Welcome to Souhegan Valley Chorus!

Rehearsal Location Change

Because of the snowstorm and resulting school closing, tonight’s (Tuesday December 3, 2019) will be held at:

First Congregational Church
10 Union Street
Milford, NH 03055

Come to our Holiday Concert!

Join the Souhegan Valley Chorus on Saturday December 14th for Sing We Now of Christmas: Music of Harry Simeone, Bing Crosby, and Louis Armstrong, a concert of holiday songs from our childhoods. (Click on the poster image to download a PDF.)
SVC director, Jennifer K. Erdody explains, “The inspiration for this year’s Christmas concert is the Harry Simeone Christmas album that many of us listened to when we were kids. First released in 1959, this album has been a standard in homes for decades now. We were thrilled to find the exact arrangements in print that are performed on the album!”  This late ’50s early ’60s music is paired with contemporaries Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong. Armstrong’s “‘Zat You, Santa Claus?” and Bing Crosby’s “Mele Kalikimaka” are two lesser known Christmas songs, while we also include more well-known classics such as “Christmas in Killarney” and “White Christmas”.
Kimberly Vars Whitehead accompanies the chorus of 70+ members from the Milford-Amherst area and surrounding towns. Join Souhegan Valley Chorus for this evening of holiday music at Souhegan High School in Amherst NH at 7:00pm! Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and students, and is free for children 12 and under. Click on the image below to buy tickets online:

Today is Friday, 18 June, 2021

Our Concert Premiered on Saturday, May 22, 2021

But you can view it any time, now:

Click here to go to the YouTube Premiere Concert!

And please donate to the SVC! Thank you!

How to View our Spring Concert

Join Souhegan Valley Chorus for a wonderful night of some of our favorite songs. From past showcases to their April 2021 recording studio session, this concert has songs you’ve loved, and songs you can’t wait to love. With solos from Bryan Higgs, Roger Hurd, Valerie Morelli, and Jennifer Erdody, this concert will be one to remember.
Chorus members met on Zoom to rehearse and joined each other in groups of five to record their parts at TY Studios. Their recordings were then combined to create brand new renditions of a medley from “A Chorus Line”, and “Forever Music”, by Mark Hayes.
Once the video is posted, you can watch it at any time, but thanks to YouTube Premiere, on May 22nd at 7 pm, you can join in the conversation on the live chat, so you and all your friends can experience the concert together, just like the old days.
This concert is free, but we ask you to donate whatever you can so that Souhegan Valley Chorus can keep providing you and your family with great music for years to come.

Singing in a choir could be ‘the new exercise’

“Exercise is one of the few activities in life that is indisputably good for us,” writes Daniel H. Pink in his new book, ‘When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.‘ “Choral singing might be the new exercise.”

“Choral singing calms the heart and boosts endorphin levels. It improves lung function. It increases pain thresholds and reduces the need for pain medication,” Pink claims, citing research published in Evolution and Human Behavior. It also seems to improve your outlook, boosting mood and self-esteem while alleviating feelings of stress and depression.

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