Youth Meets Experience for Island Community Chorus Holiday Concert

On Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at the Old Whaling Church, the Island Community Chorus will be joined by younger voices as the Martha’s Vineyard Children’s Chorus makes its holiday debut.

Community Chorus Opens Holiday Season on Joyful Note

With an emphasis on community, the Island Community Chorus raised voices in a joyous holiday concert at the Old Whaling Church.

Voice of Community Is Chorus of Many

With spring sunshine slanting through the windows of the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown Sunday afternoon, director Peter Boak stepped to the podium with a reassuring smile.

Community Chorus Will Sing in the Spring

The Island Community Chorus presents its spring concerts on Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and 12, with a program of choral music.

Sing Hallelujah!

Like the rest of our Island community, the Island Community Chorus, with over 100 members, was getting restless and frustrated. Weekly snowstorms forced the cancellation of our Monday night rehearsals.

Sing, Choir of Islanders, Sing in Exultation

The Old Whaling Church was filled with harmonies this week as the 115-member Island Community Chorus practiced for its annual holiday concert, which takes place Saturday night and Sunday afternoon. This year's program features lighter fare than previous concerts, including a bouncy arrangement of Jingle Bells.

Reinterpreting Mendelssohn's St. Paul

The Island Community Chorus, along with soloists and a full orchestra, last weekend completed two powerful performances of Felix Mendelssohn’s St. Paul at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School Performing Arts Center.

Missing Coverage

Is there any reason the Gazette gives so little publicity to the events of the Island Community Chorus?

Community Chorus Concerts

The Island Community Chorus raises its voices for two concerts at the Performing Arts Center at the regional high school on Saturday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, April 6, at 3 p.m.

Community Chorus Performs Holiday Concerts

They are teachers, plumbers, bankers, artists, fishermen, scallopers, shopkeepers, retirees and twenty-somethings. And while all of these roles are important, this weekend the key characteristic that binds this seemingly disparate group is that they sing.