Joe Marchio
Musical Direction, Music Director

•    508-241-3168
•    207 Chatham Rd, PO Box 333, South Harwich, 02661

Joe is a graduate of the College of Wooster, Yale University Divinity School and the Yale Institute of Sacred Music, and Boston Conservatory. He has also pursued additional studies in organ and conducting at Eastman School of Music at the University of Rochester and Cleveland Institute of Music. In addition to directing the Chorale, Joe is on the staff of the First Congregational Church of Chatham, and teaches at Cape Cod Community College. He and his wife, Sarah (an accomplished piper), and their children, Thomas, Christopher, and Rachel, live in South Harwich.
Donald Enos
Musical Direction, Accompanist

•    508-896-3344
•    172 Tower Hill Circle, Brewster, 02631

Donald is The Wesley DeLacy Chair Keyboardist of the Cape Cod Symphony. He is also Music Director of South Congregational Church in Dennis, where he doubles as curator of its 1762 Snetzler English chamber organ, the oldest pipe organ on the Cape. He is founding Director of the Meeting House Chamber Music Festival, now coming up on its 40th season. A Cape Cod native who earned two degrees in performance at New England Conservatory, he and his wife live in Brewster; they have two grown children and four grandchildren.
Margaret Bossi
Musical Direction, Director Emerita

•    508-385-3390
•    PO Box 2040, Dennis, 02638

Maggie retired in 2010 after 24 years as Director of the Chatham Chorale.  She is currently Choir Director and Organist at Dennis Union Church. She and husband Arnold are sharing their house with their older son, his wife, and granddaughter, Tallulah. 
Mary Ann Anthony
Soprano, Soprano Section Leader, Scholarship Committee, Chamber Singers

•    774-487-7157 (home 508-790-7981)
•    104 Old Stage Rd, Centerville, 02632

Mary Ann has sung in church choirs in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, and with the Westfield Festival Chorus, the New Valley Singers in Springfield, and the Chorus of Westerly, Rhode Island. She is retired from administering child care programs for Catholic Charities in Boston; and recently retired from her retirement position - teaching preschool in Yarmouth Port. She and husband Bob (Chorale tenor) have two sons and four adult grand children: 2 girls earning masters degrees in London, and 2 boys (men!), married, living and working on the Cape. In April 2019, Mary Ann and Bob became great-grandparents.
Katherine Atwater

•    201-478-3509
•    1179 Stony Brook Rd, Brewster, 02631

Victoria Ciobanu

•    774-212-3230
•    19 Nightingale Drive, South Yarmouth, 02664

Vivien Cook

•    508-255-9255
•    PO Box 102 (60 Van Dale Circle), Eastham, 02642

Vivien sang in school and college choirs in London, then with the Oriana madrigal group, London Philharmonia Chorus, Bach Choir, Oratorio Singers of NJ and the Berkshire Choral Festival. She is a board member (and past president) of both the Eastham Forum and Eventide Arts. She retired from social work, and then from real estate. She has three grown children and four grandchildren.
Barbara Howerton

•    617-922-1031
•    20 Harvard St, Hyannis, 02601

Barbara has a life-long interest in singing, piano, and choral arranging and composition. Barbara sang for 10+ years with the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, in Boston chamber groups such as the Seraphim Singers, and in both soprano and alto roles in small choral and solo events professionally. Other interests include house and clothing design. Doubly retired from behavioral neurology research at BU Medical School and teaching psychology, she enjoys spending time with her five grandchildren.
Jennifer Kangas

•    774-994-0446
•    58 Blue Heron Landing, Harwich, 02645

Alice Kelley
Soprano, Sunshine Committee Chair

•    774-237-0093
•    8 Osprey Ln, Harwich, 02645

Since playing Yum-Yum in my high school 'Mikado', singing has always been a joy of my life. I toured Europe with the Smith-Princeton Chamber Singers while in college and, while at Penn (twenty-five years as an English professor, fifteen as a dean of advising), I sang in St. David's church choir in Radnor, Pennsylvania, until I became a Quaker and formal singing disappeared from my life. Hurrah, then, for the Chatham Chorale, which I joined in 2012 when I retired to the Cape, my childhood territory. I am married to a man who works non-stop and have two grown sons and two wee grandsons.
Mitzi Krueger

•    508-439-3948
•    9 Historic Brook Rd, South Yarmouth, 02664

Mitzi sang with the Longmont Chorale in Colorado, and with the Star House Ensemble. (Her mother, Chunna Broidrick, sang with the Chatham Chorale.) She has sung with the Cape Cod Chorale, New Cape Singers, and Cape Cod Opera. She is Adult Circulation Librarian at the Yarmouth Town Library. She has a son and a daughter, both in college, and a chocolate lab (not in college).
Diana Landau
Soprano, Press releases, Chamber Singers

•    508-255-3836 (cell 415-710-8142)
•    PO Box 206 (21 Toms Hollow Lane), South Orleans, 02662

Diana sang for 18 seasons with the San Francisco Symphony Chorus. Among many highlights were a semi-staged performance of Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, recorded for PBS, and a St. Matthew Passion with Peter Schreirer as the Evangelist. While in the Bay area, she also was a member of the choir of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church and a community opera company, Goat Hill Productions. Since moving to the Cape with husband Greg DeLory, a native son, she has sung with church choirs, Cape Cod Opera, and Eventide Arts. A freelance writer and editor, she is active with environmental groups and loves being a step-parent/grandparent.
Kim Lockwood
Soprano, Chamber Singers

•    508-280-8960 (cell phone only - No home line)
•    62 Eastwood Ln, Cotuit, 02635

Kim turned childhood singing, piano and guitar lessons into a career with the Chorale. She is also one of three founders of the Family School Inc. in Brewster and currently head teacher of Pre-K/Kindergarten. She and husband Wray have two grown children.
Eileen Long

•    508-771-7717 (cell 508-776-0083)
•    7 Starbeam Ln, Hyannis, 02601

Eileen was born in New Britain, Conn and until 11 years ago lived in Framingham, Mass. She received voice training in Hartford CT, sang with and was soloist in the Heritage Chorale and Accapella Singers in Framingham as well as the original Tanglewood Chorale directed by John Oliver. At this time, she is also a member of the Cape Cod Chorale and until recently a member of The MasterSingers of Cape Cod, which was directed by Fred Driftmeyer. She presented three solo concerts and is a soloist on two Christian CDs for Cornerstone Music. On the weekends she is a Cantor and a choir member at Our Lady of Victory Church in Centerville. She formerly worked for State Street Bank in Boston and Quincy. She and her husband Al have four children and eight grandchildren.
Topsy McCarty

•    203-434-1995 Cell phone
•    18 West Road, #302, Orleans, 02653

Anita Nicoll

•    508-432-7143 (cell 508-237-5204)
•    PO Box 554 (216 Bank Street), Harwichport, 02646

Anita grew up as the daughter of a Protestant pastor and a school teacher. At home and at church, singing was a significant and valued part of her life. She often was called upon to sing in quartets with her siblings and sometimes with the addition of parents in worship. She sang with the Manchester, CT high school chorus and select chorus, and has participated in several church choirs and bell choirs in various parts of the country over the years. She presently sings with the choir at the First Congregational Church in Chatham (6years). In addition to singing, she enjoys traveling with her husband Neil, and their family. She has three awesome grandchildren.
Cindy O'Leary
Soprano, member Board of Directors, Membership Chair, Auditions Coordinator.

•    508-896-0226 (cell 774-722-7839)
•    63 Mount Pleasant Rd, Brewster, 02631

Cindy sang with the international cast of Up With People Singers. She was raised in Ft. Worth, but since the early 70’s has been making her way around the country, following her husband’s work with Hartford Financial Services. Over the past 45+ years, she has participated in college and community choruses in CO, MN and IL, community theater in NE and CT, and church choirs from CA to MA, before settling in Brewster in 2010. Cindy currently works part-time at Ferretti's Market, and serves as Cantor at our Lady of the Cape Church. She and husband Jim have two grown daughters and three grandchildren.
Rosa Pimenta

•    508-280-7191 Cell phone
•    PO Box 683, South Yarmouth, 02664

Rosa comes from a musical family. She was trained in art education, and has been an art educator at all grade levels. During October 2009, she was part of an exhibition called “Art in Harmony” at Cape Cod Conservatory in Barnstable, and recently exhibited at the Cape Cod Cultural Center in Yarmouth. She also currently sings in her church choir and is taking cello lessons.
Gina Poole

•    774-413-9805
•    PO Box 1249 (104 Main St), Sandwich, 02653

Martha Rockwell

•    508-221-4713
•    109 Yacht Club Road, Centerville, 02632

Gabby Roselli

•    518-728-9994
•    54 Old Hyannis Rd, Yarmouth Port, 02675

Marilyn Schlansky
Soprano, Development Committee; Chair - Messiah Sing

•    774-237-0698
•    28 Glenwood Dr, Harwich, 02645

Marilyn was a voice major at the High School of Musical Arts in NYC, sang in her College chorus, was musical counselor at summer camps, and sang for 15 years in the Putnam (County NY) Chorale. She has been married to husband Paul for over 50 years. They have two grown children and four grandchildren. She is retired from work as a Public Library Director. She has traveled to all seven continents and over 100 countries. 
Marilyn Sink
Soprano, reserved seating coordinator; Chamber Singers

•    802-752-7396
•    PO Box 453 (15 Winter Home Dr), West Chatham, 02669

Marilyn recently retired from 35 years of teaching music in Vermont, where she also ran a summer music camp called Summer Stage, conducted a handbell and church choir, played with a community handbell group called Northern Bronze, and was a Taiko drummer for seven years. She now conducts the handbell choir at First Congregational Church in Chatham, and plays with the handbell group at Pilgrim Congregational Church in Harwichport.
Barbara Skelley
Soprano, Chamber Singers

•    508-633-8414
•    4 Greenville Dr, Forestdale, 02644

Barb has a BMus and MMus in Performance, both from Bowling Green State University, and is currently studying voice pedagogy with Mary M. Klimek. She is a Weight Watchers group facilitator and a yoga instructor. She and husband Jerry have two grown daughters.
Brooke Spiegel

•    508-951-7787
•    50 Gingerplum Lane, Eastham, 02642

Sarah Sykes

•    603-339-2858
•    410 Crowell's Bog Rd, Brewster, 02631

Hilary Ward
Soprano, Chamber Singers

•    508-896-2386
•    14 Whidah Way, Brewster, 02631

Hilary took a degree from the Royal Manchester College of Music as a pianist and violist. She has sung in church choirs and with the Mastersingers of Westchester, NY, and played in recorder consorts and various string quartets. She was a radio producer for BBC, the Australian Broadcasting Commission, and Radio Singapore. She spent 14 years as a Hospice volunteer in NY and is now doing the same on Cape. She and husband John have two grown sons.
Deb Watson

•    206-465-6677 Cell phone
•    74 Ellis Street, Chatham, 02633

Beginning with church choirs and the Smith College Glee Club, Deb has performed and recorded with groups ranging from the Seattle Symphony and Bach Chorale, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, and the New York Grand Opera Chorus to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops. Following a 30+ year in corporate and multinational banking, she attended culinary school and worked as a caterer and private chef. Deb has served on several boards including Pacific Northwest Ballet, National Assn of Corporate Directors NW and the Seattle Arts Fund. She has circumnavigated the globe through business and personal travel, and recently retired to Chatham. Deb has two daughters.
Linda Webb
Soprano, Chamber Singers

•    508-775-5344
•    355 White Oak Trail, Centerville, 02632

Linda has a degree in music education, and is a retired K-9 music educator. She has also been an organist/choir director in the Springfield area. She has sung with the Berkshire Choral Institute, the Falmouth Chorale, Oyez (early music ensemble), and Novi Cantori in Springfield, as well as a summer program at Lake Ogontz, NH, under the baton of Sir David Willcocks. She has five children and eight grandchildren.
Kathy Wimberly
Soprano, Chair - New Member Mentors

•    508-237-3638
•    12 Birch Dr, Harwich, 02645

Kathy began singing in church choir, sang with the Akron Symphony Chorus for 15 years, as well as with Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and Cape Cod Opera. She has five grown children. She home-schooled her children through elementary school, and now, with her husband, operates a property maintenance company, Beautiful Home of Cape Cod. She helps lead worship at First Light Church in Chatham.
Pat Antonucci
Alto, Member of Board of Directors, Program Inserts Chair

•    508-945-3649
•    26 Oxbow Dr, Chatham, 02633

Music has always been a part of Pat's life, beginning with a children's choir and continuing through high school years in the chorus, community minstrel shows and a barbershop quartet. She sang with church choirs in western MA over the years and became a founding member of The Hartford's Chorale in Simsbury, CT. After 23 years with The Hartford as an Education Consultant, Pat retired and moved to Chatham with her husband in 2006. She soon discovered the joy of music on the Cape, singing with the Holy Redeemer Church Choir, Pleasant Bay Camerata, Mid-Cape Chorus, Pilgrim Pops and now happily, with the Chorale. She loves traveling and spending time with her three daughters and their families in TX and MA.
Laura Baksa

•    508-385-5490
•    132 Whiffletree Ave, Brewster, 02631

Laura has worked for more than 30 years as a graphic artist for Cape Cod newspapers, including most recently The Cape Cod Times. She grew up in Croton-on-Hudson, New York and spent seven years pursuing a sculpture career in NYC after graduating from Sweet Briar College. She now lives in Brewster with partner, Joan Kirchner, and has a grown daughter. She sings with the choir at First Parish Brewster and designs marble mosaic water features.
Geraldine Boles
Alto, Chamber Singers

•    508-833-1792
•    20 Telegraph Hill Rd, Sandwich, 02653

Cherie Bryan
Alto, Press releases, Chamber Singers

•    774-722-1148
•    157 South Orleans Rd, Orleans, 02653

Cherie has participated in church choirs and community choruses all her life. She consults with libraries and teaches workshops state-wide, but still finds time for gardening, reading and swimming. She and Chorale husband David have two grown sons, Galen and Liam.
Barbara Cole
Alto, housing for musicians

•    508-432-9539 (cell 917-575-6901)
•    2 Englewood Dr, Unit A-3, Harwich, 02645

Barbara is an original member of the Chatham Chorale (1970). She took a few years off while teaching and raising 3 girls, but has sung for 36 seasons. She began singing in the madrigal group at Classical HS (Springfield MA), then in musical theater at UMass Amherst (BA in piano performance), before teaching K/1 in D-Y system for 28 years. She and husband Douglas (married 49 years), have 5 grandchildren. She volunteers at Cape Rep Theater in Brewster, and is a movie buff.
Liz Cross
Alto, concert attire coordinator

•    508-385-3881
•    PO Box 216 (26 Scargo Hill Rd), Dennis, 02638

Liz graduated from Springfield College. She has appeared in over fifty theater productions. She sang with the New London Chorale, Coast Guard Academy Chorale, Opera Potpourri and Pfizer Players. She was Assistant to the Director of Cadet Musical Activities (Coast Guard Academy) for many years. She has worked at banking, publishing, and school administration. Liz has received four awards for theater excellence from the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, Coast Guard Academy, and New London Day Newspaper. She has two daughters and five grandchildren.
Mairead Doherty
Alto, President (July 2014 to June 2016)

•    508-432-7292
•    PO Box 522 (177 Belmont Road), West Harwich, 02671

Mairead was born and educated in Ireland. She earned a diploma in Irish harp from the Royal Irish Academy in Dublin. All her life she has sung in church choirs and with the Charleston Chorale and she performed as special guest harpist with the Saengerfest Chorale. She is active as an Irish harpist and performs throughout New England and as a leader of retreats on Celtic spirituality and music at Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham. Her free time is spent on international travel with husband Bob, bike riding on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, reading, and visiting her three grandsons on the east and west coasts.
Mary Donahue

•    508-258-5878
•    62 Greenland Circle, So. Dennis, 02660

Marcia Duncan

•    508-737-0693
•    7 Widow Coombs Walk, Sandwich, 02653

Marcia grew up with a love of music, participating in piano lessons, a cappella choir, playing baritone horn in H.S. band, then the Gordon College Choir. She accompanied church services in Africa on available keyboards; eight years in Christ Chapel Choir under our friend Tom Crumb. She has lived in Italy, South Dakota, and Angola, Africa (17 years serving as a missionary). She taught ESL and women's Bible studies, is past director of the Cape Cod Center of A Woman’s Concern, and currently serves on her church's leadership team. She and physician husband Steve have four grown daughters and one granddaughter.
Sally Elliott
Alto, Proofreading Committee, Ticket Committee

•    508-255-3014
•    19 Safe Harbor Ln, Orleans, 02653

Sally minored in music (piano/organ) at Connecticut College, and sang in the glee club. She has also sung with the Hartford Chorale, many church choirs, and the Larks (16-voice a cappella group). For 40 years she was a kindergarten/preschool teacher and a Red Cross swimming instructor. Her favorite retirement activities include gardening (her garden is often on tour), long distance swimming, kayaking, and cross country skiing. She and husband Bill have two sons, a daughter, and two grandchildren.
Betsy Ferris
Alto, Member of Board of Directors, Development & Grants Committee, Proofreading Committee, Chamber Singers. President (July 2016 to June 2018)

•    508-432-6918
•    38 Rainbow Way, Harwich, 02645

Betsy is a retired librarian. She has enjoyed singing since childhood - around the piano and the campfire - and was delighted to discover the Chatham Chorale when she and husband Bud (Chorale tenor) moved to Cape Cod in 1987. Betsy and Bud lead nature walks at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster. They have three grown children and three grandchildren. Betsy is a member of the Cape Cod Genealogical Society and is always working on her family tree.
Jamie Forster
Alto, Chorale scrapbooks

•    774-810-0202
•    PO Box 1382, West Dennis, 02670

Mary Giorgio
Alto, member of Board of Directors, Development Committee, Contracts & Venues Chair, Chamber Singers

•    508-432-2851 (cell-978-621-1542)
•    PO Box 426 (112 Cranberry Lane), West Chatham, 02669

Mary began choral singing in high school in her hometown of Milwaukee and has been a member of many choral groups since that time. She recently retired as an attorney with the municipal law firm Kopelman and Paige, P.C., which represents many cities and towns throughout Massachusetts, including several Cape towns. Her husband John is also an attorney and is a partner at Kopelman and Paige. Mary and John have three daughters, one grandchild and one on the way.
Clare Hemmenway

•    774-368-0774
•    410 Main St, South Dennis, 02660

Clare studied at Vassar (Music) and Penn State (choral conducting), where she directed the Penn State Women’s Chorus and the Chamber Chorus. In New Orleans, she directed the Jefferson Symphony Chorus and was music director at several churches. She was chorus teacher at the Waldorf School in Lexington and youth choir director at Trinity Church, Copley Square. She taught music at the Nantucket Elementary School for three years, and now teaches piano at the Bridgeview Montessori School. She has a passion for Renaissance recorders.
Carole Kanavos

•    508-420-0113 (cell-508-680-6377)
•    17 E Riverview Avenue, Mashpee, 02649

Carole has sung in choirs in Plymouth, Concord (Vermont), and Cotuit. Her activities include swimming, gardening, photography, and piano. She has three grandchildren.
Margot Karbel
Alto, Ticket Committee; member of Nominating Committee

•    774-237-0335 (cell- 781-640-4210)
•    PO Box 1345 (133 Cranberry Lane), West Chatham, 02669

Margot grew up with parents who loved music, and they passed this love on to her with singing and piano playing. Margot has sung in church and college choirs, and also with the Wellesley Choral Society. She retired to Chatham in 2011 after running her own childcare business for 20 years. She was a computer programmer for 20 years before that. After splitting time between homes in Wellesley and Chatham, Margot is now happily a full-time Chatham resident. She has a grown son and daughter and a grandson.
Iris Leigh

•    617-775-3593
•    132 Horizon Dr, Chatham, 02633

Iris has played in bands, studied piano, and sung in choral groups since she was seven. After college she met her husband Bill Leigh, who is also in the Chorale. Together they've sung with the Providence Singers, the Heritage Chorale (previously the Framingham Choral Society), the Newton Community Chorus and the Dedham Choral Society. Iris plays glockenspiel in the Chatham Band. She's a semi-retired Occupational Therapist with a small private practice and teaches part-time in a Community College. Since moving to Chatham in 2014, she's become a member of the Chatham Chorale. She and Bill have 2 adult children, one of whom is pursuing a career in music and sound design for theater, and 2 grandchildren.
Faith Little
Alto, Member of Board of Directors, Ticket Committee Chair

•    978-448-0342
•    7 Meadowbrook Lane, Harwich Port, 02646

Faith moved to Harwichport in August 2017, realizing a long-term dream of living at the Cape. Before she even packed up her boxes, she searched for a Cape chorus to join! She has been singing with chorus groups since childhood; most recently, with the Boston-area Masterworks Chorale (20yrs). Faith lived for many years in Washington, DC, working for a Ralph Nader organization, before moving back to MA to reconnect with her childhood roots. She teaches research methods and social policy at Boston University School of Social Work. When she isn't driving back and forth to Boston, she enjoys gardening and taking her dogs for long walks on the beach. She volunteers for a beagle rescue organization and always has at least one beagle snoring on the sofa.
Deborah Mahaney
Alto, Alto Section Leader, Chamber Singers

•    646-416-0754
•    29 Forsythia Drive, Harwich, 02645

Deborah ("Deb") has been singing since age 2 (debuting with "How Much is that Doggie in the Window" in her grandmother's living room) and is the daughter of a former professional church choir soloist. She has sung in church and college choirs in Washington, DC, Maryland, and New York City; has performed in numerous musicals in NJ and NYC, and sang in the chorus of the Light Opera of Manhattan. She has also directed the Irving Berlin Girl Scout Chorus and church children's choirs. Deb is a Presbyterian minister (PCUSA) and has been married to Mike for 44 years. Their family includes son, Patrick; daughter, Kathy; son-in-law, Josh and grandson, Matthew.
Helen McGrath

•    508-362-2726
•    23 Damaris Dr, Yarmouth Port, 02675

Helen began singing in church choirs early (her father was a Methodist minister). She sang with the Colby College Glee Club, and sang with and directed the women's a cappella chorus, the Colbyettes. She has been a banker for 25 years. She and husband Tom have three grown daughters and three grandsons.
Mary Jo Nabywaniec
Alto, Member of the Board of Directors, Clerk, Ticket Printing

•    508-385-3962 (cell 518-330-9155)
•    88 Pine View Dr, Brewster, 02631

Mary Jo earned a music degree at the College of St. Rose in Albany NY. She participated in the Potsdam Music Program at Saratoga, and was a piano teacher for over 30 years. She has sung with various musical groups sized 3 to 30 and was a music teacher with the Troy NY School District. She loves golfing, gardening and knitting. She and husband Ted have a son, daughter and two grandchildren.
Irene Nelson
Alto, Chamber Singers

•    508-349-3447
•    1025 Brown's Neck Rd, Wellfleet, 02667

Iggy grew up singing in church and school choirs (including Wagner College where she met husband Roger). She sang with Sweet Adelines on Staten Island. She is retired from her work as a teacher of visually impaired children. She and Roger have two grown sons and one granddaughter. Her hobbies include: Mah Jongg, cross country skiing, Scrabble, NYT crossword puzzle, baking, and writing her memoirs. This year she also took on the challenge of playing Miss Reardon in the Chatham Drama Guild production of 'And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little'.
Kathy Olsen
Alto, member of Board of Directors, Assistant Treasurer, Music Library Committee

•    508-896-1957 (cell 774-274-2810)
•    149 Sheaffer Rd, Centerville, 02632

Kathy is retired from doing pastry work, being a draftsperson, and working as a massage therapist. She still makes the occasional wedding or birthday cake for friends. Now her time is spent acting on behalf of her Quaker Meeting, designing houses, and singing wherever she can. She shares her Eastham home with her grown son, Joel Hesketh.
Terry Rees

•    801-918-8975
•    30 Old Cedar Lane, South Yarmouth, 02664

Terry started vocal training as a teenager. As a freshman at the University of Utah, she sang as a soloist with the Sale Lake Symphonic Choir. After her marriage to husband Ted, she directed and sang in choirs in Hawaii and California. When she and her family moved back to Utah, she returned to the Symphonic Choir, singing and traveling throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Armenia and Russia. She has organized several adult and children's choirs, and is currently directing both in her church on the Cape.
Janet Rogers

•    508-862-8287
•    27 Harbor Bluff Rd, Hyannis, 02601

Janet has always enjoyed singing and has been in several school and church choirs before joining the Chorale. She enjoys working at the Thirwood Place Retirement Community in the Activities Department, where a favorite portion of her job is discovering and booking musicians and entertainers. Prior to moving to the Cape, Janet's work was in a variety of human service and counselling positions. Her previous position for almost 10 years was doing HIV/AIDS counselling in a Connecticut hospital in the infectious diseases section, while serving on the Board of Directors for the local AIDS project, supervising client services and emergency funds. Janet and her partner Jason (a Chorale bass) live in Hyannis with their two dogs, a cockatoo, and some finches. Janet has a daughter, a son, and three young grandchildren.
Leslie Roselli

•    518-728-8189
•    54 Old Hyannis Rd, Yarmouth Port, 02675

Judy Ryon

•    774-216-9310 (cell); 774-801-2653
•    178 Barley Neck Rd, Orleans, 02653

Mim Selig
Alto, Proofreading Committee, Music Library Committee, member of Nominating Committee

•    508-432-7656
•    35 Duncan Ln, Chatham, 02633

Mim has sung with the Framingham Choral Society, the A Cappella Singers, the Newton Choral Society, and Common Voices. She currently sings with the NoteAbles and the choir at First Parish Brewster. She is a veteran of 25 plus summers with the Berkshire Choral Festival. She and husband Peter (Chorale bass) have three grown children and four grandchildren. Mim is retired from previous careers as a remedial reading teacher and as a dental hygienist.
Barbara Semple
Alto, Proofreading Committee Chairperson, Chamber Singers

•    508-432-7519 (Home); 774-212-4860 (cell)
•    336 Forest Beach Rd, South Chatham, 02659

Barbara began singing in choruses in high school and at Elmira College. She also sang with an a cappella group, The Twelmirans. While living in New Hampshire she sang with the Twin Rivers Chorale and for 34 years with the Concord Chorale. She was an alto with small groups, The Conchords and The Concord Vocal Octet. In her retirement she enjoys kayaking, sailing, biking and water aerobics. She is also active at the Atwood House in Chatham. Barbara is a retired children’s librarian, married, and has two grown children.
Shelly Sequin
Alto, Member of Board of Directors, Scholarship Committee Chairperson, Chamber Singers

•    508-237-5477
•    149 Countryside Drive, Chatham, 02633

Shelly began singing in elementary school, and continued throughout junior and senior high. Always an Alto, she sang in both the large and elite choirs, and played flute in the school band. She also sang with the Trinity United Methodist Church Choir in Springfield under the direction of Becky Rosenthal Isaacson until permanently moving to Cape Cod in 1997. Introduced to the Chatham Chorale by Bud & Betsy Ferris in 2005, it was love at first note! When not singing, Shelly enjoys gardening, reading, long walks with her husband Jon and family pet Lula, as well as vacations with her family in New Hampshire.
Lyn Solomon

•    607-329-7063
•    13 Southover, South Dennis, 02660

Lyn moved to South Dennis from upstate New York where she was a member of the Genesee Chorale in Batavia. She sang with the Allegheny College Choir for four years (including one concert under Randall Thompson). She has sung with church choirs in New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. She is a retired health and safety specialist, and enjoys photography, golf, and knitting. She and husband Len have two grown daughters and one granddaughter.
Barbara Sternberg
Alto, Chamber Singers

•    508-744-7779
•    10 Halyard Way, Centerville, 02632

Christine Vancisin
Alto, Member of the Board of Directors, Annual Banquet/Hospitality Chair, Chamber Singers

•    508-362-8009
•    6 Wild Hunter Rd, Yarmouth Port, 02675

Barbara Wells
Alto, Ticket Committee, Proofreading Committee

•    508-945-0356
•    70 Stetson Cove Ln, Chatham, 02633

Barbara sang with the Vassar College Glee Club. She now sings in the choir at Holy Redeemer Church in Chatham, as well as with the Chatham Music Club and Pleasant Bay Camerata. She is retired from Yellow Umbrella Books and teaching pre-school. After two terms on the Board of Directors of the Chorale and twenty years of fruit distribution from her garage, she is happy with her two committee jobs. Barbara is a proud member of the 100 Club, having sung in over 100 concerts since joining the Chorale in 1980
Deirdre White

•    609-468-2823
•    P.O. Box 544, E. Orleans, 02643

Chris Allen
Tenor, Chamber Singers

•    508-246-8402
•    50 Kerouach Rd, Wellfleet, 02667

Bob Anthony
Tenor, Chamber Singers

•    508-790-7981
•    104 Old Stage Rd, Centerville, 02632

Bob was a boy choir member at St. Dunstan's Choir School in Providence RI, has sung with the glee clubs of Moses Brown School and Amherst College, the Chorus of Westerly RI, the RI Civic Chorale, the University Glee Clubs in New Haven and New York City, and the Western MA Opera Group. One of four ordained clergy in the Chorale, Bob is an Episcopal priest who is slowly but surely retiring from a career in ministry. He previously served parishes in RI and western MA. He and wife MaryAnn have two grown sons and four grandchildren.
Bud Ferris
Tenor, President-Elect & Treasurer, Production Coordinator, Concert record-keeper, Chamber Singers

•    508-432-6918
•    38 Rainbow Way, Harwich, 02645

Bud has sung throughout his life: musical theater, church choirs, community theater and choruses, and the Worcester County Light Opera Company. He is a retired superintendent of schools (Maynard and Harwich) and is a past president of the Chatham Chorale. Bud and wife Betsy (Chorale alto) lead nature walks at the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster, where Bud also trains volunteers to work as naturalists on field walks and on his favorite activity, Mudflat Mania!
Lynn Herbst
Tenor, Member of the Board of Directors, Promotions Chairperson, Tenor Section Leader, Chamber Singers

•    508-945-0316 (cell: 508-241-5130)
•    94 Eastward Rd, Chatham, 02633

Steve Kuhrtz
Tenor, member ticket sales coordinator

•    508-274-2565
•    PO Box 1082 (36 School Street), East Dennis, 02641

Steve sang in college glee club and with church Choirs, also with Sudbury Savoyards in Ruddigore. He worked in environmental health and safety management with state and federal agencies and two large chemical companies. Since moving to the Cape, he has owned and managed a home cleaning service in Stoughton. He and wife Mary have one grown son.
Cal Mutti
Tenor, Assistant Tenor Section Leader, member Nominating Committee, member photos

•    508-896-9780
•    119 North Pond Dr, Brewster, 02631

Cal is an Ohio native who has sung in school, college, church, and community choruses his whole life. Ordained as a United Church of Christ/Congregational minister 50 years ago in 1969, he and his wife Karen have lived where Cal served as Pastor in Indiana and Massachusetts. He was recently made Pastor Emeritus in Andover, MA, where he served for 19 years. After retiring to the Cape in 2007 and residing in Brewster, he quickly joined the chorale as a tenor. Cal is a passionate beekeeper, conservationist, and master gardener, teaching in the Lower Cape Children's Garden. Karen, his wife of 55 years, has served as the House Manager for the Chorale since 2014. They have two adult children who work and live with their families in Cleveland and Austin.
Walter North

•    508-241-8190
•    178 Barley Neck Rd, Orleans, 02653

Tom Philips
Tenor, President, Stage Manager, Nominating Committee, stage set-up crew.

•    508-430-7189 (cell 201-400-9353)
•    PO Box 607 (9 Pinewood Ln), West Harwich, 02671

Tom has been a professor of physics at Carleton College and a Member of the Technical Staff and a Department Head at Bell Laboratories in New Jersey. He sang in his church choir and with the Bell Laboratories Whippany Chorus and the Morris Choral Society. On Cape Cod he has been a member of the Cape Cod Chorale, We Are the Men, the New Cape Singers, and Pilgrim Pops. He now sings in the Chancel Choir and plays in the handbell choir at the Chatham Congregational Church. Tom and his wife Doris (married 55 years) have three daughters, one grandson, and four granddaughters. His hobbies include genealogy; he has published a record of over 20,000 descendants of his Philips ancestors, who immigrated from Wales in 1755.
Steven Reuman

•    978-201-9581
•    PO Box 25 (185 Stoney Pt. Rd), Cummaquid, 02637

Starting with Davy Crockett at age 4, Steve has always loved to sing. He sang in church choirs from grade school through high school, and the Williams Choral Society, folk, and barbershop groups during college. After college he moved to LA, toured with the Johnny Mann Singers, the Ray Charles Singers, and backed up Las Vegas acts such as Perry Como and Eddie Arnold. He enjoys many musical styles, and plays piano and guitar with friends. His hobby is creating vocal overlays and instrumental backing sequences with his home recording studio. Before retiring in 2013, he spent 25 years in Acton raising 3 daughters and working as a computer researcher in digital image processing. He and his wife Deborah moved to Cummaquid in 2015.