Don’t Miss Our November Concerts!

Sonic Boom – Music for a Live Room

Sunday, November 9, 2014 at 3:00 PM
Matthews House
317 West Chatham Street, Cary

The Concert Singers of Cary Chamber Choir usher in our new series titled “Through the Artists Eye” at the Matthews House in Cary. Experience an afternoon of lush and lovely sounds as we sing music that is unplugged and designed for a live acoustic. We invite you to meet the performers and join them for a buffet of wine, cheese and fruit.

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Time and Space

Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 7:30 PM
Guest Artists – The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle

The Cary Arts Center

The Concert Singers of Cary Symphonic Choir and The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle present an evening of mythical places, exploration, improvisation, and ancient spirituality from India.

The program features music by English composers Gustav Holst and Ralph Vaughan Williams, American composer William Grant Still, and the larger than life Ludwig van Beethoven. Pianist Allen Bailey will enlighten and inspire as piano soloist on what many believe was Beethoven’s “prequel” to his Ninth Symphony.

Beethoven – Choral Fantasy, Allen Bailey, soloist
William Grant Still – From a Lost Continent
Vaughan Williams – Toward the Unknown Region,
Holst – Choral Hymns from the Rigveda (Group 3)

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    …And the rest of our 2014-2015 Season

    Holiday Pops
    Saturday, December 13, 2014 at 1:00 PM
    Sunday, December 14, 2014 at 3:00 PM
    Guest Artists – The Moonlighter’s Orchestra

    The Cary Arts Center
    Usher in the Holidays with the songs of the season as we hearken back to the days of Doc Severinsen and the Tonight Show Band. The Concert Singers of Cary Symphonic Choir welcomes the 20 piece Moonlighters Orchestra who will inspire us with Holiday songs both new and old.

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    Dec. 13 performance
    Dec. 14 performance


    Handel’s Messiah – Christmas section
    Saturday, December 20, 2014 at 7:30 PM
    Guest Artists – The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle

    Halle Cultural Arts Center, Apex
    Celebrate the Christmas Season by experiencing an intimate performance of Part 1 of Handel’s Messiah in a setting not unlike where Handel gave the first performance in Dublin in 1742. Written for small chorus and orchestra, the Messiah of Handel’s era bears little resemblance to most modern performances featuring large forces. This performance will feature 30 voices and 10 instrumentalists.

    General Admission tickets are $25.00 and may be purchased at etix.com, the Halle Cultural Arts Center Box Office (237 N. Salem St.,Downtown Apex) or by calling 919-249-1120.


    Masterpieces of Religious Poetry
    Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 3:00 PM
    With the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
    Lorenzo Muti, conducting

    The Carolina Theater, Durham

    Join us for a performance of music by two giants of the Baroque period. The Bach Magnificat in D will be performed by the 70 voice Concert Singers of Cary Chorale along with The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle. The original version included several additional Christmas texts inserted at various points in the piece. Some years later he revised it, removing the Christmas interpolations to make the piece suitable for use throughout the year. The Symphonic Choir women will present the Pergolesi Stabat Mater, written for two part women’s chorus and soloists.

    Bach – Magnificat in D
    Pergolesi -Stabat Mater

    Tickets can be purchased at The Carolina Theatre Box Office in person from 11:00 – 6:00 M-F, or by phone at 560-3030. They may also be purchased online at ticketmaster.com.


    World Music 4.0
    Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 7:30 PM
    Guest Artists – Ed Stephenson and the Paco Band

    The Cary Arts Center

    Join The Concert Singers of Cary Symphonic Choir, and guitarist Ed Stephenson and The Paco Bandor for the fourth installment of our World Music Series. Paco Band is a Spanish music and Nuevo flamenco ensemble, performing original compositions and music by well known artists.

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    Peer Gynt by Edvard Grieg
    Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 3:00 PM
    With the Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle
    Lorenzo Muti, conducting

    The Carolina Theater, Durham
    Join The Concert Singers of Cary for a cameo appearance in Edward Grieg’s Peer Gynt, as part of The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle’s program “Music and the Bizarre”.

    Peer Gynt, the title character, is a man in search of himself. His problem is that he misunderstands “self-realization” and seeks fulfillment in his poetic dreams because he fears life and love. In order to show the full range of his negative development, Henrik Ibsen shows Peer first as a feckless young man of twenty, then as a middle-aged tycoon, and finally as a broken old man returning to his native Norway.

    Tickets can be purchased at The Carolina Theatre Box Office in person from 11:00am–6:00pm M-F, or by phone at 560-3030. They may also be purchased online at ticketmaster.com.

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