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Freelance Family Singers

Director: Ellen Satterthwaite

On Tuesday Feb. 21st, the Freelance Family Singers Community Chorus of Woodstock, Vermont will begin practicing for the chorus’s May 6th and 7th concerts.  The weekly Tuesday rehearsals are held at the First Congregational Church, 36 Elm St., Woodstock, VT from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M.  All ages may participate and there are no auditions.  There is a small participation fee with scholarships available.  Directed by Ellen Satterthwaite, the chorus presents a wide variety of music.  For more information, call Ellen at (802) 457-3980.

The Freelance Family Singers,  sponsored by the Woodstock Recreation Center, is a chorus for all ages. We perform a wide variety of secular and sacred music, and we hold two concerts a year, one in early December and one in May. 

There are no auditions. Singers contribute a small participation fee ($15), and scholarships are available. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. at the First Congregational Church, 36 Elm Street, Woodstock, Vt. 

Contact Ellen Satterthwaite at 802-457-3980.


1. richard clapp - November 30, 2014

Just touching base with the choir and ellen, I’m dick clap, now living in Indianapolis. A member of a 50 plus member Methodist choir. Up to recently, our organist was Martin Ellis, a man with an extrodinary talent on the organ. The church has a huge organ, both front and back of the church. Martin has played all over the U S and Euro[pe. even playing on the Wanamaker organ in Philadelphia. There is a very active organ guild in Indiana. Hope to hear from you

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