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Do you have a love for Greek music?

Do you find yourself often singing along your favorite Greek songs?

Do you enjoy singing in a choir?

Would you like to be a member of the Greek Music Community?

Would you like to participate in rehearsals, concerts, recording sessions, and youtube releases?

 If you answered yes to at least one of the above questions, the Greek Chorale Boston maybe be a good fit for you. You do not need to have prior experience as a solo singer or choir member. Our rehearsals follow a hybrid model that includes both in-person and virtual. The choir is open to Greeks and non-Greeks who share a passion for Greek music, language, culture, and who love to sing. It is not necessary to be fluent in Greek. Panayota has been leading the group since January 2019.


we are currently looking for new members

all voices ~


Everyone’s voice is unique.

We learn from each other.

We are part of a strong community.

Greek culture connects us.


Community, Curiosity & Learning, Compassion, Friendship, Fun, and LOVE 

For what we DO and who we R


Chorister Ioannis Baltopoulos describes in his own words his experience with the

Greek Chorale Boston. Ioannis joined the Chorale in Spring 2021.

"My main motivation for joining Panayota's Greek Chorale Boston was to maintain a connection to Greece and the local community while working on my vocal technique with an experienced coach and having fun with like-minded individuals. 


The choir's repertoire is wide and exposes members to a variety of songs and genres broadening our knowledge of Greek music;  the choir works on several songs at a time ranging from traditional and folk songs to more art songs by famous composers such as Mikis Theorodrakis.


Panayota is an accomplished musician and vocalist who creates beautiful original arrangements for the choir. She is flexible to adjust her teaching style for each song depending on its complexity and works with individual members of the group to address any personal needs. For example, non-native speakers might focus on pronunciation, breathing, and rhythm while more advanced singers work on expression and dynamics. For the more musically inclined members of the group, Panayota provides sheet music for her arrangements while for others she prepares audio clips and backing tracks so that individuals can practice on their own. The pandemic gave her the opportunity to experiment with alternative ways to work with the group over video-conferencing where individuals produced recordings of their parts on a regular basis or performed on camera and Panayota provided personalized feedback which naturally benefited the group as a whole.


All the work Panayota and the choir do comes together in several studio recordings and live performances throughout the year which are highly anticipated events for all choristers and their families."

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