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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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100 Men in Black, Inc., is an all-male, independent, community-based ensemble with open membership to all within the Triangle and surrounding areas. The group is comprised of males representative of all age groups, ethnicities and walks of life…who love to sing and share the “good news of the gospel” through music.
The Alamance Chorale was organized in 1974 to give area vocalists an opportunity to present quality music, both sacred and secular, to the local community. A volunteer organization, the Chorale is a member of the Alamance County Arts Council and is open to any adult or high school student interested in choral singing.
The Bel Canto Company is a professional choral ensemble that promotes the understanding and appreciation of a broad range of choral music through performances of the highest caliber. The group performs a series of three season concerts each year. Bel Canto has appeared throughout the Southeast and has been featured on National Public Radio’s Performance Today and The First Art.
The Burlington Boys Choir is an SATB ensemble consisting of auditioned boys, ages 8-12, from Alamance County. The mission of the choir is to maintain a living choral tradition in Alamance and to promote self-esteem and discipline among its members.
An achievement-based vocal and music training program of the highest calibre, with three groups for treble singers ages nine through 18. CCGC comprises three ensembles: Chorus, the training choir for beginning singers; Chorale, the intermediate ensemble; and Cantabile Singers, for advanced singers and high school students.
The Cardinal Singers is an SSA ensemble sponsored by the City of Raleigh’s Parks and Recreation Department. Winner the 2008 Fred Fletcher Award of Excellence in Volunteering, the group has been performing for almost 30 years. The Cardinals sing for a variety of occasions and groups, including civic organizations and retirement communities.
First chartered in 1978, Carolina Harmony Chorus is a women’s a cappella ensemble based in Raleigh. The award-winning group is part of Sweet Adelines International, a nonprofit organization of women who sing music primarily in the barbershop style. Carolina Harmony members come from a wide range of backgrounds, including from other countries; their ages range from the mid-20s through the mid-70s.
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.