The Concert Singers of Cary is a community-based symphonic chorus dedicated to performance of outstanding vocal music from all traditions. CSC also has chamber ensemble and professional choir levels.
Volunteer chorus formed of interested area singers to perform Handel’s Messiah each December, accompanied by orchestra and featuring professional soloists.
Cary Youth Voices is a non-profit, educational choral program that provides young participants with the skills and experiences for life-long music making. Three choirs are offered: the Prep Choir (Grades 2-3), The Treble Choir (Grades 4-8), and the all-female Concert Choir (Grades 6-12).
Led by Roberta Thomason, this organization strives to be as inclusive as possible, bringing children and families together to learn and experience the joys of music. Ms. Thomason has over 30 years experience as a music educator and choral director, enriching the lives of children at both the elementary and secondary levels.
Cary-Apex Youth Choir is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing an excellent choral music education to boys and girls in grades 3-8. The choir rehearses weekly on Thursday evenings during the traditional school year and performs at least 1 concert per semester.
A nonprofit community-service-oriented show choir. The purpose is to delight others with short performances comprised of song and dance. The ensemble usually presents two concerts per year and performs at retirement homes, community events, women’s correctional center and benefits for causes the Encore Singers wish to support. Membership requirements are “enthusiasm and love of singing.”