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MUSIC

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STUDENT MASS CHOIR

The Student Mass Choir provides music for the 5pm Student Mass each Sunday of the academic term.  Any university student who would like to sing is invited to show up to the choir loft at 4:30pm.  Have another musical talent to share?  Please reach out to Music Director, William Endicott.

 

(Non-students are encouraged to join the Parish Choir, which provides music for the 9:30am Mass each Sunday.  See the St. Paul's Parish music site for more information.)

HARVARD CATHOLIC SCHOLA AT ST. PAUL'S

AN UNPARALLELED OPPORTUNITY FOR MUSICAL ENRICHMENT AND LITURGICAL FORMATION

 

The Harvard Catholic Schola is an audition-based choir that sings advanced repertoire, in addition to supporting the Sunday 5pm Student Mass choir. The Schola builds off the world-class music program at St. Paul’s Parish and the internationally renowned St. Paul’s Choir School, both of which have drawn worshippers from all over the greater Cambridge-Boston area to hear soaring melodies of Gregorian Chant, polyphony, and traditional hymnody.

 

Rehearsals take place each Sunday starting at 3:30pm. We welcome both undergraduate and graduate students from Harvard and surrounding universities to audition. To schedule an audition or receive more information, please contact the Schola's Music Director, William Endicott.

MEET MUSIC DIRECTOR, MR. WILLIAM ENDICOTT

William Endicott is an active organist, singer, conductor, and composer who hails from Malden, MA. William is a graduate of the St. Paul’s Choir School, and went on to earn a BA with an emphasis in vocal performance from Saint Anselm College. He earned an MM in Choral Conducting from the University of Southern Mississippi and an MM in Sacred Music–Organ from East Carolina University. He also holds the Associate certification from the American Guild of Organists. William is the full-time Director of Music and Organist at Holy Name Parish in West Roxbury.

wendicott@harvardcatholic.org

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