Wescustago Singers is an SATB choir. Inclusion of the maturing female voice, alto and soprano, and the male changed voice, tenor and bass expands the palette of choral experience to include standards in the SATB repertoire. These singers will advance their choral skills through a continued ear training and sight singing program. They will perform a diverse repertoire including a capella and accompanied works in various styles. Wescustago Singers rehearse weekly at Mast Landing School in Freeport on Mondays from 6:30-8:30pm. One extended Saturday rehearsal per semester will be scheduled. This choir begins its season with a weekend retreat for group building and choral training. Previous choral experience is required.
About the Conductor
Mrs. Mahaffey comes to us with a wonderful variety of choral and teaching experience. In addition to the Wecustago Singers, she co-directs the Teen Band at St. Charles Borromeo in Brunswick. Mrs. Mahaffey has taught music at Bowdoin College, St. John’s Catholic School, and St. Dominic Academy. She has also been an active singer and section leader of the Choral Art Society, Bowdoin Chorus, and Rachmaninoff Festival Choir, where she has had the honor of serving as an occasional conductor and soloist. Mrs. Mahaffey holds an Master of Music degree in choral conducting from the University of Southern Maine and a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Forestry from Yale University. When not leading singers in song, she can be found promoting forest stewardship as the Northeast Region Director of the Forest Guild. Mrs. Mahaffey’s diverse interests give her a well-rounded approach to music making and teaching.