Handel and Haydn Society’s New Voices Summer Chorus Returns

By Francisco Salazar

The Handel and Haydn Society’s New Voices Summer Chorus is back live for students entering grades 2-5 on Saturdays in July.

The chorus will meet at the United Parish in Brookline and the program will culminate with a free concert on Saturday, July 30 at United Parish, showcasing the skills and knowledge the children.

The program will be led by conductor Nurt Villani and will allow young musicians to look forward to a lot of fun singing together, deepening friendships, and learning music from throughout the Americas.

H+H will partner with Titi Ta Children’s Chorus again this summer and H+H President and CEO David Snead said, “This is the third year of our collaboration with Titi Ta – born out of the pandemic of course, and continuing to flourish and create connection for the youth participating.”

Based in Popayán, Colombia, Titi Ta Children’s Chorus will work with the New Voices Summer Chorus to give children a unique multicultural experience. The two choruses will collaborate virtually to prepare joint recordings.