The C Minor Mass
Wolfgang A. Mozart
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Eugene Sirotkine
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The Hudson Valley Singers
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The Hudson Valley Singers gave their debut concert on March 15, 1951, at the Graham School in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. The group, now 73 members strong, has been in existence continuously since that time, performing choral music of the 17th through 20th centuries.

The group's objectives have always been to contribute to the cultural life of the community through our public performances and to provide our amateur choral singers with professional instruction.

In1998, Eugene Sirotkine joined the Hudson Valley Singers as Music Director and brought a very special vitality and enthusiasm to the group.

Overheard at rehearsal...

Carol (alto):
“We’ve all grown so much as musicians since Eugene took the helm here four years ago. Performing some of the the finest choral music ever written with world-class soloists like Olga Makarina and Peter Volpe is a feeling I can’t even begin to describe.”

“When I told the Met chorus that I was doing ‘Gira la cote’ from Puccini’s Turandot with my Hudson Valley Chorus, they were amazed that an amateur ensemble would attempt a piece even they find challenging. It was truly marvelous.”

Last winter the Hudson Valley Singers performed Mozart's Requiem Mass (K.626) and Vesperae Solennes (K.339). The Spring 2002 program consisted of Opera Choruses and Arias from Bellini, Giordano, Mozart, Puccini, Rossini and Verdi.

The Spring 2003 program will feature Johann Sebastian Bach's St. John Passion. It will be performed, fittingly enough, on Palm Sunday, April 13th, so save the date.

On January 19th: Mozart's C Minor Mass

We're so excited about taking on Wolfgang Mozart's most difficult choral piece. Rehearsals began in September and will go on right up to the afternoon of January 19th. So save the date.

And remember: even though this is our largest venue ever, seating is limited and the tickets are going fast. So order your advance tickets today. Click here or call 914-674-2865.

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We're beginning rehearsals for Bach's St. John Passion in November. And always looking for more singers - especially tenors and basses. If you'd like to find out more, click here or call our recruitment hotline at 914-674-2157. If you prefer, you can send an email to

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The Hudson Valley Singers Corp. is a not-for-profit corporation chartered by the State of New York and has been granted tax-empt status by the IRS. As such, your generous contributions to this organization not only support the Westchester cultural scene at large, but are also tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law, IRS regulations and TurboTax.

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