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Our mission is to contribute to the cultural life of the community through our public performances and to provide our amateur choral singers with professional instruction
Hailed by The New York times as one of the "most ambitious" choruses in Westchester, the Hudson Valley Singers gave its debut concert on March 16, 1951. The group has been in existence continuously since that time, performing classical music of the 17th through 20th centuries. In 1998 Eugene Sirotkine was chosen as conductor and music director. He continues in this position and with his current positions at the New York Metropolitan Opera, where he began his first engagement as an assistant conductor in 1999. The Hudson Valley Singers currently has more than 70 chorus members who rehearse every Wednesday evening from 7:30-10pm in Dobbs Ferry. We have a no audition policy: instead we request that prospective singers audition us by attending one or more rehearsals to see if it's the right chorus for them. Our concerts feature professional soloists and orchestras and are performed at venues in Westchester and New York City, including the NY Society for Ethical culture, the Church of the Heavenly Res. Larchmont Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. Paul and others.
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