Chaminade Music Club
Bringing great music to the community since 1912
About Us
The Chaminade Music Club of Attleboro, named after Cécile Chaminade, was founded in 1912. That same year, she sent to the Club a dedicated copy of her Melodies, acknowledging the honor.

In 1908, Cécile Chaminade appeared in the United States, at Boston's Symphony Hall, in a program of her piano and songs. We have that program, probably attended by a future Club founder, either Mrs. Marion Eccleston (first president, 1912), Mrs. Edna Briggs (president, 1912-1913), or Mrs. Kathleen Rounseville (president 1913-1914).


Cecile Chaminade
(1857-1944)

French pianist and composer of piano pieces, songs, and chamber music

2016-2017 Officers

President

    Ann Sears

Vice President
    
Mary Whelan

Auditor
   Gary Thies

Scholarship Chairperson
  Nathan Johnson

Treasurer and Webmaster
    
Laura Ouellette

Secretary
    Beatrice Ruiz

 Our Members

PERFORMING MEMBERS

Soprano                                                 

Linda D. Barbieri                                   
Catherine Giannetti
Kendra Kenney                                      
Joanne Mouradjian                                  
Laura E. Ouellette
Janice Quigley
Sara Michale Smith                         

Mezzo-Soprano                
Rigmor Clark
Sandra Evans
Anna McReynolds
Janice Quigley
                             
        
     
                       
Baritone
David B. Powers
Gary Thies
           
Flute
John R. Curran, Jr.
Maxine Johnson

Organ  
David Burnham
Anna McReynolds
Jim Moore
Janice Waterman
Mary Whelan
      
Piano
Paula J. Bishop
Margaret Clark
Nathan Johnson           
Jim Moore
Beatrice Ruiz
Tanya Schwartzman
Ann Sears
Janice Waterman
       
Viola da Gamba
Zarina Irkaeva

Violin
Rigmor Clark
Jorge Gardos
           

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

Mildred Bauer
Richard L. Bonin
Mary Divver
Deborah Gildea
Suzanne Houghton
Louise A. Jones
Donald O. Ouellette
Carolyn A. Smith
Max & Marion Volterra

HONORARY MEMBERS
Jean Piggott