Cantemus Seeks Assistant Conductor
Cantemus seeks an energetic and motivated Assistant Conductor. The Assistant Conductor must be a versatile musician who will contribute to the ensemble’s artistic growth. Reporting to the Artistic Director, Jane Ring Frank, the Assistant Conductor must have some knowledge of choral repertoire, proven conducting technique, rehearsal preparation skills and the versatility to communicate in a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional musical styles. Read more...
Season Preview - August 24th
On Tuesday, Aug. 24, Cantemus fans, auditioners, and current members who want to sit in are invited to our annual Season Preview at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Topsfield. Jane Ring Frank will introduce us to many of the pieces we’ll be working on this year. And anyone in the room is welcome to sing with us. It’s always a fun evening, and we’d love to see you there! It will begin at 7:30 and end around 9:00.
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IMPORTANT: In order to join us to sing or listen, we ask that you provide proof of vaccination and wear a mask. Please bring your vaccination card with you. Masks will be required. Social distancing will be required. Healthy ventilation will be provided.
Meet Our Choral Intern, Julia Norcross
Cantemus continues its efforts to build interest in, and exposure to, the beauty of choral music among young talent.
Our current intern, Julia Norcross of Beverly, is a 17-year-old junior in a secondary home-schooling cooperative in Boxford, who began interning with Cantemus in January 2020. Read more...
Cantemus Presents “Bach Again: New Body, Old Soul” Over Local TV Stations
Cantemus Chamber Chorus was pleased to present “Bach Again: New Body, Old Soul,” over local access TV stations on Sunday, April 25, 2021. In this one-hour program, Jane Ring Frank, artistic director of Cantemus, in conversation with Newburyport Community Media Hub's Mary Jacobsen, served as a tour guide through the world of J. S. Bach’s chorales and their influence on three centuries of historical and contemporary composers. With the help of recording, video and interview, Frank explored the world of Bach's heirs, from Mendelssohn to Paul Simon. View the video | Read the press release