are a couple of people who could arrive at 6:15 to help round up the necessary chairs, and a couple people who could stay after rehearsals to help return the chairs we have borrowed. If you could help with this, please see Tony or Susan for details. Thanks!!
There will be a short Chorus Council Meeting Next Week after rehearsal, in the rehearsal room.
Oct. 12, 2004
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