Our Season in 2020

Like many arts organizations, we are making our way through an unfamiliar fog this season. More details about our performances will be posted when they become available, and we invite you to join our email list (see box below) to stay up-to-date on our plans going forward.

PREMIERING NOVEMBER 12, 2020 (6PM)

Brickyard Broadcast

We will be a part of NC State’s Brickyard Broadcast, a newly commissioned work designed specifically for this time, and utilizing the iconic outdoor Brickyard as the site for a virtual reality musical simulation.

December 12, 2020 @7:30PM

Virtual Holiday Pops: On the Town with Concert Singers of Cary

We’ll be celebrating the holidays with a live stream performance of holiday favorites.
PHOTO: HUGH MANGUM PHOTOGRAPHS COURTESY OF MARGARET SARTOR AND ALEX HARRIS AND THE DAVID M. RUBENSTEIN RARE BOOK & MANUSCRIPT LIBRARY AT DUKE UNIVERSITY, DURHAM, N.C..

MARCH 2021

Where We Find Ourselves

We will present this new work by MIchael Bussewitz-Quarm, one of the nation’s emerging composers. The work is inspired by photography by NC native, Hugh Mangum, documenting the life for Black and
White people during the Jim Crow era.

APRIL 2021

Fourth Annual (Outdoor) Big Sing

Our Big Sing is an opportunity for the community to join us as a large choir and sing some favorite tunes. The event will be an outside, socially-distanced experience like no other.

MAY 2021

Third Annual Discovery Concert: Mozart’s Solemn Vespers

One of Mozart’s most famous works for choir and orchestra, also featuring an interactive discussion of the music.

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

The Concert Singers of Cary

Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Avenue

Cary, NC 27511

(919) 249-6421

info@concertsingers.org

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Temporary Mailing Address
While Cary Arts Center is Closed:
614 Morgan Creek Road
Chapel Hill NC 27517

Some images by Denny Colvin and Mark Rainey