Our 32nd Season: A New Awakening

Our 2022-23 season is titled “A New Awakening” with good reason.

First, it’s CSC’s first “normal” season in the post-Covid environment, after two seasons of virtual online concerts and masked performances. Deep appreciation to everyone who stuck with us through the past two years.

Second, this season’s programs feature works to awaken and inspire all of us. These include beloved folk songs, spirituals and a modern choral piece featuring texts on the wonders of nature from classic American writers.

Third, we’re performing major works by three American woman composers (one living Pulitzer Prize winner and two significant historical figures) — viewing their contributions through a more modern lens that, hopefully, elevates their contributions to the level they ought to be.

We’re excited to embark on this new season, and hope you’ll join us! You can learn more about each performance through the links below.

October 17, 2022

Fourth Annual Cary Big Sing

Join the Concert Singers of Cary as we sing through several favorite hymns, folk songs and spirituals. Free, and no registration required!

November 5, 2022

The American Soul: Folk Songs, Spirituals and New Works

The CSC Symphonic Choir presents arrangements of great American folk songs and hymns, along with the modern classic “American Triptych” by Jake Runestad.

December 10, 2022

Holiday Pops

This concert is an annual tradition sure to get you in the holiday spirit, with guest artists in a variety of musical styles.

January 31, 2023

I Believe

The concert will feature a new edition of Margaret Bonds’ setting of the W.E.B. DuBois work, Credo, along with other compositions reflecting the diversity of America.

March 12, 2023

Basant Bahar with Hum Sub

Basant Bahar is an annual spring celebration of classical Indian music and dance, sponsored by Hum Sub, a local nonprofit dedicated to sharing the social and cultural traditions of India here in the Triangle.

April 14-15, 2023

The Planets

The sopranos and altos of CSC’s Symphonic Choir join the North Carolina Symphony in performance of Gustav Holst’s most well-known work.

April 29, 2023

Music of Light

This concert features Amy Beach’s Canticle of the Sun, a rarely performed piece, as well as Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna, a modern choral classic.

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

The Concert Singers of Cary

Cary Arts Center

101 Dry Avenue

Cary, NC 27511


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