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The TriangleSings chorus directory is where you will find active choral groups that regularly hold auditions or otherwise invite participation by the community at large. While invitation-only or professional smaller ensembles are not listed in this directory, their events may be found on our events calendar, audition calendar, or blog.
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United Voices of Praise sings traditional and contemporary African-American gospel music with joy and spirituality that transcends differences among people. The group grew out of a 1995 Christmas performance by United Church of Chapel Hill’s gospel choir and the choir of Fisher Memorial Holy Church in Durham. All singers are welcome, regardless of affiliation. In addition to monthly services at both churches, United Voices sings at community events and has toured Europe.
The Chancel Choir of United Church of Chapel Hill sings most Sundays during the school year, usually at the 11:00 service. They also sing for Christmas Lessons and Carols and other special services in the church year. Membership is open to all regardless of religious affiliation (or lack thereof!).
Triangle Youth Music Chorus offers a solid musical experience, promoting integrated vocal, intellectual, physical, spiritual and emotional development from a Christian perspective. TYMC is for younger singers, using unison and beginning part music; the Advanced Chorale, Cantique, supports TYMC and also works on three- and four-part music. The groups merge to offer concerts each semester, and to sing the National Anthem at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. TYMC welcomes all voices (changed, changing or unchanged), grades 3-12.
Singing in Yiddish, Hebrew, Ladino, Russian and English, songs of Jewish people through the ages. The repertoire includes a wide range of traditional/folk and composed music, some secular and some religious. The group is composed of members from all over the Triangle, from students to retirees.
The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus (TGMC) is a nonprofit performing arts organization that seeks to offer quality men’s choral music that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. We recognize the power of music to communicate important truths about common human conditions and the value of all people.
TGMC is committed to fostering an environment of professionalism, respect, pride and unity. Members are welcome regardless of orientation.
The Triad Pride Women’s Chorus is an ensemble of lesbian women and their allies who sing music which affirm the dignity in all people. The mission of the chorus is to entertain, enlighten, and enrich the Triad Piedmont communities with high quality performances which celebrate diversity and advance LGBTQ issues.
Triad Pride Men’s Chorus performs choral music to entertain, to enlighten and to enrich while promoting equality and social justice for all people regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity…fostering pride, understanding and acceptance.
Men’s a cappella ensemble singing primarily barbershop style music. A dynamic show chorus, THE is known for performing scripted two-hour shows based on themes such as Las Vegas, 1940’s Radio Shows and Westerns. Additionally, they compete twice a year in district competitions, always finishing near the top.
The award-winning TRCC welcomes young people from grades 3-12 with unchanged (Treble ) voices, a good musical ear, good tone and range. Music reading skills are needed in the 2 upper groups. We all sing some songs together in every concert, but are divided for most rehearsals into 3 groupings: Cantare (grades 3-6), Concert Chorus (grades 7-12) and Ensemble (grades 9-12). Rehearsals are on Thursdays during the school year. We sing locally and perform at Choral Festivals on the East Coast. Auditions are during the summer. We have been thriving for 25 years as part of the Tar River Orchestra and Chorus.
Focus is on singing quality, inspirational music, primarily SATB, accompanied by a variety of instruments including organ, piano and orchestra. The Chancel Choir leads worship from the choir loft most Sundays and also enjoys community outreach performances and projects. Singers who are not members of the church are welcome.