For many of us, memories of singing and touring with RCS are among the most meaningful of our Radcliffe and Harvard experiences. The Radcliffe Choral Society Foundation (RCSF) is dedicated to supporting the activities of the current Choral Society, strengthening the RCS community, and honoring our shared experiences and proud traditions.
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The Harvard Glee Club will be traveling through the Upper Midwest (St. Paul, Winona, Milwaukee, and Chicago) over spring break, from March 9-18, 2018. Please see the HGC Foundation site for more information!
The Harvard Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society are caroling around Harvard Yard this holiday season!
As the holiday season is quickly approaching, RCS and HGC alumnae/i are invited to join the men and women of HGC and RCS in festive caroling around the Yard, followed by a cider/hot chocolate reception at Holden Chapel.
Sunday, December 3, 2017
4:30-6:00 PM – Meet at Holden Chapel to Carol around the Yard
6:00-7:00 PM – Cider/Hot Chocolate Reception at Holden Chapel
All RCS and HGC alumnae/i are invited to bring their families and join in the fun! register and see other attendees here.
The Harvard Choruses website now includes a schedule of this year’s concerts, as does the RCS website (here). Check out their page here for more information on the Rising Voices Festival, showcasing treble choirs and music for treble voices!
RCSers reconnect with old friends during the 2015 RCS Reunion Sing
Join the RCS Foundation and other Harvard Choruses alumni for the events below during Commencement and Reunion – hope to see you there!
RCS will be traveling in the Pacific Northwest from January 13 – 21, 2017 and stopping in Seattle, Tacoma, and Portland! It will be ten years since the choir last toured the region and they are excited to go back. RCS is looking forward to reconnecting with alumni and immersing themselves in the region’s choral tradition. Read on for the full schedule.
Concerts listed without specified location take place at Sanders Theatre, Harvard University
Join us in Cambridge for the following RCS performances and sings during the 2016 commencement and reunion weeks:
RCS Farewell to Cambridge Concert – to launch the RCS tour to Indonesia!
Saturday, May 21, 3 pm, Sanders Theatre
RCS-HGC Class Day Yard Concert
Wednesday, May 25, 8 pm, Tercentenary Theatre
RCS REUNION SING – Beverly Taylor conducting
Thursday, May 26, 4:30 pm, Holden Chapel
The RCS reunion sing will be held immediately following the Harvard Alumni Exercises in Harvard Yard. All are welcome to join us in singing some RCS favorites, friends and family included! No RSVP required.
Holden Reunion Sing – Jameson Marvin conducting
Saturday, May 28, 3 pm, Paine Hall
The Holden reunion sing will feature sing-throughs of the Fauré Requiem and Haydn Lord Nelson Mass. No RSVP required.
The Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society, and Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, with Grammy® Award-winning conductor and composer Craig Hella Johnson, present the East Coast premiere of Considering Matthew Shepard, a “fusion-oratorio” that tells the story of the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay University of Wyoming freshman.
Join RCSF Board members and alums at Grafton Street for a post-concert drink!
8pm | Saturday, April 2
Students $10 (SEF eligible) | General starting at $20
More about this piece on the HRCM website here – tickets available from the Harvard Box Office!