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The Symphonic and Chamber Choirs are joined by brass, percussion, Susan Lohr at the piano, and Stephen Aber at the organ to ring in the season with our annual holiday concert.
The Triangle Youth Philharmonic, Maestro David Glover, and local high school choirs will bring you the joy of the season in music! This year’s TYP Holiday Concert will be extra special with the addition of[...]
No Christmas season is complete without your family experiencing The Raleigh Boychoir’s shining “Carols of Christmas.” This performances features all the choirs of the RBC including: Performing Choir Resident Choir Training Choir Young Men’s Ensemble[...]
Spring auditions will be held Mon Jan 6, 2020 (7:30-9:30pm, Cary Arts Center, Marcus Dry room). Register online: https://concertsingers.org/membership/auditions/ Audition Details: We’ll work with you to schedule a specific 10-minute audition. Your audition is private with[...]
Women’s Voices Chorus Winter concert takes its title from Gwen Hall’s composition, “I Sing that My Voice May Be Heard.” Hall’s song captures the grace of the heroic girls who inspired it and expresses the[...]
John Rutter’s music has been a significant part of the world’s choral music for decades, charming the listener with its simple elegance and endearing charm. Few, if any, contemporary composers have written so many choral[...]
Concert Singers joins Hum Sub, Cary’s Indian-American cultural arts association, in the their annual spring celebration of Basant Bahar.
The Tallis Scholars are undoubtedly the elder statesmen among Renaissance sacred music choirs throughout the world. Founded in 1973, the ensemble’s name is synonymous with early music excellence, which is why The Washington Post calls its performances of the[...]
Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem & Britten Ballad of Heroes Choral Society of Durham Spring Concert 2020
Vaughan Williams’ haunting and dramatic cantata “Dona nobis pacem” is an impassioned and eloquent plea for peace, written in 1936 as horrific memories of World War I were being echoed in the growing fears of[...]
We conclude our regular season performances in the Triangle with one of Mozart’s most famous works for choir and orchestra. The first half of the concert will be an interactive discussion of the music, with[...]
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