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.
Schola Cantorum provides musical leadership for the Sunday 11:15 AM masses at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, singing a diverse repertoire ranging from traditional hymns to modern songs.
Sisters’ Voices is a choral community of girls (grades 2-8), where each member is known and supported while being challenged to grow as a musician and as a person. Sisters’ Voices intends to open singers to a wide variety of musical styles, encourage development of musicianship, and provide a cooperative atmosphere where girls develop a sense of confidence and competence while creating close friendships and having fun together.
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.
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!).