Una Voce

Have you ever wanted to sing?

There are NO AUDITIONS to join this chorus! The group is casual, energetic and social!

Join your neighbors in Community Music Center of Boston’s Adult Chorus, Una Voce.

Summer Session of Una Voce – Register Now!

Rehearsals: Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00pm

Ages: Adults, ages 18+

We are a non-auditioned community choir, comprised of singers from all walks of life – from novices to avid singers. Our ranks represent the diversity of our Boston community, and range in age from the young to the very young at heart.

We all share a common love for the singing music. Our repertoire is as diverse as our membership – from Bach to Beatles, from Mozart to Duke Ellington, and so much more!  

Our Rehearsals are structured similarly to a group voice lesson and foster friendship, vocal exploration and unity through musical fellowship. No experience is required!  

We are committed to presenting high-quality concerts of choral music, which will enrich, entertain, and educate the residents of Boston. By partnering with community and arts organizations as well as outreach venues, Una Voce seeks to expand its reach and share the beautiful art form that is choral music with citizens from all walks of life in Boston.

Hannah Sigel, known for her work as a professional singer and educator, is the new Artistic Director of Una Voce. Together with CMCB’s dedicated staff and enthusiastic volunteers, she aims to continue the great work of her predecessors by growing the membership of the group and further improving the quality of its performances.

Director: Hannah Sigel (hsigel@cmcb.org)

Hannah Sigel holds a BM from Boston Conservatory at Berklee, where she studied voice under the tutelage of Kevin Wilson. Having performed and taught privately for years, Hannah is delighted to share her passion for music with the community and inspire the next generation of musicians through her work in the Early Childhood department. Originally from Miami, FL, Hannah is passionate about the importance of music in our communities and its members lives. She hopes to inspire a will and drive to make a difference in our communities through music education and performance.

Accompanist: Matt Savage (savage@cmcb.org)

Matt Savage has had a fifteen-year professional career as a jazz musician, bandleader and composer with ensembles of different size. A graduate of Manhattan School of Music and Berklee College of Music, Matt balances his professional music career with teaching. He teaches at Community Music Center of Boston, and at Applied Behavioral Learning Services (an organization near Boston for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities). Matt gives masterclasses and workshops domestically and internationally (in English and Spanish) as well as private piano lessons.

Contact: Tiniqua Patrick, Registrar (patrick@cmcb.org) or 617-482-7494