The Reston Chorale is a mixed-voice, auditioned chorus with a full repertoire that varies in style from classic rock to choral masterworks.
We hold auditions for all voice parts throughout the season. Our next auditions will take place on March 26 and April 2. Membership is open to both teens (generally age 16 and over) and adults of all ages. We strive to be an inclusive ensemble where all members feel welcomed, valued and respected.
If you enjoy singing, we invite you to audition to become part of The Reston Chorale. Visit our Audtions page for information about the audition process, including downloadable music, or email email@example.com to schedule an audition.
Now in his 12th season as the artistic director for The Reston Chorale, Lang also serves as director of music at Saint Dunstan's Episcopal Church in McLean and as keyboard artist for Washington Hebrew Congregation. In addition, he is a conductor with Encore Creativity for Older Adults.
Toronto native Jay Tuttle is passionate about choral music. He has been a section leader at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Georgetown, toured with Cathedra, performed as a founding member of His Majesty’s Men, a Chicago-based ensemble, and sung throughout the Washington, DC area.
Michael Langlois has made a multifaceted career collaborating with other musicians. As a choral pianist, he has served Kol Shirah (Reston, VA), Kolot HaLev (Chevy Chase, MD), the Indiana University Singing Hoosiers, and others.