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Who We Are


Based in Kennebunk, Maine, we are the Seaglass Chorale, a non-auditioned community chorus with over 50 singers. The Sea Tones is a smaller select group that sings a capella.


Do I have to audition?

No audition is required. All singers are welcome.

When do you rehearse?

Our first rehearsal and information session will be on January 11th, 2024. Our regular weekly rehearsals are Thursday evenings, 6:00-7:00 pm, with two seasons per year: September to early December for our holiday concerts, and January to April or May for our spring concerts. Extra Saturday morning rehearsals are scheduled as needed. We also have one or two dress rehearsals (usually at the concert venue) for each concert series. 

Where do you rehearse?

Our regular rehearsals are at St. David's Episcopal Church at138 York Street in Kennebunk, Maine.

When are your concerts?

Our typical concert schedule is two holiday concerts in early or mid-December and two or more concerts in the spring. We sometimes perform at other special events as well. Please visit our Events page to see our schedule of upcoming performances.

What are the financial commitments?

Membership dues are $85 per season. There is an additional charge for music, typically $20 to $30 per season. Concert attire is a tuxedo shirt and black pants for men and black and white for women. Scholarships are available for those who need them. Please ask!

Sing With Us!

Teri Barrow Memorial Fund


It is with sadness and deep respect and appreciation that we write to let you know that the Board of Directors has established a memorial fund in memory of Teri Barrow, a dearly loved member of Seaglass Chorale for over 25 years. Teri and Diane Ames had become very close friends, first meeting in a Mothers group in Sanford over 30 years ago and carpooling for ¼ century to Seaglass, Overtones, and Seatones rehearsals.

Teri first arrived with a love of music, but little to no vocal training, and unable to read music. She auditioned to sing in a Seaglass summer musical, but didn’t make the cut. Jean suggested Teri join Seaglass -- and she did! Teri was intrepid and had a good ear. The following year, with lots of hard work and through Jean’s tutelage, Teri learned to sing, breathe, and perform. The next year, Teri auditioned for another Seaglass summer musical and this time she did make the cut!

Whether a fellow singer or just a lover of good music, please join with us in honoring Teri’s memory by contributing, at Teri’s family’s wish, to the Seaglass Chorale. Use the adjacent donate button to securely donate to our 501(c)3 charitable organization.

Thank you for honoring Teri and for your support of our mission to promote and deliver the finest musical performances and the love and appreciation of music, as we continue in our 30th year!

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Seaglass Performing Arts is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law

Our Mission


Seaglass Performing Arts is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide music-based performance opportunities, enhance the artistic skills of non-professionals of all ages, provide high quality cultural enrichment to a broad-based audience, and participate in events for the benefit of other community organizations.

Donating to Seaglass

Support from the community is vital to the mission of Seaglass Performing Arts.  Your donations are much appreciated!



Seaglass Performing Arts is a 501(c)3 charitable organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

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