Harrisburg Men’s Chorus Seeks Artistic Director

Want to be an artistic director?

Harrisburg Men’s Chorus today announced the retirement of artistic director David Walker, who has served for eight years. The 2011-2012 season will be his last.

Walker is credited with taking the chorus to new heights under his talented leadership. They have attended 2 GALA (Gay and Lesbian National Choral Association) Festivals in Miami, Florida and San Jose, California with Denver, Colorado in 2012.

David has encouraged collaboration with other musical groups both in Central Pennsylvania and abroad, including the New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus, the Central Pennsylvania Womyn’s Chorus and the Arcona Reel Band. In the Harrisburg area, David has been instrumental in leading the Voices United concerts for 7 years. His sense of humor, wit and talents will be dearly missed.

The chorus is on the search for a new Artistic Director. The search will be opening in the Fall of 2011 to have a director in place by the Spring of 2012. If you or anyone you know has an interest in leading this dynamic chorus, please visit our website at http://www.harrisburgmenschorus.org where a job description/application is posted or send us a resume at Harrisburg Men’s Chorus, P.O. Box 62201, Harrisburg PA 17106.

The group’s mission continues to be one of sharing the message of inclusion and tolerance with new audiences while maintaining the tradition of fusing humor and sentiment to create an unforgettable musical experience.

The chorus brings the unique sound of a men’s chorus to a variety of genres, effortlessly switching from jazz to show tunes to folk songs, making it a must-see Harrisburg staple.

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