Our Spring season begins online Monday, January 25 at 7:00 p.m. with a special workshop, Interpreting Gospel Music with Dr. Trineice Robinson-Martin. This workshop is also open to the public. More information is here.
The Montpelier Community Gospel Choir is a nondenominational community choir in Montpelier, Vermont (USA). Our members hail from all over the central Vermont area and from many different faith (and nonfaith) traditions. While professional singers are always welcome, the choir is composed mostly of people with no professional training. Anyone may join us; we ask only that they bring a love of this powerful music tradition and a willingness to open their hearts to what happens when we sing it.
The choir began in 1994 under the direction of the late Rev. Fred Shapiro and the late Andy Shapiro. From its beginnings as a loose-knit group of about 20 people, the choir has grown over the years to its present size of over 60 members.
Sharing the Hope, Joy, and Inspiration of African-American Gospel Music. Love In Harmony!
The choir is directed by John Harrison.
The Montpelier Community Gospel Choir is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Board of Directors:
Paul Boffa, Worcester VT
Amy Cavenagh (President), Middlesex VT
Olivia Gelsinon (Vice-President), Montpelier VT
Paul Hartmann, Montpelier VT
Neil Husher (Treasurer), Randolph VT
Kate Latz (Secretary), Wolcott VT
Kim Pierce, Montpelier VT
Emily Seiffert, Montpelier VT
Shanda Williams, Montpelier VT