At the center of many holiday displays is the Christmas Tree, and the Charlotte Chorale was so excited to be part of the tree lighting event in uptown Charlotte.
We sang, the elves danced, the children believed and Santa oversaw it all. And then with a lot of Christmas spirit and a little Christmas magic, the tree, standing in the heart of it all, was aglow.
Enjoy the sights, sounds, tastes and smells of the holidays in the Christmas Village in Charlotte.
The Charlotte Chorale took to the streets of Waxhaw for its 4th of July parade. We made our way down Main Street singing to an energetic crowd. It was fun and an honor celebrating the independence of our great country.
The mission of the Charlotte Chorale is to "Make Great Music" and to "Give Back" .
We are proud to enhance events presented by other non-profit organizations in the area and help them achieve their goals.
The Charlotte Chorale took to the road this year and performed at the following locations.
Photos by Sabina Tewari
The Charlotte Chorale was proud to perform at Relay for Life where the American Cancer Society is helping
to save lives and celebrate life.
P.O. Box 471005 Charlotte, NC 28247
We would like to thank everyone that made it feel like Home at our latest concert "Home: A Place In Your Heart".
Through song, we celebrated places we call home, such as “Kansas City” and “New York, New York” . Whether we are “Homeward Bound” or “Already Home”, our hearts our full of fond memories of our “Homeland” and “Heartland”. We get sentimental when we reminisce about hearing the sounds of rolling rivers such as the “Shenandoah” or taking a walk in the “Moonlight In Vermont”.
Guests were “Dancing in the Streets” as we celebrated “Living In America”. There are such magical things to do in our hometowns such as “Walking In Memphis” or waking up in “Carolina In The Morning”. The choir was accompanied by a musical combo and light refreshments reflecting our hometowns were served after the show. It was such a great evening!
With a mission focused on cultural enrichment and accessibility to live choral music within the Charlotte community, The Charlotte Chorale Inc., also prides itself on giving back to those in need.
To help us fulfill this mission, each audience member is asked to bring a non-perishable food item to "Christmas Is Coming" which will be given to those in need in our community through Loaves and Fishes.
In addition, we will be collecting money for our “Buy A Biscuit” program at the concert. Each December the Charlotte Chorale donates thousands of sausage biscuits to the USO of NC to feed the soldiers as they travel through the Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Each biscuit is $1.00 Help us feed the brave men and women that keep us safe.
The Charlotte Chorale would like to thank all of our amazing volunteers that came out to the Wells Fargo Championship and helped us with our fundraiser. It was a fun week full of sun, smiles, lemonade, pretzels and great people.
We really appreciate your time and your efforts.
See you next year!
The Charlotte Chorale Inc., under the direction of Mitchell Lewis, will present “Christmas Is Coming” on Saturday, December 14 at 7:00 PM at McGlohon Theater.
Christmas is coming and we are preparing and waiting patiently for this night of wonder. Through music, we bring to life the promises that come to pass in Bethlehem with songs that include “Silent Night”, “Angels From The Realms of Glory” and “Joy to the World”.
After a brief intermission, the celebration continues with the anticipation of the excitement the holiday brings as displayed through songs like “Mistletoe And Holly”, “Come On It’s Christmas”, “God Bless Us Everyone” and more.
The concert is 90 minutes long including a 15-minute intermission and the choir will be accompanied by a musical combo.
All seats are reserved and can be purchased at