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Treblemakers Chorus Basic Page

The Treblemakers, a regional non-audition adult community chorus is based at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA), under the direction of Dr. Richard Romiti. It is part of Enter Stage Left Theater, the resident theater company of the HCA.
 

Want to join the Treblemakers?

Singers of all levels are invited to join this adult (ages 18 and up) choral ensemble. Residents of Hopkinton and surrounding MetroWest towns are invited to join. No audition is necessary -- just the ability to carry a tune and a love of singing.

Check out Treblemakers on Facebook: Facebook Group: Treblemakers

 

 

Treblemakers 2019 Spring Concert:
 

TRIBUTE TO AMERICA

Join ESL's adult community chorus the Treblemakers, for their Tribute to America spring concert! You'll enjoy songs such as “What A Wonderful World”, “The Star Spangled Banner”, “God Bless the USA” and a medley of songs honoring our armed forces. Light refreshments will be served after the concert.

Wednesday, May 1 at 7:30 PM
Adults: $15 | Students and Seniors $10
(Children under 5 are FREE)
To purchase tickets:
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Dr. Richard Romiti
Treblemakers Director

Richard Romiti earned Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Boston University’s College of Music and a Doctor of Music degree (in music theory and composition) from the University of Toronto. He has received grants, awards and fellowships in music composition from organizations that include the National Endowment for the Arts/American Music Center, Eastman School of Music (Eastman-Hanson Composition Prize), Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (two grants in composition), the University of Toronto and the Pittsburgh Flute Club.

He has musical works published by Southern Music Co. and Oregon Catholic Press.He served as Director of Music at St. John the Evangelist Church (Hopkinton, MA) from 1991-2015 and has taught music at many levels and at several schools and colleges, including Providence College, Rhode Island College, the University of Rhode Island and the University of Toronto. He has also served as Artist-in-Residence with the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, teaching music theory and composition at No. Smithfield (RI) High School. He has been a piano instructor at HCA/ESL Theater and director of the Treblemakers vocal ensemble since 2009.