The Concert Singers of Cary

Voices Heard Throughout the Triangle

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Who We Are

The Concert Singers of Cary seeks to enrich the community and support the performing arts through outstanding choral music. Our auditioned choirs of over 100 voices offer musical performances featuring varied genres and creative collaborations with local and national musicians.

For over 25 years, we have offered programs designed to elevate, provoke and entertain our audiences, and to promote musical growth within our membership.

Upcoming Events

May 5, 2019 @3:00PM

Masks and Fairytales

We join The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle to perform Debussy’s The Blessed Damsel and Mendelssohn’s ravishing Psalm 42.

Latest from our Blog

Learn more about the music in our upcoming performances and special events, and get a “behind the scenes” look at CSC and our members. Read our blog.

“Sing, Sing, Sing” with Cary Youth Voices

We're pleased to be guest artists at an April 5 performance by Cary Youth Voices, which give boys and girls across the Triangle opportunities to learn and perform as part of a professionally trained chorus. The original Cary Youth Voices was launched under the...

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The 2nd Annual Big Sing Extravaganza!

Wow, last night's Big Sing was GREAT! We had some 50 people sit with Concert Singers members at our Monday rehearsal, to sing through some famous songs from Irving Berlin, the Gershwins, Cole Porter, and others. Our director Nathan thought we'd perhaps get through...

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Coming next weekend: Discover Bach’s Cantata 140

Our next concert, on February 2, is called Bach's Awakening: Discover Cantata 140. Cantata 140 is a chorale cantata composed by J.S. Bach in 1731. It is based on a very famous Lutheran hymn, “Wachet auf” (Sleepers, Awake!) that has been called "the king of chorales."...

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The Concert Singers of Cary

Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Avenue

Cary, NC 27511

(919) 249-6421

info@concertsingers.org

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Some images by Denny Colvin and Mark Rainey