Through the power of choral performances, Heart of the Triad Choral Society embraces and encourages a welcoming environment built on diverse programming, networking, and outreach.
Heart of the Triad Choral Society is a community choir made up of singers from all over the Piedmont Triad. The choir rehearses each Thursday from 7-9:00pm at Main Street United Methodist Church. 306 S Main St., Kernersville, NC 27284
The choir presents concerts and performs for various events throughout the year.
Piedmont Chamber Singers is a volunteer ensemble with up to 32 members, which has existed for over 30 years in Winston-Salem. PCS presents five concerts each season, plus other special appearances, in Winston-Salem and elsewhere in the region. Concert repertoire ranges from a cappella to fully orchestrated, including music from perennial favorites by Bach, Handel, Mozart and Haydn, to modern masters such as Britten, Copland and Poulenc, to Winston-Salem’s own resident composers, Dan Locklair, Kenneth Frazelle, William Stevens, Margaret Sandresky and Doug Borwick.
Piedmont Opera produces the highest quality opera productions possible by using international, national, regional and local professional singers and technicians. Piedmont Opera currently attracts patrons from 16 states and communities throughout the Piedmont, Upstate, and Virginia. Since 1978, Piedmont Opera has performed over 48 different productions to an audience of over 150,000 people. In addition to two regularly scheduled productions each year, Piedmont Opera also conducts a wide variety of educational and outreach programs.
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.
WSGC is an auditioned, graded, choral program whose members reside in Winston-Salem and the Piedmont Triad. Our mission is to offer a joyful and empowering experience for girls and young women through vocal music education and artistic excellence in choral music performance. “Empowering girls through song,” the choir program has three levels for ages 8 to 18: Upbeat!, grades 2-4; Lyrica, grades 4-7; Encore, 8th grade and up. Singers do not need prior formal training to begin in Winston-Salem Girls Chorus.