About the Chorus

As one of the few choruses for all-treble voices in New England, The A Cappella Singers has delighted audiences in the Boston Metrowest area with diverse and enchanting programs since 1963. The ensemble has presented music varying from the 13th century to contemporary, from sacred to secular. Drawing a musically qualified membership from a wide geographic area, members are diverse in age, lifestyle, and profession. The common bond of all the singers is the love of vocal music.

Rehearsals are in person from 7:00-9:00 pm at the Fisk Memorial United Methodist Church, 106 Walnut Street, Natick (directions)—30 minutes west of Boston. We present two main concerts per year—a holiday concert in early December, and a spring concert in May— and other occasional performances at nursing homes, tree lightings, etc. The A Cappella Singers welcome new members during our semi-annual auditions in September and January. These are usually held during regular rehearsals the first three Mondays after Labor Day and New Year’s Day, respectively. Contact us for details. We are actively seeking treble voices on all parts. Come join us!

Mission Statement

To stimulate interest in and appreciation of music, to provide an opportunity for musically qualified adult treble singers to receive instruction in and engage in the singing of choral music under professional direction, and to do all other things which are necessary and proper to promote its musical purposes, including the public or private performance of concerts, the support, encouragement or operation of music schools or instruction, or music-related activities. 

The A Cappella Singers is a member of the Greater Boston Choral Consortium (GBCC), a cooperative association of diverse choral groups in Boston and the surrounding areas.  The GBCC helps choral organizations in the Greater Boston area develop and grow by sharing information and fostering cooperation.