2015-2016 Season is Here!
The brand new Carolina Voices Season is announced and we have some big news! After 60 years of performing our signature event The Singing Christmas Tree at Ovens Auditorium, we’re making a move. Yes, we’re moving to the beautiful and elegant Knight Theater in Uptown Charlotte for all shows on December 12 & 13. Join us for our inaugural year at this fabulous venue and enjoy the Tree like you’ve never seen it before!
Get the best seats at the best prices….Become a subscriber to Carolina Voices season by simply adding 3 or more concerts to your arts calendar. You can choose ANY combination of shows from MainStage Choir, Festival Singers or Impromptu to become a season subscriber.
Find out everything you need to know about our new season here and put Carolina Voices on your cultural calendar for the year! We look forward to seeing you soon!
Coming Up from Carolina Voices...
Be sure to join Carolina Voices' MainStage Choir at Matthews Alive Festival on Labor Day, Mon., Sept. 7 when they will reprise their rockin', fun and totally entertaining May show, IN THE GROOVE: MUSIC THAT GETS YOU MOVIN'! We'll be in the Matthews Playhouse for 2 performances -- 3pm & 4pm! A great way to wrap up a great weekend!
About Carolina Voices...
Carolina Voices is a 61-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.
Attention Singers! All rehearsals at Myers Park Baptist Church.
1st Fall Rehearsal - Tuesday, September 15
1st Fall Rehearsal -- Monday, September 14
Impromptu--Rehearsing on Tuesday nights