Walk for Music
"Music Moves My Feet "- Our Walk for Music 2022

Nothing can stop the mind-blowing power of music! This May, we walked the Cochituate Rail Trail to raise funds for our ongoing mission. Support us as we stretch our legs... it feels SO good!

We're back, Baby! In-person (with safety protocols) and also online.

Enjoy live music-making in our lovely new rehearsal space, or sing with us from home every Tuesday! Join now - NO AUDITIONS!

Virtual Choir
Virtual Choir

While we waited to resume rehearsals, 8 adventurous singers took the technical challenge, mashing up two songs about the power of music.

We're up to something
We're up to something...

Our program offers a meaningful creative endeavor in which 70 retired people give 50 concerts a year in the MetroWest Boston community.

CNN Feature
CNN Feature

How do older adults (like us!) stay healthy? By engaging in live music!

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We Sing and Dance to Lift Spirits and Promote Good Health


BIRTH OF A NEW SONG! Our ongoing intergenerational collaboration with Natick High School singers offered an opportunity to share a piece composed just for us, "When We Sing," by Broadway musical director John O'Neill (son of our own Carol O). The composer was on hand to hear it for the first time, rendered by our custom blend of young and mature voices - listen here and enjoy his reaction at the end!

JOIN US IN PERSON (OR ONLINE) BEGINNING SEP 13, on Tuesdays, 11am-12:30pm. We love singing together in our spacious and airy rehearsal hall in Framingham and we're also live on zoom. No auditions, no attendance commitments. Contact us to join the fun! More information here.

"MUSIC MOVES MY FEET" FUNdraiser: Our Walk for Music on the Cochituate Rail Trail started from our new rehearsal location in Saxonville, Framingham, and took us to a lakeside picnic spot in Natick, where we did some singing (check out our Videos). You can still DONATE NOW using the gold button in the upper right corner of this page. We welcome all support and thank our generous local business sponsors!

"DRIVEWAY CHOIR" REHEARSAL: On a fair October day in 2020, in a Sudbury church parking lot, we were given the chance to sing together from the safety of our cars. Many other choruses tried this, and now we're in the documentary film about this project, "The Drive To Sing." View photos and listen to us here.

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SEE US IN ACTION on our videos page.

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