Passionate Voices of the Upper Cape

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.

A native of Canada, pianist Stephanie Weaver began her studies through the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, and completed undergraduate and graduate studies at the University of Western Ontario and Michigan State University.  She has served on the faculties of Michigan State University, the University of Michigan, Grand Valley State University and Concordia University. Dr. Weaver has performed as a soloist and collaborative pianist extensively in Canada and the United States and has been a prizewinner in a number of competitions. After moving to Cape Cod in 2011, to become the Executive Director of the Cape Conservatory, she joined the Falmouth Chorale as accompanist in 2012. She was previously the Executive Director of the Ann Arbor School for the Performing Arts, one of 800 educational centers across the nation affiliated with the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. Weaver’s ongoing mission is to make the arts more accessible to students of all ages and to make the Conservatory a continual source of inspiration—inside the classroom and out in the community.

​​​Megan Anthony, Assistant Director

Sarah first discovered her passion for singing while in high school and continued her study in college. She has been a member of The Falmouth Chorale since 2011. She became chorale manager in 2013, a job with responsibilities in every area of the organization other than artistic decisions. Sarah is the primary contact for all your questions, comments, and ideas.

Stephanie Weaver,  Accompanist

Sarah Sadler,  Chorale Manager

​​​​Assistant Director Megan Anthony moved from Western Mass to the Cape in 2005. Involved in music all her life, she received her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her Master’s degree in Music Education from Central Connecticut State University. Megan teaches instrumental music at Nauset Regional Middle School, where she directs multiple concert and jazz bands. She is the music director for the Cotuit Federated Church, conducting the choir and handbell choir. Megan also participates in several community ensembles and regularly accompanies area high school and community musical theater productions. ​​