Gingy Grimes, Accompanist
Sarah Labrie, Music Director
School, where she works with four curricular, and two extra-curricular choirs. Outside of conducting and teaching, she actively sings with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Viatores Mundi (Croatia), Sarteano Musica Sacra Choir (Italy), and in various choral performances throughout New England and Europe.
Sarah graduated from Westminster Choir College in 2014 with a degree in music education. She has studied conducting with Simon Carrington, Dr. Joe Miller, Dr. Amanda Quist, and Tom Shelton and has studied voice with Dr. Rochelle Ellis. Sarah is an active member of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA), the Massachusetts Music Educator Association (MMEA), the Massachusetts Instrumental and Choral Conductors Association (MICCA), and the National Association for Music Educators (NAfME.)
Cyndi Fedewa, President
Dyan Madrey, Vice President
Joyce Burrell, Recording Secretary
Gordon Behrer, Treasurer
Deborah Jean Parsons
Gingy Grimes, graduate of Duke University, has served as accompanist for Quincy Choral Society since 1993. She is also Minister of Music at First Parish, Norwell, Music Director for the Pierce Players of the Milton Public Schools and Music Director
for Derby Summer Arts in Hingham. She is pianist for North Quincy and Quincy High Schools, for Hanscom Middle School in Bedford and for Temple Beth David, in Canton, during High Holy Days. She also teaches and accompanies at Milton Academy.
Locally, Ms. Grimes has performed with Brenda Kelly and Paul Frazer. She has been musical director for several theater productions including Sondheim's A Little Night Music and Mencken’s Little Shop of Horrors.
Her son, Brandon Grimes, is an actor/singer/composer in New York City and has been a soloist with QCS.; her husband, Francis Grimes plays viola professionally throughout New England. Ms. Grimes is thrilled to be associated with Quincy Choral Society!
Bringing Musical Excellence to the South Shore and the World since 1981
Celebrating our 40th Season!
Quincy Choral Society named Sarah Labrie
Music Director in 2020. A Boston-based conductor, Ms. Labrie, is the Artistic Director of Diamonds From The Dust, a professional chamber choir, and is one of the choral directors at Stoughton High