Passionate Voices of the Upper Cape

2017/2018 Season Concerts

We enjoyed seeing all of you at our performances of Carols & Lullabies this past weekend. If you are looking forward to more songs of the season, please join us for our annual Community Sing this Friday, December 15 at 7:00PM at First Congregational Church, 68 Main Street, Falmouth.

Members of the Falmouth Chorale and the Falmouth Chamber Players Orchestra invite singers and instrumentalists to join them “Readings & Carols,” under the direction of John Yankee. Listeners are also welcome. Doors open at 6:30PM.


As an alternative to Falmouth’s traditional Messiah Sing, this year’s holiday sing offers a program of secular and sacred readings and carols. It will be a special evening of stories and poems paired with songs of the season. For instance, excerpts from Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales with “Good King Wenceslas” or John Yankee’s personal recollection of Midnight Mass with “O Holy Night.” And, for those who may be missing the Messiah, Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus” will be included.

Songbooks will be provided but individual harmonization is welcome. This is an informal event; families and friends are encouraged to sit together, sing and be part of this joyful holiday tradition. Instrumentalists who want to play in the orchestra that evening are asked to contact FCPO President Fritz Sonnichsen in advance at fcpo@FalmouthChamberPlayers.org or 508-274-2632.

A donation of $10.00 for the Sing is suggested.  More information is available at 774-392-2383 or info@falmouthchorale.org.

Our Mission

​​​The mission of the Falmouth Chorale is to share with our audiences the joy of singing and to communicate with passion the marvelous and varied choral music which has been created over the centuries.


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The Falmouth Chorale, Inc.
PO Box 12,
Falmouth, MA 02541 
774-392-2383