Second Wind, a small chorus that has been making music on Capitol Hill for more than a decade, will inaugurate its spring season on March 7. New singers are always welcome.
The group is affiliated with Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, where it rehearses Tuesdays from 12:30 to 2 pm and performs in concert twice a year. In December Second Wind appeared as a part of a special musical program marking CHAW’s 50th anniversary. Its selections encompass classical and pop, traditional and sacred songs, Palestrina and Billy Joel, every season a new musical experience. This spring the group will be rehearsing and performing under interim director Mandy Brown, a D.C.-area soprano and conductor.
There are no auditions to join Second Wind, and the ability to read music, while certainly helpful, isn’t necessary. Membership fees are assessed on a sliding scale. As long as the pandemic persists, singers will be required to wear masks and new members must show proof of vaccination.
Interested in singing with Second Wind? Look for more information at secondwindchorusdc.com, or contact Shirley Rosenfeld at (202) 630-2176.