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music notesIf you’d enjoy singing with 90 friends then join our choir and help us bring the joy of singing to our community. Our rehearsals are filled with heart, passion, great music, and a lot of fun. Our varied, not so serious, repertoire provides the opportunity to present a varied and entertaining show every season.

When you join, you’ll not only make new friends who share the love of singing, you’ll further develop your music skills and help us create family friendly entertainment. If you choose, you can also collaborate on committees that help the TCC group improve.

Joining

music notesDuring the first 3 weeks of rehearsals, we have “open enrollment,” where you have a chance to sing the music and mingle with the other singers before making a commitment to join. Auditions are not required, but you will meet with the Director briefly for voice placement. Click here to let us know you are coming.

The chorus welcomes all those who love to sing and can blend on pitch. Formal training and expert reading skills are not required.

Where do We Perform?

music notesWe perform each season at a venue in Tempe such as the Tempe Center for the Arts. We also regularly perform at venues including the Kerr Center in Scottsdale and a local retirement home. We may also hold concerts at other venues in the area.

Visit Us

If you'd like to experience what its like to sing with us, please plan to attend one of our rehearsals. Contact us so we'll know you're coming.

Rehearsals

music notesTempe Community Chorus practices on Monday evenings from 7 – 9 p.m. Mill Street Singers practice from 9 – 9:40 p.m.

University Presbyterian Church (no affiliation)
139 E. Alameda Dr., Tempe, Arizona (SW corner of Alameda & College)
Click here for a map.

You can expect our rehearsals to start and end on time. Our director is amazing. He can bring out a smooth and passionate style for a ballad, and then have us sing a spiritual with strength and fortitude. He is a serious director with a great sense of humor! (So we get in a few laughs while we practice!)

We use sheet music for both rehearsals and concerts. You’ll not only improve your vocal skills, you’ll learn music-reading skills as well.

Fees

music notesMembership dues are required, which help to cover costs of sheet music, practice and performance venues, director and pianist salaries, and advertising and operating costs.

Top 10 Reasons to Join!

10. You’re tired of singing (alone) in the shower!
9. You’ve got Diva in your blood!
8. You remember the great time you had singing in your high school choir!
7. You can’t remember when you’ve had so much fun on a Monday evening (practice, that is)!
6. You want to practice reading music.
5. You want to sing whole songs instead of just the refrains!
4. Singing holiday songs gets you in the holiday spirit.
3. Your dog keeps howling when you sing at home!
2. TCC has great chorus members, director and accompanist!
1. You love to sing and so does TCC!

 

Buy Tickets Now

"Winter Festival of Song"

Friday, December 13, 2013
7:00 to 8:30 pm, King of Glory Lutheran Church, 2085 E Southern Ave, Tempe, 85282

Your email receipt is your admission ticket.

Free admission for children under 10.

 

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Please use this form to register for SPRING, SUMMER and FALL sessions.
Bring your email receipt as proof of payment in order to get your music. See you then!

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Mark - Bass

We are truly a ‘community’ chorus. We have members from all walks of life. And although we love to perform, we also have fun every rehearsal night. There’s time for focus and time for laughs. The journey is as important as the destination.

Michelle - Alto

I hadn’t sung with a group for many years, but the Tempe Community Chorus made me feel welcome and comfortable from the first day. And it’s fun. I always look forward to our Monday night practice. I’ve made lasting friendships with other choir members who love to sing, just like I do.

Janet - Soprano

I am not able to sight read music, nor have I had vocal training, but no matter! We have an excellent director who brings out the best in all of us. He even helps us relax before a performance saying 'it's okay to make a mistake, it will be musical!'  My husband remarks that I have made noticeable improvement as I grow more confident with the encouragement of my new friends.

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