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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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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.
The Choir of Saint Michael’s sings a broad range of music from the Renaissance to the finest choral works of modern composers, with a special emphasis on music from the English cathedral tradition. The choir requires singers with excellent music reading skills, and a voice that blends well with others. The choir sings a liturgy each Sunday, as well as Choral Evensong and concerts.
Founded in 1949, the Choral Society of Durham regularly performs with professional orchestra and regionally and nationally known soloists. The group also engages in outreach to music students in area public schools. The 30-voice Chamber Choir, often featured in portions of Choral Society concerts, presents its own programs in the community.
Organized in 1983, the Choral Society of Greensboro is open without audition to anyone in the community. Three to four concerts are scheduled during the regular season, along with additional performances at civic gatherings. CSG is sponsored by the Music Center, City Arts of the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department and is a member of Chorus America.
The Common Woman Chorus unites a choral community of richly diverse voices to nurture high quality musicianship and to be a beacon for justice, equality, and love through the healing power of music. The chorus performs two concerts per year and other outreach performances in the community. We also attend Sister Singers Network festivals and GALA Choruses festivals which are hosted in different cities in the U.S.
The Chapel Choir is the resident choir for Sunday services at Duke Chapel. In addition to providing weekly sacred choral music, the Choir performs two concerts each year, including Handel’s “Messiah,” and has made concert tours in China, Poland, the Czech Republic, England and the U.S.
The Duke Vespers Ensemble is a select chamber ensemble specializing in Early (Renaissance & Baroque) and 20th-century music. The ensemble leads the musical portion of Choral Vespers, a 40-minute candlelight worship service in Duke University Chapel every Thursday at 6:00 pm during the academic year. The ensemble sings at other special services and presents several concerts each year, both at Duke and elsewhere in the Triangle community. For more information, visit https://chapel.duke.edu/worship/music/vespers-ensemble
Choral Evensong represents one of the finest traditions of singing sacred choral music. The Duke Evensong Singers prepare 7-10 new pieces of music each week for this service and work in a fast-paced rehearsal environment. The Sunday afternoon service itself lasts about 45 minutes and is mostly sung by the choir. Music is drawn primarily from the great body of music written for English cathedrals and collegiate chapels.
The Durham Children’s Choir is a diverse chorus, representing all the many ethnic and racial groups in the Durham area. Founded in 2004, it is open by audition to all children. Beginning with the 2011-2012 season, the Durham Children’s Cantare Choir serves as a training choir for younger singers (3rd-6th graders), to prepare them for the DCC, which is open to 4th-9th graders.