Six Degree Singers ( is a vibrant community choir dedicated to community outreach through engaging, high-quality and accessible choral music. SDS produces choral concerts, commissions original works and participates in community events, such as live performances, festivals and arts outreach and education.

Serves: Montgomery County

What a donation buys:

•    $250 covers the cost of commissioning an original choral piece from an up-and-coming composer or hiring a talented guest musician for an SDS event.

•    $1,000 pays for the rights and reproductions of music for one concert series.

•    $10,000 provides one year of Six Degree Singers’ operational and administrative costs, such as renting performance and rehearsal space, maintaining a website and online store, and transportation.

Volunteer opportunities:

•    One day: Join the concert/event staff as an usher, greeter or stagehand.

•    Monthly or longer-term: Join the planning committees and help organize community events and concerts, secure funding or design music programming and education.

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