'Faure-In-A-Day' workshop coming to Drew Methodist

Singers are invited to learn about composer's famous Requiem

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  • The Tri-State Chorale, With MatthewRupcich, Adam Blackman, Susan Gail, Luckey Ferguson, Mark Cerberville, Doris Weifert, Richard Mackintosh, Susan Hall Rustin, James H. Mould and Lee Ames at Milford United Methodist Church. (Photo provided)

, N.Y. — All singers are welcome to a one-day "Faure Requiem" workshop hosted by the Tri-State Chorale from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Drew United Methodist Church, 49 Sussex St., Port Jervis, N.Y.

Participants will work with six professionals:

Matthew Rupcich, conductor

Richard Horst, conductor

Ruth Ann Gordon, conductor

Jennifer Cowgill, soprano

George Levandowski, baritone

Sheri Melcher, organist

Participants will sing together while learning something about performing Faure's Requiem.

The $10 admission at the door includes a reception.

Bring your Faure Requiem vocal score if you have one, or borrow one for the day. Email Susan Rustin at tristatechorale@gmail.com for additional information or to reserve a score.

The Tri-State Chorale is a nonprofit collaboration between professional music director, conductor, and vocal coach, Matthew Rupcich, and a group of local singers of varied abilities.

Young adult to mature singers are welcome to improve their vocal awareness and singing skills through the study of a variety of works from classical to choral, theatrical, folk, and gospel. The chorale started in 2016 as a summertime-only singing group. Membership is free for students.

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