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The Cathedral of Saint Thomas More in Arlington, Virginia, seeks a bass section leader. The choir is composed of professional and volunteer singers and rehearses weekly on Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. and sings for the 11:00 a.m. Sunday Mass with a 10:15 a.m. call preceding. Additional weekend Masses for cantors are at 5 p.m. on Saturday and 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday. Pay is $115 per call with additional compensation for any time over 2.5 hours. Because it is a Catholic liturgical ministry, we especially seek practicing Catholics or others with an interest in sacred music who will be a good fit for the Catholic and communal culture of our choir.  

The employment period will be from Wed., Feb. 22 to Sun., June 11. Required calls are Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday (April 6–9). 

Redeemer Bethesda is seeking section leaders (soprano and tenor) and substitutes (all parts) for our professional quartet that leads our volunteer choir of 25.

Redeemer is an Episcopal Church with music at its heart. As a Parish, we foster our community of professionals, volunteers, and music-appreciators to express our ministry of welcome and elevate our worship through the Anglican choral tradition. The repertoire is appropriately chosen and joyously executed, and whether a hymn or an orchestral mass setting, our music enriches the shared experience of life and the divine. Our composer-led Ensemble-in-Residence, Kassia Music is a first-class group that performs with the choir on special occasions, at our flagship Saturday evening concerts, and co-curates our Friday night series (with open mic). We welcome other local and regional professionals for our Saturday night series, who this year include The Whiffenpoofs, Sam Scheff, and the Eric Byrd Trio.

Our quartet of section leaders works collaboratively with our talented and enthusiastic volunteers. Tuning and ensemble are paramount, but our paradigm is the healthy focus of vowels through healthy onset to energize stylistic performance.

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Annandale, VA has an opening for a bass singer beginning September 18, 2022. St. Barnabas is 17 miles west of DC and is neighbor to Springfield, Fairfax, and Falls Church. This small (50-75 ASA) multicultural faith community loves to sing traditional Episcopal hymns and African-American spirituals and other songs from Lift Every Voice and Sing. The choir (ca. 10) sings everything from Taizé to Tallis to Thatcher. The bass section leader would sing for a 9:15 rehearsal and a 10:15 service from mid-September to mid-June. Pay is $75 per Sunday. 3 Sundays off can be coordinated with the church’s music minister. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

SixDegreeSingersSix Degree Singers is a volunteer group of singers and friends who like to perform challenging and varied choral repertoire at a very high level, while also finding time to socialize. We are looking for more basses with a strong choral/vocal/ instrumental background who can read music well. We are listening for strong musicianship skills and singers who are sensitive to issues of blend, intonation, phrasing, and diction. Our regular rehearsals are Thursday evenings from 7:00-9:30 pm in the downtown Silver Spring area.
Anyone rehearsing or performing with Six Degree Singers must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and boosted, if eligible.
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The choir of Grace Episcopal Church in The Plains, VA (40 miles west of DC) has an immediate opening (beginning January 24) for a Bass section leader.  From September to June, the choir sings for the weekly 10:30 am Eucharist on Sunday mornings.  Section leaders are paid $110 per call.  Additional calls include one service of Choral Evensong, one service of Lessons and Carols, Christmas Eve, and Holy Week services.