2016-2017 Season

HONOR:  A Tribute to Veterans
Featuring Festival Singers
November 13 at 4pm
St. John’s Baptist Church



The 62nd Annual

Singing Christmas Tree &

Singing Christmas Tree for KIDS
Featuring MainStage Choir
December 10 & 11
Knight Theater

Hey Kids!
Color your best Singing Tree and 
you may WIN a Family Pak of
4 tickets to The Singing 
Christmas Tree for KIDS!
Instructions and coloring page here

The Big Sing!
Featuring Carolina Voices Choirs
May 6 at 7:30pm
McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square 


Faves & Raves
Featuring Impromptu
June 16 - 17
Duke Energy Theater at Spirit Square 


The CV Sing-Off!
Enter your video today!
       Open to CMS High School
Music Students

Announcing our 2016-2017 Season!

Music is our world and we want to share its power and wonder with you.  Consider subscribing this season and benefit from the rewards of putting us on your cultural calendar.  We make it easier than ever with “Our Season/Your Way.”  We hope you’ll feel inspired and alive as you experience the “Pure Harmony” of all three Carolina Voices’ choirs in 2016-2017.  Click here for all the concert details and information on how to subscribe.

Coming Up Next …

Sunday, November 13 at 4pm
St. John’s Baptist Church
Featuring the Festival Singers

Carolina Voices’ chamber choir, Festival Singers, will present a moving concert of patriotic music in honor of Veteran’s Day and of those who have bravely served our country.  The choir will showcase solemn and uplifting music including A Salute to the Armed Forces, America the Beautiful, Goin’ Home by Dvorak, and Distant Land by John Rutter.  Festival Singers will also offer a special salute to our homeless veterans in an effort to continue supporting the work of our community to end homelessness.  You are invited to join the director and singers at a reception following the concert. More info here


About Carolina Voices...

Carolina Voices is a 62-year-old Charlotte, NC based arts organization which supports and promotes excellence in choral music. Known first and foremost as presenters of America’s first Singing Christmas Tree production, Carolina Voices

has grown into a vibrant choral organization embracing three ensembles, including MainStage Choir, Festival Singers and Impromptu. Comprised of more than 130 volunteer singers, these choirs perform a variety of music in venues throughout the region. Carolina Voices is supported, in part, with funding by the Arts & Science Council and is a member of Chorus America.