“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.”
Sarah Dessen, American author

Giving Tuesday, this year on November 28th, is a global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

At Concert Singers of Cary, we are awed by the generosity of people like you who attend and publicize our concerts, volunteer to help at events, or donate financially. Thank you for this support and for being part of our CSC family.

To give you a sense of the impact that your support has, we’d like to share some reflections about CSC by a few members of our group:

Joshua Johnstone:

As the assistant conductor of our cherished choir, I am continually reminded of the profound impact that music and community can have on our lives. This choir brings me an immense sense of joy and fulfillment, knowing that through our collective voices, we create something beautiful and meaningful. But beyond the music, it’s the sense of belonging and connection within this choir family that really warms my heart. I invite you to join us on this incredible journey, where together, we can create more joy, fulfillment, and a stronger sense of community within the town of Cary through the power of music.

Debbie Carroll:

The Concert Singers of Cary (CSC) has been a very supportive environment for furthering musical excellence and enriching the community. It is a place where I have made friends, served in volunteer positions, learned diverse, challenging, and exceptional choral music, and partnered with other organizations such as Hum Sub or the North Carolina Symphony.

Whether CSC is providing a space for me to laugh with friends prior to rehearsals or expanding my knowledge about the human experience via music and text, I am grateful to be a part of this community and hope you can join us as a choral member or as a patron at our concerts. Volunteer organizations such as these need your help. Please join us in Giving Tuesday by donating to CSC.

Megan Brachtl:

One of the Concert Singers of Cary’s greatest strengths as an organization is its ability to thrive in the face of constant change. Indeed, Concert Singers has experienced significant change since I started to sing with the group ten years ago. This change occurred gradually and organically in many ways, although the global COVID-19 pandemic hastened certain changes, too. From leadership to membership, the group is definitely different than it was in 2013.

A quick glance at the group’s 2023-24 season offers a great example of the types of change that the group embraces, with singers exploring new and under-performed repertoire under the direction of not one, but two, guest conductors during the first half of the season! At the same time Concert Singers embraces change, the fundamentals of the group remain unchanged: to create a vibrant community of volunteers who come together every week to make extraordinary choral music that engages, enlightens, and enriches the broader Triangle community and beyond.

It is this ability — to balance change with staying true to its mission — that makes Concert Singers of Cary such a special organization. Indeed, Concert Singers is extraordinary in its willingness to openly pursue change, seeking ways to grow, diversify, and be inclusive – all at once, in its musical pursuits and at all levels of the organization. I greatly value what the Concert Singers of Cary offers me as a participant, and what it offers the community as a local arts organization, as it changes and grows. To show my support, I am proud to contribute to its financial well-being. I hope you will consider showing your support, too!

The Concert Singers of Cary
Cary Arts Center
101 Dry Avenue
Cary, NC 27511


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