et al.

et al.

and others

formerly The Brookline Consort

About.

et al. is comprised of professional musicians that are committed to telling stories through diverse, thoughtful programming performed at the highest level. Through the curation of engaging musical experiences, we create spaces for conversation between artists and audiences. We believe that the collaborative nature of choral music is transformative, and that our listeners become creative partners in building community in Brookline and beyond.

​Founded in 2016 as The Brookline Consort, et al. is an 8-16 vocal chamber choir of music professionals dedicated to the performance of fine choral music in a chamber setting.​

Soprano Alto Tenor Bass
Heidi Freimanis Cordts Cody Bowers ​Brad Dumont Stephan Griffin
Sarah Rohde ​Caroline Olsen​ Michael Genese​ Kevin Neel​
Carey Shunskis ​Celia Russo Robbie Jacobs Justin Parish
Meg Weckworth ​Mariah Wilson Connor Vigeant ​Michael Wade
​Allie Whitfield ​Lea Peterson Sydney Mukasa ​Joshua Rohde
Hailey Fuqua Jason Dyer
Soprano Alto
Heidi Freimanis Cordts Cody Bowers
Sarah Rohde ​Caroline Olsen​
Carey Shunskis ​Celia Russo
Meg Weckworth ​Mariah Wilson
​Allie Whitfield ​Lea Peterson
Hailey Fuqua

Tenor Bass
​Brad Dumont Stephan Griffin
Michael Genese​ Kevin Neel​
Robbie Jacobs Justin Parish
Connor Vigeant ​Michael Wade
Sydney Mukasa ​Joshua Rohde
Jason Dyer

Kevin Neel

Kevin Neel, Master of Fonts and bass, enjoys making music in the Boston area as an organist, conductor, accompanist, singer, and administrator. He is Organist for Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston, and Executive Director of Coro Allegro. Originally from the Charlotte, NC area, he earned music degrees at Indiana University and Boston University.


Carey Shunskis

Carey Shunskis, Master of all notes high (i.e. soprano), is the newly appointed Music Director of ComMUSICation in St. Paul, Minnesota. Carey is originally from Philadelphia and while in Boston was the Director of Choral Programs at the New England Conservatory Preparatory School, Music Director of Harvard pro Musica. She currently sings with he Handel and Haydn Society Chorus and earned degrees at University of Rhode Island and Boston University.


Current Season

Check back later in August to see our full 2019-2020 season!

Thank you for a wonderful season 3! Highlights included Quirks & Oddities featuring the world premiere of Missa Brevis Brevis by Marc Hoffeditz, Fireside Carols in Melrose, Brookline and Salem, Sacred Service featuring Ian Pomerantz, bass-baritone and Summer Garden Soirée in Salem!

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