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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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Johnston County Chorale is for any adult in Johnston Co that loves to sing! We meet weekly Sept - May and prepare for 2 great shows! There is no audition necessary and we meet on Monday nights at First Baptist Church, Smithfield, NC. Our shows are held at The Clayton Center, Clayton, NC.
Our Christmas show this year is:"It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
A Blend of Secular and Sacred Christmas Favorites
Presented by The Johnston County Chorale and Special Guests
Saturday, December 16th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to be held at:
The Clayton Center
111 E 2nd Street
Clayton, NC 27520
Meredith College Community Chorus is a non-auditioned, mixed choral ensemble that sings quality literature comprised of known classics, overlooked masterpieces, and works by contemporary composers. Rehearsals are designed to encourage a well-rounded musician, with a focus on healthy vocal technique, strong aural skills, musical and text analysis, understanding of historical or contemporary context, and performing skills. Rehearsals are on Sundays from 3-5 PM in Jones Hall, room 121. Please contact Dr. Shannon Gravelle if you have any questions.
The North Carolina Summer Opera, the newest opera organization established in 2018, is proud to present its first production, Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot in semi-staged workshop with chorus in Durham and Raleigh in August 2018!
We plan to produce one opera each summer in the Research Triangle area.
The North Carolina Boys Choir educates and trains boys and young men in the art of performing the finest music in the choral tradition. Through musical training and choral experiences, the young men develop an appreciation of a wide range of choral literature. They gain self-confidence and poise, develop leadership and teamwork skills, and acquire self-discipline and self-respect. The choir has multiple levels: a Training Choir, a Concert Choir, Scholars and a Chamber Choir.
Founded as the Raleigh Oratorio Society, the North Carolina Master Chorale is committed to bringing the very finest in choral music performance to Raleigh and North Carolina audiences. Under the direction of Dr. Alfred E. Sturgis since 1993, the organization includes the large volunteer Chorale and a professional Chamber Choir of 22 singers.
North Carolina Opera is a new company formed from the merger of Opera Company of North Carolina and Capital Opera Raleigh. NCO will produce large, main-stage productions as well performances in a variety of venues across the Triangle. Audiences will hear singers of national and international renown, along with the finest talent from across the state. The new company will provide a nurturing environment for young singers, school-based performances, and listening and learning opportunities for all ages.
Northeast Piedmont Chorale performs in the northeast piedmont area of North Carolina, including Granville, Vance, Warren, Franklin and Wake counties. The Chorale presents a series of Christmas concerts and a series of spring concerts each year.
The Triangle area’s premier barbershop chorus since 1975, featuring men of all ages who love to sing four-part a cappella harmony, meet new friends and develop great relationships.
Oak City Voices is a new, women’s chorus in the Triangle area. We will be performing a richly varied repertoire from swing to folk, and from classical to contemporary. Our goal is to identify exemplary works, promote them, and embrace our love of music through song. Each concert series includes two performances at assisted living facilities free of charge, and a performance for the public, for which we charge admission. We also perform at community events as the members’ schedules allow.
The Oakwood Waits are Raleigh’s original Victorian-costumed professional caroling ensemble of 17 voices, featuring since 1984 a multifaceted repertoire of carols, holiday favorites and non-seasonal vocal music for any occasion. Available for hire for private and public events, the Waits present an annual benefit concert in December, and can be seen free-of-charge in Raleigh’s Historic Oakwood neighborhood at various times during the holiday season.