The Quincy Choral Society is based in historic Quincy, Massachusetts. Founded in 1981, QCS has performed in the Boston area as well as at Carnegie Hall in NYC and at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. QCS has traveled and performed internationally in Austria, the Czech Republic, England, France, Germany, Italy, Russia, Scotland, Switzerland and Wales, with performances in Chartres Cathedral, All Hallows by the Tower (London), at the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, and in St. Mark's Cathedral (Venice). The most recent tour was in July 2013 along the Rhine River.
During 28 years under the direction of John Nichols, of Danvers, and accompanist Gingy Grimes, of Milton, the Quincy Choral Society has grown to over 90 members. QCS musicians are from all walks of life: business people, doctors, lawyers, teachers, homemakers, students and retirees. Members live between Boston and Cape Cod, and share the common love of singing together.
QCS has performed a wide variety of music, including
Major Classical Choral Masterpieces:
Bach Mass in B Minor
Beethoven Missa Solemnis
Brahms A German Requiem
Schubert Mass in A Flat
Major Works by Contemporary Composers:
Bernstein Chichester Psalms
Britten Ceremony of Carols
Copland In the Beginning
Jenkins Stella Natalis
Rutter Magnificat and Requiem
Ain't Got Time to Die
Ezekial Saw de Wheel
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
My Lord, What a Mornin'
Somebody's Knockin' at Your Door
Broadway Showtune Medleys:
Gershwin Porgy and Bess
Lloyd Webber Phantom of the Opera
Rodgers and Hammerstein Carousel
Schonberg Les Miserables
Seasonal songs, Patriotic songs, and much more!
Quincy Choral Society
Welcome to the Quincy Choral Society
Listen to a Performance
"The Creation", Franz Joseph Haydn
May 18, 2014
Sacred Heart Church
He Is Born!
December 2011 Holiday Concert
Listen: "Hush My Dear",
A Bernstein Bash
May 2008 Concert
Listen: "Make Our Garden Grow",
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