Market Street Music Creates a Resource for the Choral Community

Market Street Music IN Wilmington
With support from the Laffey-McHugh Foundation, Market Street Music is launching a new service to benefit its northern Delaware community and church choirs. 
Area choirs will have free access to the almost 1,000 titles in MSM’s choral music library. Titles include sacred anthems, secular choral music and large works (sacred and secular) with orchestra parts, including expensive and hard-to-find items — from unison music to multi-part scores.
Interested groups can email MSM Music Director David Schelat to arrange for borrowing. All scores will be available in the office of First & Central Church.
Lost or severely damaged copies will be charged as: $3.00/octavo copy; $15.00/large work copy. This fine is payable within 30 days. Late return fine is $.25/day.
Check out the Music Lending list for complete details and send an email about what you want to borrow!
P.S. Mastersingers of Wilmington is holding auditions for new community-based amateur singers to join this outstanding ensemble. Information about these auditions may be found at The audition consists of prepared music (found at our website), vocalizing and sight singing. Audition dates are on the website as well.
This post appears courtesy of Delaware Arts INfo Blog