Andover Choral Society Announces Free Virtual Concert Featuring Performances by Merrimack Valley Arts Organizations

[Andover, MA] On Sunday, May 2, at 3:00 p.m., Andover Choral Society will premiere Voices Diverse and Beautiful – Music of the Merrimack Valley, a virtual concert showcasing the richness and diversity of the vibrant arts community in the Merrimack Valley. The concert will feature 11 performing arts organizations and will be broadcast free of charge on Andover Choral Society’s YouTube channel.

Voices Diverse and Beautiful

Following the premiere, the concert will be available for viewing on the chorus’s website,, and will air on local cable stations in Andover, North Andover, Lawrence, Haverhill, and Derry, New Hampshire. The chorus will perform several much-loved American songs, including How Can I Keep From Singing? and You’ll Never Walk Alone.

Virtual Concert Participants Include

  • Andover Choral Society
  • Acting Out
  • Free Christian Church
  • Merrimack Valley Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Mistral Music
  • New England Classical Singers
  • Spotlight Playhouse
  • Synai Ministries
  • Temple Emanu-El of Haverhill
  • Third Baptist Church of Lawrence
  • Voices of Hope
  • Zograf String Quartet

About Andover Choral Society

Andover Choral Society is dedicated to presenting exceptional performances, connecting to the larger community, and fostering an appreciation of choral music. Founded in 1929, the chorus performs two concerts per year, with a repertoire that focuses on fine choral and choral-orchestral works from the Baroque era through the present day. Since 1929, membership has been open to anyone with a love for great choral music and a desire to share that love with others. During the pandemic, Andover Choral Society has been providing virtual music to the Merrimack Valley in the form of a virtual holiday concert, emailed “Moments of Music,” concert broadcasts on local cable channels, and distribution of concert DVDs to senior congregate living facilities. Visit for more information.

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