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Summer Sing - Brahms “Requiem”
Summer Sing - Brahms “Requiem”
Aug 19, 2024, 7:30 PM
Congregation B’nai Shalom

Who are the Chambersingers? 

The Assabet Valley Chambersingers, a subset of the Assabet Valley Mastersingers, is a small ensemble that specializes in a diverse repertoire. They perform unaccompanied madrigals, motets, Broadway show tunes, and vocal Jazz standards from various eras.

Established in 1989 as a community outreach initiative in the greater Worcester area by Dr. Robert Eaton, the Chambersingers bring entertainment to a wide range of audiences. They frequently perform at notable venues like Tower Hill Botanic Gardens, Notre Dame Du Lac, Friends of the Marlborough Library, and First Night Worcester. Additionally, they have participated in charitable events in Shrewsbury, Northborough, Westborough, and have brought their music to Assisted Living Communities throughout the region.

Their programs are thoughtfully crafted and adapted to suit each occasion. From a selection of traditional choral pieces for Christmas programs to themes tailored to specific events, the Chambersingers deliver a memorable musical experience. Download the Chambersingers Brochure here.

Sample Concert


  • How Can I Keep from Singing?

  • O Magnum Mysterium

  • Hey Ho, the Wind and the Rain

  • Ain’-a That Good News

  • Wanting Memories

  • Yesterday

  • New York State of Mind

  • Sentimental Journey

  • Java Jive

  • And So It Goes

How can you book us? 

Fees for performances range from $200 – $500, and are negotiable upon the type of performance. (Funding is often available through Local Arts Lottery Councils or private foundations.)


We look forward to scheduling your event for one of our future performances. To get started or for further information, please contact our event coordinator: Tom Ukena (508-393-7197 or email).

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