Photos by Sabina Tewari
The Charlotte Chorale welcomes new singers twice a year. We look for adult singers that love to have fun performing a variety of styles of choral music. Singers should be able to read choral music and be available for rehearsals on Tuesday evenings.
We do ask that potential members audition. During the audition, you will be asked to do the following things:
1.) A prepared solo of your choice.
Singers are asked to prepare a solo in any genre of music with which you feel comfortable, that will illustrate the quality of your voice. You may sing with an accompaniment track or an accompanist will be provided. When using an accompanist, please bring a copy of your music.
2.) Vocal Exercises for Range Testing
Singers will be asked to perform vocal exercises to determine their range, tone and musical skill.
3. Sight Reading
Singers will be given a line of music to sight read to determine musical level.
We know that the idea of auditioning is scary, but relax. The audition is 15 minutes long and we try to make it fun.
If you want to be part of this fun musical group, email us at email@example.com to schedule an audition time.
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 was proud to sing the National Anthem at BB&T Ballpark as the Charlotte Knights take on the Toledo Mudhens on Wednesday, April 24th. Thank you for this great experience.
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!
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.
P.O. Box 471005 Charlotte, NC 28247
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 Charlotte Chorale was proud to perform at Relay for Life where the American Cancer Society is helping
to save lives and celebrate life.