An achievement-based vocal and music training program of the highest calibre, with three groups for girls ages of nine through 18. CCGC comprises three ensembles: Chorus, the training choir; Chorale, for the intermediate level; the Cantabile Singers, for advanced eighth-graders and high school singers.
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.
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.
The Chancel Choir of Edenton Street United Methodist Church is committed to singing the very finest in sacred choral literature. In addition to leading in Sunday worship services, the choir also performs major works and concerts throughout the year.