2015 Together in Song Regional Choral Awards

Together in Song wrapped up its fifth season on Sunday, April 26, 2015 with a live awards show broadcast from the studios of WGBY-TV and hosted by Kevin Rhodes of the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Rus Peotter, General Manager of WGBY-TV and Carolee McGrath, our red carpet host. Over five weeks leading up to the Showcase, judges and viewers selected the top 8 ensembles out of 24 who participated this year. Those 8 groups got to perform on stage with a studio audience plus viewers at home who tuned in for the event as well as viewers from all over the world on our live web stream of the broadcast!

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The Smith College Smithereens outside WGBY’s Studios

 

WGBY invited fans to submit a vote via text, phone or on-line in support of their favorite choirs. After more than 1,400 votes were tallied, Hall High School Choraliers was announced as the 2015 Together In Song Top Performer!!!! They will receive their own 30 minute television special! Look for it on WGBY-TV in the fall.

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2015 Top Performer The Hall High Choraliers

 

As always, Together in Song offers a variety of music . . . in one local program! This season, we featured performances in the following categories:

  • Elementary/Middle School
  • High School
  • College and Adult Choirs
  • Adult Classical
  • Adult Non-Classical

Watch this year’s Showcase online!

Congratulations to everyone who took part in this year’s series. Thank you to our friends at MassMutual for their gracious support. Without them, producing Together in Song would not be possible.


The support of our viewers has helped bring the performances of thousands of local singers into your homes over the last four seasons of Together in Song. Please consider making a gift to Together in Song to help continue to make that possible.

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    Additional support is provided by: A grant from The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts from the Raymond E. and Mildred G. Clark Foundation Fund and the Members of WGBY.