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.
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 Greensboro Community Women's Chorus is a non-auditioned outreach vocal ensemble open to any female in the Greensboro area. Focused on providing music to those who may not be able to regularly attend concerts, the Greensboro Community Women's Chorus performs at local nursing and assisted living facilities, hospitals, and religious venues. The fall/holiday season runs October-December with weekly performances in December, and the spring season runs February-May with weekly performances in April and May. The Greensboro Community Women’s Chorus sings a wide variety of music including sacred, folk, and show tunes.
The Greensboro Community Chorus rehearses weekly on Tuesday mornings at 10:30am in the choir room of Christ UMC in Greensboro.
The mission of The Greensboro Tarheel Chapter is to provide wholesome and quality musical entertainment for patrons of all ages, to encourage, promote and teach the barbershop art form among local youth and choral groups, to be good citizens involved in community outreach , and to provide a venue for interested singers to come together in fellowship and harmony.