The Festival Chorus is a community choral ensemble open to anyone with a love of singing. There are no auditions required. Rehearsals are on Monday nights from mid-August through the first week of May, with a break for the holiday season. The Festival Chorus performs a diverse repertoire ranging from the classics to Broadway standards and is accompanied by a professional orchestra. Concerts at Harper College are generally performed on the first Sunday in December and the first Sunday in May. Outreach concerts are scheduled at various times during the year in the northwest suburbs. There is a 100-dollar registration fee to join the chorus with an additional charge for music, which varies by semester. Men wear black slacks and black long-sleeved shirts. Women wear all black with full to elbow-length sleeves. Registration for the Chorus takes place at the first meeting and the fees are paid directly to the Festival Chorus.
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