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The Choral Arts Foundation of the Upper Valley is a non-profit 501(c)(3) foundation committed to supporting the choral arts in the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire. Founded in 1992 as the Handel Society Foundation of New Hampshire, the Choral Arts Foundation:

The Choral Arts Foundation of the Upper Valley is governed by a volunteer Board of Trustees representing different choral groups and different towns in and around the Upper Valley. All are passionate about choral music.

Board of Trustees

Elisabeth Sullivan, President
Johanna Evans, Vice President
Allan Wieman, Treasurer
Jo Shute, Secretary
Kate Caldwell
Katie Price

Ridie Ghezzi 

John Archer

Meg Darrow Williams



Board Emeriti  HandelHartlandCC.12.12.09

Karen Endicott
Linda L. Fowler
Deborah Hall
Daniel Meerson
Barb Kline-Schoder
Bonnie Robinson

Advisory Board

E. Wayne Abercrombie
Heywood Alexander
Charles S. Faulkner II
Melinda P. O’Neal


Choral Arts Foundation
PO Box 716
Hanover, NH 03755



1. Jennifer Chambers - February 5, 2012

I left the meeting today feeling energized and excited at connecting with other choral directors/accompanists/musicians/etc. I am hopeful for future workshops, read throughs,etc. Thank you for serving as the springboard for future discussions/get togethers. All the best, Jenny Chambers (St. Paul’s Episcopal Church WRJ, VT)

2. Linda L Barnes - January 15, 2019

An upper valley community chorale is interested in determining the going rate of pay for a Tenor section leader to attend rehearsals and concerts. Any information you can provide would be greatly appreciated

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