Festival Singers

Festival Singers, Carolina Voices' "Classical" chamber choir, is comprised of 26-32 auditioned singers under the direction of Donna Hill. The ensemble specializes in presenting programs that have connections to spiritual and social topics of profound relevance and meaning, in an effort to inspire, engage and entertain its audiences. Its repertoire ranges from traditional "classical" works to spirituals, folk songs and contemporary choral music. The group reaches   out to diverse communities and seeks opportunities for collaborations.

Learn more about Festival Singers upcoming recording release here

Perry Tannenbaum Reviews Festival Singers’ May, 2016 concert:  Elements:  Earth, Water, Air & Fire” for CVNC. 
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Recognitions and Achievements:

  • Recipient of the 2005 McColl Award by the Arts & Science Council, Charlotte, NC
  • 2005-2006 Season — Premiered three new works of choral music including Henry Millicone’s Beatitude Mass, William Dailey’s Sing Unto the Lord and David Crowe’s Psalm 138 in celebration of the Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit in Charlotte.
  • The Festival Singers were featured at the 2010 North Carolina American Choral Directors Conference.
  • Selected to perform at Charleston’s Piccolo Spoleto Festival in 2015 for the 27th year.

Interested in joining the Festival Singers? Auditions are held in January and August each year.

For more information or to request an audition appointment, please click here.


Festival Singers Season Sponsors:

WDAV 88.9FM Classical Public Radio