Music Directory

Triangle ArtWorks strives to include all Triangle groups in this listing, but needs your help in keeping it complete and current.  Please inform us of any changes/additions at our email.

These entries are for convenience only and the information regarding each organization was provided by the organization or from their websites.  Triangle ArtWorks makes NO endorsement or recommendation regarding any of the organizations listed.  Be sure to review their websites and other sources independently before you patronize them.


Cary Community Choir – The Choir was founded as a cooperative effort among Ministers of Music from the four main churches in Cary. The Choir gathers each year to provide an opportunity for singers in church choirs from across the region to prepare a portion of Messiah by G.F. Handel each year and to present this concert for the public as a community of faith marking the beginning of the Christmas season. Cary NC 27513. Email. Website.

Cary Town BandThe Cary Town Band is reminiscent of the turn of the 20th century bands led by Sousa, Goldman, and others who popularized band concerts all over America. Presenting concerts recreating that bygone era, the band plays marches from many nations, circus music, waltzes, rags, polkas, famous overtures, and other “pops” classical music of the 1860’s to 1920’s with an occasional nod to more modern fare. The Band is a 501c3 nonprofit, supported in part by the Town of Cary.  Cary Town Band c/o Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Avenue, Cary, NC 27511-3312. 919-847-8806. Email. Website.

Concert Singers of Cary – The Concert Singers of Cary includes a 100+ voice Symphonic Choir, 70-voice Chorale, and 30-voice Chamber Choir, as well as three choirs for youth. The Concert Singers performs in the Cary Arts Center and other locations across the Triangle. c/o Cary Arts Center, 101 Dry Ave, Cary, NC 27511, Cary, NC 27512-1921. 919-249-6421. Email. Website.

The Encore SingersThe Encore Singers is a non-profit community service oriented show choir based in Cary, North Carolina. Our purpose is to delight others with a short performance comprised of song and dance from a variety of genres and time periods. Email. Website.

Chapel Hill/Carrboro

The Village BandThe Village Band of Chapel Hill / Carrboro, North Carolina is a non-profit community concert band committed to providing our members an opportunity for life-long musical expression, promoting music in the lives of all we meet, and providing cultural enrichment in our community. Chapel Hill / Carrboro NC.  Email. Website.

Chapel Hill Philharmonia – The Chapel Hill Philharmonia is an all-volunteer community symphony orchestra that has performed a wide variety of classical music, from old favorites to new works. The orchestra gives several free concerts each year.Philharmonia musicians span a wide range of ages and occupations including scientists, teachers, physicians, homemakers, college and post-graduate students, UNC and Duke faculty, and retired members of the community. What they all have in common is a love of good music and a commitment to playing it for their enjoyment and the enjoyment of others. Membership in the orchestra is available without audition. , Music Director: Donald L. Oehler, PO Box 2853, Chapel Hill, NC 27515. Website. Email.

PopUp Chorus –  PopUp Chorus is a community chorus that requires no auditions or advance commitment. Participants show up at scheduled events and learn two songs, which are videotaped and posted online. Events are scheduled periodically at the Arts Center in Carrboro, NC. Email. Website.

Musical Empowerment – Through free, one-on-one music lessons, Musical Empowerment nurtures meaningful relationships between collegiate mentors and children in under-served communities based on a shared love of music and learning that build a foundation of confidence, creativity and self-discipline to create successful individuals. Musical Empowerment has chapters at NC State University and UNC-Chapel Hill serving Wake County and Orange/Durham County k-12 students. Please see our website or email us for more information and applications.

North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra –  The North Carolina Jazz Repertory Orchestra is the state’s premier jazz orchestra. Founded in 1993, the 18-member ensemble has championed the great American jazz art form by presenting concerts and educational programming across the state. The orchestra has recorded three CDs and appeared on public television broadcasts by UNC-TV. The orchestra has performed with many jazz luminaries including Branford Marsalis, John Pizzarelli, Rene Marie, the Marcus Roberts Trio, Slide Hampton, and Claudio Roditi. Other collaborations have included presentations with the North Carolina Symphony: the choirs of Duke Chapel, UNC-Chapel Hill, and NCCU; the 15-501 Ballet; the NC Youth Tap Ensemble; NYC’s Fiasco Theater; the duo dance team Two Near The Edge, and TV personalities David Hartman and Charlie Gaddy. James Ketch, Music Director, Jazz Foundation of North Carolina, Inc., PO Box 51523, Durham, NC 27717-1523. 919-812-2142. Email. Website.

Really Terrible Orchestra of the Triangle – The Really Terrible Orchestra Of the Triangle exists to encourage those who have been prevented from playing music together with others, either through lack of talent or some other factor, to rehearse and perform in an ensemble of similarly afflicted players.2205 Templeton Gap Drive, Apex, NC 27523. 919-967-8306. Email. Website.

Second Shift A Cappella – Second Shift is an adult a cappella group located in the Triangle area of North Carolina. It is a co-ed, non-profit group that sings a wide variety of song styles. Email. 

Sisters’ Voices – Sisters’ Voices is a choral community of girls, within which each is known and supported while being challenged to grow as a musician and as a person. P.O. Box 1657, Pittsboro, NC 27312. 919-619-3438. Email. Website.

Triangle Jewish Chorale – The Triangle Jewish Chorale learns and performs songs of our Jewish heritage in English, Hebrew, Yiddish, Ladino, German and whatever language Jews have from all over the world. The Chorale meets weekly and has at least two performances a year and more if arranged. The Chorale is open to singers from all over the Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh, North Carolina and surrounding areas. EmailWebsite.

Voices – Voices, formerly the Chapel Hill Community Chorus, is one of the Triangle’s oldest and most distinguished choral groups with a rich history spanning over three decades. In addition to the 130-member chorus, Voices also has a smaller, select ensemble, Cantari. Both choruses perform fall and spring concerts often featuring an orchestra and soloists. In the summer, a 68-member chorus performs a theme-based concert typically featuring guest performers ranging from dancers to musicians to actors.was founded in 1980. PO Box 3011, Chapel Hill, NC 27515. 919-636-9021. Email. Website.

Voices TogetherVoices Together is the leading provider of music therapy services in North Carolina. At Voices Together, we offer an effective form of therapeutic support for children, teens and adults with a range of needs including sensory processing disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental and intellectual disabilities, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and learning disabilities.5007 South Park Drive Ste 230, Durham, NC 27713. 919-942-2714. Email. Website.

Women’s Voices Chorus – Women’s Voices Chorus is a leader among community-based women’s choruses, known for adventurous programming, a consistently high standard of performance, and a commitment to music by women composers. The mission of Women’s Voices Chorus is to: Provide a welcoming place in the Triangle for women to share the joy of singing together, promote choral works by and for women, and strive to achieve the highest standards of musical excellence. PO Box 2854, Chapel Hill, NC 27515-2854. 919-684-3855. Email. Website.


The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle: Website, Lorenzo Muti, Artistic Director, 1213 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill, NC  27514, 919.360.3382, Email, All performances take place at 3:00 p.m. at The Carolina Theatre of Durham 309 West Morgan Street, Durham, NC.

Choral Society of Durham- The mission of the Choral Society is to bring singers and audiences who share a common interest in high-quality performance of significant choral repertoire.   120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701. 919-560-2733. Email. Website.

Common Woman Chorus – The Common Woman Chorus is a progressive voice and vibrant musical community based in the Triangle area of NC that enjoys an international presence through participation in Sister Singers Network and GALA Choruses. Since 1983, the uncommon women of the Common Woman Chorus have provided musical and theatrical productions that highlight the diversity and strength of our everyday lives and experiences while celebrating the local and global events that inspire and inform us.
PO Box 51731, Durham NC 27717. Email. Website.

Durham Children’s Choir: The choir and its directors are committed to providing an environment where young singers can attain the highest level of excellence in public performances, while maintaining a membership that is open to children of all racial, cultural, religious and economic backgrounds in the Durham area.  The Durham Children’s Choir studies and performs a wide variety of choral music, including sacred and secular music, world music, gospel, Broadway, and American popular songs.  Music theory and appreciation are included in weekly rehearsals which run throughout the traditional school year. Website

Durham Community ChoraleThe Chorale is a Research Triangle-area group of people who share a love of singing. Our members include professionally trained singers as well as those who have “never really sung in public” before. We regularly have two concerts a year, fall/winter and spring, featuring music from a wide range of styles and time periods. P.O. Box 2285, Durham, NC 27702. 919-424-6345. Email. Website.

Durham Community Concert Band – The Durham Community Concert Band includes members of all ages and all levels of musical talent. The band performs in Durham County, NC and the surrounding area at fairs, celebrations, hospitals, malls, sporting events, churches, parks and retirement centers. The Band’s repertoire includes pops, marches, classical, semi-classical, Broadway and other popular music.  PO Box 52133, Durham, NC 27717. 919-885-4237. Email. Website.

Durham Jazz WorkshopThe Durham Jazz Workshop is a non-for-profit, 501c3 organization which provides the Jazz community of the Triangle with educational programs for adults and youth, performances, and special events. The DJW runs 6 week classes throughout the year for music students interested in exploring the art of improvisation. 4608 L Industry Lane , Durham, NC 27713. 919-486-5299. Email. Website.

Duke Symphony Orchestra – The Symphony is open to all members of the University community by audition; it performs orchestral repertoire of the 18th through 20th centuries. Harry Davidson, music director, 105 Mary Duke Biddle Music Bldg, P.O. Box 90665, Durham, NC 27708. 919-660-3300. Email. Website.

Durham Symphony, Inc.The Symphony is a non-profit community orchestra. All musicians audition to perform with the orchestra, which is composed of professionally trained volunteers and paid members. The mission of the Orchestra is to foster the appreciation of orchestral music through the production of high-quality music for and by the residents of Durham and the surrounding communities. P.O. Box 1993, Durham, NC 27702. 919-491-6576. Email. Website.

Durham SavoyardsThe Durham Savoyards is a homegrown theatre troupe founded in 1963. The Savoyards is a 501c3 nonprofit; it performs the works of of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan. 108 Barenwood Circle, Durham, NC 27704. Email. Website.

The Heart of Carolina Chorus – The Central Carolina Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society is home to the “Heart of Carolina Chorus”. HOCC – chartered in 2006 – is an auditioned chorus. Our now 25-man chorus sings four-part a cappella harmony in a number of styles, focusing on performance excellence. Members (currently ages 15 to 77 years old) come to sing with us from throughout the Triangle area. Our group is open to men and boys of good character, with good singing skills, and a desire to perform in public and compete regularly with other chapters in NC & SC. We are a non-profit (501, C-3) organization, a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. A portion of the proceeds we earn at singing engagements/events is donated to the Urban Ministries of Durham. Rehearsals are held year-round on Thursday evenings from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm in the auditorium of Croasdaile Village, 2600 Croasdaile Farm Parkway, just off Hilllandale Rd. in northwest Durham.Website, Box  110514, Durham, NC 27709, 321-345-SING (7464), Email.

Mallarmé Chamber Players – The Mallarmé Chamber Players are a flexible ensemble of professional musicians based in Durham, North Carolina, whose mission is to enrich the lives of the community through outstanding chamber music performance. The ensemble distinguishes itself in the community by its innovative educational programs, its commitment to creative collaboration with other organizations, its creation of significant new work and its dedication to serve a diverse population. 120 Morris Street, Durham, NC 27701, 919-560-2788. Email. Website.

Vocal Arts Ensemble of DurhamThe Vocal Arts Ensemble of Durham was founded in 1996 by Rodney Wynkoop to provide superior choral performance opportunities for outstanding singers in North Carolina’s Triangle region (Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh). The Ensemble’s mostly a cappella repertoire ranges from the Renaissance to the present.  c/o Rodney Wynkoop, Box 90665, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708-6695. 919- 660-3302. Email. Website.

Vox Virorum Men’s Chorus – A community men’s choral ensemble emphasizing a classic men’s glee club repertoire, musical excellence, and camaraderie. Male singers age 18 and up, of all experience levels are invited to join.  Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings from 7pm until 8:30pm at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Durham. Email. Facebook.

Holly Springs

Holly Springs Community Band – The Band is a an all-volunteer community band of musicians who perform in order to foster an appreciation for every kind of band music. Past works include rock music renditions, marches, movie theme songs, semi-classical, and classical. Each concert boasts selections which appeal to every generation. P.O. Box 54, Holly Springs, NC 27540Email. Website.


Capital City Girls Choir (CCGC) – The Capital City Girls Choir is an achievement-based vocal and music training program for girls from Raleigh, North Carolina, and the surrounding communities. CCGC is associated with the community outreach program of the School of Music at Meredith College. The three choirs of the organization are open to singers from ages nine through eighteen. They have performed at the North Carolina Governor’s Mansion, the NC Museum of Art, the White House, Washington National Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral and St. Paul’s in London and at various venues in British Columbia and France. Email, Website.

Carolina Harmony Chorus Carolina Harmony Chorus is a division of Sweet Adelines International. The group sings womens’ four-part a cappella harmony, with a repertoire consisting of a wide variety of musical styles, including 1920’s ballads and uptunes, jazz, patriotic music, pop, and rock and roll. Members are from all over the Triangle area, and range in age from teens to 80’s and includeteachers, students, homemakers, nurses, accountants, doctors, attorneys, administrative assistants … you name it! Our musical backgrounds vary but we all share in a common love of music and the desire to learn and grow both as individual singers and as an ensemble. P.O. Box 17453, Raleigh, NC 27619. 877-851-9188. Website

The Cardinal Singers – Sponsored by the City of Raleigh, the Cardinal Singers is a volunteer women’s chorus that performs for senior living communities, clubs and civic events. Elizabeth Beam, Director. Email. Website.

The General Assembly Chorus: We are the premier men’s barbershop chorus of the Carolinas.  We perform spring and Christmas shows in Raleigh.  Locally we support school music departments and high school barbershop quartet competition.  We do singing Valentines and sing for free or for a fee at locations throughout the area.  We are a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and a member of the Barbershop Harmony Society.  Website, RTP Chapter, PO Box 97983, Raleigh, NC 27624-7983, 321-345-SING (7464)

The Master’s MenThe Master’s Men is a male a cappella ensemble dedicated to providing inspirational music to the glory of God. Our goal is to spread the message of God’s love in song.  1000 Kinsdale Drive, Raleigh, NC 27615. Email. Website.

North Carolina Master Chorale – The North Carolina Master Chorale is the resident chorus of the North Carolina Symphony, The Master Chorale presents a diverse repertoire from the Renaissance to Contemporary with ensembles ranging from 16-voices to 170-voices. , Music Director, Alfred Sturgis, P. O. Box 562 Raleigh, NC 27602. 919-856-9700. Email. Website.

New Horizons Int’l Music Association: Ensembles include Full Band, Swing/Big Band and Dixieland Band,  Website. Email.

New Music Raleigh – NMR is a collective of the area’s most dynamic musicians, dedicated to performing the works of living composers. By presenting this living music in unique venues and through collaboration with other artists, NMR offers a fresh musical perspective to Raleigh. Website

NC Opera – North Carolina Opera was formed in 2010 from the merger of the Opera Company of North Carolina and Capital Opera Raleigh. It is dedicated to presenting operatic performances at the highest level throughout the Triangle. We also have a robust education program that brings opera to schools across Wake County and surrounding counties. North Carolina Opera brings international level artists to Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill, and also engages the best in local Triangle talent.  612 Wade Avenue, Suite 100 | Raleigh, NC 27605. 919-792-3850. Email. Website.

North Carolina Symphony Orchestra – The Symphony is a North Carolina state-supported symphony orchestra and a division of the NC Department of Cultural Resources. The Symphony carries out an extensive education program; approximately 40 concerts per year are performed free for school children throughout the state and are part of the schools’ music education curriculum. In addition, among many education initiatives, the North Carolina Symphony stages the annual Youth Concerto Competition, honors an outstanding music educator, and offers master classes for both adults and young people. The Symphony’s work is also supported by the North Carolina Symphony Society, Inc., and the North Carolina Symphony Foundation. 3700 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 130, Raleigh, NC. 27612. 919-733-2750. Website.

Oakwood Waits –  Oakwood Waits is a Dickens-era themed vocal ensemble whose members performs a capella in 1840’s era Victorian costumes. PO Box 12741, Raleigh, NC 27605919-576-9799. Website. Email.

Philharmonic Association – The Philharmonic Association provides an opportunity for young musicians to learn, understand, and perform all genres of great classical and jazz music; to provide professional training to promote the students’ participation in and lifelong understanding and love of great classical and jazz music; and increases family awareness and community interest in order to ensure continuing appreciation of, participation in, and financial support of these musical activities. Performing groups include the Triangle Youth Philharmonic, Triangle Youth Symphony, Triangle Youth Orchestra, Triangle Youth String Sinfonia, and several jazz ensembles. 410 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 170, Raleigh NC 27603. 919-645-8434. Email. Website.

PineCone: The Piedmont Council of Traditional Music, is a private, non-profit membership organization dedicated to preserving, presenting, and promoting traditional music, dance, and other folk performing arts. PineCone is considered the largest and most active traditional music organization in the state. Each year PineCone presents more than 150 events, with approximately 100 of those offered to the public for free. PineCone programs include: • Five different concert series, including its signature Down Home Series; • The PineCone Radio Bluegrass Show — a weekly radio show on WQDR 94.7FM, Sundays from 6-9 p.m; • Monthly participatory sessions in bluegrass music, Irish music, and shape note singing. P.O. Box 28534, Raleigh, NC 27611, 919.664.8333, Email, Website.

Raleigh Area Flute Association –  RAFA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote flute playing in North Carolina,promote the enjoyment and appreciation of the flute, assist members in achieving musical excellence, and provide scholarships for worthy students. 4812 Stonehill Drive, Raleigh, NC 27609919-781-3225. EmailWebsite.

Raleigh Flute ChoirThe Raleigh Flute Choir, founded in 1986, is a chamber ensemble of professional flutists from central North Carolina. The Choir has recorded four CDs and performed at such venues as the White House, National Flute Association conventions, and Piccolo Spoleto. Raleigh, NC919-378-1901. Website

Raleigh BoychoirThe Raleigh Boychoir is a non-profit organization that educates and trains boys in the art of SINGing.   Our participants learn and perform some of the world’s most diverse choral music. 1329 Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607. 919-881-9259. Email. Website.

Chamber Music Raleigh – The mission of Chamber Music Raleigh (formerly Raleigh Chamber Music Guild) is to enrich and connect individuals in the greater Raleigh community through intimate and exceptional chamber music experiences. The organization is committed to presenting world class artists performing music of the highest caliber, providing performance showcases for North Carolina artists, creating opportunities for intensive learning experiences and fostering a love for chamber music. PO Box 2059, Raleigh NC 27602. 919-821-2030. Email. Website.

Raleigh Civic Symphony and Chamber Orchestra – The Raleigh Civic Symphony is a 75-member full symphony orchestra performing two concerts yearly. Area professionals serve as principal strings and section coaches, providing high-level instruction and leadership to community and student players. The Symphony is based at North Carolina State University and is co-sponsored by the Department of Music and the non-profit organization Raleigh Civic Symphony Association. Price Music Center, Box 7311, NC State University, Raleigh, NC 27695. 919-515-8279. Email. Website.

Raleigh Concert Band: Website, We are a volunteer band that performs in the Raleigh-Durham area for the public.  We perform a spring and fall concert, as well as the Concert in the Park Series, at Fred Fletcher Park in the summer.  Membership is open to anyone who plays an instrument.  Carl Cantaluppi, President, 106 Oak Rd., Butner, NC 27509, 919-691-5455, Email.

Raleigh Drum Circle: Website,  The Raleigh Drum Circle has many family-friendly, community drum circle events.  A few regular opportunities for making your own music are: Drum for the Hoop Jam — Every Weds from 6:30 pm until dark (April through October); Pullen Park above the aquatics center.  Lake Johnson Jam — 3rd Monday evening of each month (except January when it’s the 2nd Monday) from 7 – 8:30 pm (fee).  Lake Johnson Park at the Boat House, 4601 Avent Ferry Road. No experience is necessary. Loaner drums are available.  Tony Griffin, Email

Raleigh Jazz OrchestraThe Orchestra is a professional jazz ensemble under the direction of Dr. Neal Finn and consisting of the finest jazz musicians in the Raleigh, North Carolina area. The Orchestra performs music from the entire history of big band jazz with custom arrangements and original tunes from early Swing to driving Big Band and original compositions. P.O. Box 25878, Raleigh, NC 27611. 919-546-9755. Email. Website.

Raleigh Little German Band and DancersThe Little German Band and Dancers perform music and dances from the Bavaria region of Germany. Raleigh, NC. 919-460-0208. Email. Website.

Raleigh Ringers: The Raleigh Ringers is an internationally-acclaimed handbell ensemble formed in 1990.  The Raleigh Ringers presents annual Spring and Holiday concerts at Meymandi Concert Hall, in addition to sponsoring several festivals for handbell ringers and offering classes at their building.  Rehearsals, usually on Thursday nights 7-10, are always open to the public.  Music Director, David M. Harris; Managing Director, Nancy Ritter: EmailWebsite.

Raleigh Symphony: Website, P.O. Box 25878, Raleigh, NC, 27611, (919) 546-9755, Email.


Carolina Chinese Orchestra – The Carolina Chinese Orchestra is a musical group that combines Chinese and Western influences into a harmonious exploration of cultures. WebsiteFacebook.

Cognitive Resonance – The Cognitive Resonance vocal group was formed in January of 2011 and is a proud member of the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America’s Contemporary A Cappella League. Covering music from top 40 hits to indie gems, these seasoned performers strive to make emotional connections via music with audiences through the Triangle. No Instruments. No limits. Email. Website. Facebook.

earspace – earspace is an ensemble dedicated to creating invigorating, multi-sensory performances of music worth believing in. They seek to expose the inherent potentials within every moment and space, cultivating visceral reactions unique to every manifestation. Through their projects, earspace explores the extremities of contemporary performance and works to bring audiences closer to the music they experience. Website. Email

Heart of Carolina Chorus – The Central Carolina Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society is home to the “Heart of Carolina Chorus”. HOCC – chartered in 2006 – is an auditioned chorus. Our now 25-man chorus sings four-part a cappella harmony in a number of styles, focusing on performance excellence. Members (currently ages 15 to 77 years old) come to sing with us from throughout the Triangle area. Our group is open to men and boys of good character, with good singing skills, and a desire to perform in public and compete regularly with other chapters in NC & SC.  We are a non-profit (501, C-3) organization, a chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. A portion of the proceeds we earn at singing engagements/events is donated to the Urban Ministries of Durham.  Rehearsals are held year-round on Thursday evenings from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm in the auditorium of Croasdaile Village, 2600 Croasdaile Farm Parkway, just off Hilllandale Rd. in northwest Durham.  Mailing address: Box 110514, Durham, NC 27709 Ph: 321-345-SING (7464) Website Email

North Carolina Girls Choir/North Carolina Boys Choir: The mission of the North Carolina Boys Choir and the North Carolina Girls Choir is to develop, enhance, and instill character, insight, cultural awareness, respect and self-discipline, and a love for music by direct exposure and involvement in the boychoir and girlchoir art forms. We will achieve these goals through dedication, hard work, and a commitment to excellence and the ideals of the great State of North Carolina and beyond. We feature different age and level divisions: Training choir (boys and girls 7-12 years old), Prima girls (girls only, 8-18 years old), Concert choir (boys only, 8-14 years old (treble/unchanged voices), Chamber ensemble (young men and men; must be high school aged or older (changing or changed voices – tenors, baritones, basses). Website. Email.

NC Shape Note Singers:  Traditional shape note singings using The Sacred Harp take place twice a month in the Triangle area: on the 2nd Sunday of the month from 2-4 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 305 East Main Street, Durham and on the 4th Sunday of the month from 2-4 p.m. at Friends Meeting House, 625 Tower Street, Raleigh. Both singers and listeners are welcome, no experience necessary, loaner books are available, there is no charge. See Website for more information.

Oak City Voices – Oak City Voices is a new, auditioned women’s chorus in the Triangle area, welcoming women from all cultures, backgrounds, and walks of life who wish to raise their voices in a community of song. Our mission is to share our love and passion for music through song. We will be performing a richly varied repertoire from swing to folk, and from classical to contemporary. Each concert series includes 1-2 performances at assisted living facilities free of charge, and a performance for the public, for which we charge admission. Singers interested in becoming part of our growing chorus can reach us online through our website.

Triangle Brass Band: Website, P.O. Box 14344, Research Triangle Park, NC, 27709-4344, Email.

Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus: Website, Email, The Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus is a nonprofit performing arts organization that seeks to bring quality men’s choral music to the Triangle area that is both entertaining and thought-provoking. We recognize the power of music to communicate important truths about common human conditions and the value of ALL people. P.O. Box 14452, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, Email.

Triangle Wind Ensemble : Triangle Wind Ensemble is a 50-member group of semi-professional and professional wind and percussion players who perform a six-concert series in the Triangle each season, with additional invited performances for residential communities, festivals, and gatherings of music educators. The group enjoys playing the rich and varied literature for wind band, including original compositions, outstanding arrangements of orchestral works, and special holiday and pops programming. Small ensembles from with the larger group are also available to perform in smaller venues and for private events. Evan Feldman, Music Director. P.O. Box 701, Cary, NC 27512,  Email. Website.