RCS holds Open Rehearsal and Auditions
The Rappahannock Choral Society holds open rehearsals and
auditions on Monday nights. Rehearsals begin at 7 PM. Please come a little early to meet some of the singers as well as our new
young talented and energetic Conductor, Dr. Jordan Davidson.
Interested singers may come to any rehearsal at the Zoan Baptist
Church, 5888 Plank Road (Opposite the Harrison Crossing –
Giant/Home Depot – Shopping Center). You are welcome to sit in
and sing at the rehearsal. For further information, please call
Linda Monner, President at 540-412-6152.
Interested singers who cannot attend the OPEN
REHEARSAL or or have a conflict with the dates
can call 540-412-6152 or contact the Conductor
directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
The Rappahannock Choral Society was awarded a project grant from the Virginia Commission of the Arts for our spring 2015 concert. This is the second time that the RCS has been awarded a project grant. The first one was for our highly successful spring 2013 concert which featured “A Musical Remembrance of the Civil War and the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Chancellorsville.”
“…commended for their exemplary leadership as the premier community choral organization in Spotsylvania County and the Rappahannock Region” — HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 206: Commending the Rappahannock Choral Society
The Rappahannock Choral Society announced the winner of the $500 2017 Anne E. Parker Memorial Scholarship, OLIVER KRISKA, a senior attending Chancellor High School, at the Spring 2017 concert performance on Saturday, May 12th at Chancellor High School. Oliver has been playing violin for nine years and piano for five years. He is the Concertmaster of his school’s Symphonic Orchestra and plays in the electric orchestra, string quartet, and pit orchestra for musicals. He is also a member of the University of Mary Washington Philharmonic Orchestra. Other hobbies Oliver enjoys include drawing, playing ukulele, performing with a rock string group, and entering LEGO building competitions.
This fall, Oliver will attend James Madison University to double major in Music (violin performance) and Chemistry.