Northampton, MA
Director: Dan Inglis
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Choir Official Website

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DSOyYTJVqYg

“Seasons of Love” composed by Jonathan Larson
“Bread For the World” composed by Bernadette Farrell

The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Choir is a performing ensemble dedicated to uplifting and enlivening the church service experience at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Founded by beloved former director Doug Almanzar in 2010 as the new parish took shape, the Choir gratefully enjoys the loyal support of its community at its weekly mass appearances and frequent performances outside, including its much-anticipated Cabaret and its Lessons and Carols service. The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Choir has also contributed recorded material for dance performances. The Choir welcomes singers at all different levels of involvement and joyously builds for a high level of ensemble cohesion, fluidity, musical excellence, and enjoyment. Directed by Dan Inglis and accompanied by Susanne Anderson since 2011, as it enters its sixth year it has already been called “the best choir in the Diocese.”

About the Director<br /> Dan Inglis has enjoyed conducting the Choir since 2011 to the superb flourishes of pianist Susanne Anderson. Inglis also conducts the Pioneer Valley Chordsmen, a barbershop chorus in Chicopee, MA. As the area's only Certified Master Teacher of Estill Voice Training, Dan teaches at the Dan Inglis Voice & Piano Studio, whose students are active in performance throughout the valley. Licensed in music education at UMass Amherst and educated at Hampshire College, Dan wrote his thesis on the nature and acquisition of musical ability.

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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.