New Season Premieres March 7th at 7:30pm!


Top performers outside the WGBY Studio in Springfield

WGBY-TV, Public Television for western New England, is pleased to bring you a brand new season of our popular series Together in Song in 2015! This series is a regional showcase of the many talented amateur choral groups from western New England. Choral singing is a great passion for people of all ages and WGBY celebrates that passion with our Together in Song series.

WGBY congratulates the winner of the 2014 Together in Song Regional Choral Awards, the Amherst Regional High School Chorale, who were finalists in the High School category and received top honors during out live broadcast in April 2014. As winners, the group was featured in their own half-hour special that was broadcast through the fall and winter.


Studio tapings begin this January for season 5 of WGBY’s Together In Song. Twenty-six talented choral groups will be taping their performances this winter as each group has a chance to compete for their very own 30-minute special to be broadcast on WGBY-TV this fall. Watch last season’s top performer in their very own special A Together in Song Special: We Sang to the Top featuring The Amherst Regional High School Chorale.

Season 5 premieres and voting begins March 7 @ 7:30pm. Be part of our judging process by liking your favorite performers and boosting their chances of becoming this season’s top performer. Be prepared to tune in on March 7th!

A few of our past seasons top performers include:

Kurn Hattin Homes Select Choir

Hampshire Young People’s Chorus Concert Choir
Schola Nova
The Smithereens
Strike a Chord!
Chill Harmonics

The support of our viewers has helped bring the performances of thousands of local singers into your homes over the last three 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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