Cary, NC – Cary is a musical town, home to several adult groups, from Vocal Motion and the Concert Singers of Cary to talented youth groups including the Cary Children’s Choir and Children’s Youth Chorale. This is the time of year to catch a performance.
Concert Singers Perform at the Cary Arts Center
Triangle residents don’t have to travel very far to listen to songs from around the globe. The Concert Singers of Cary will present an evening of world music on May 11th at 8:00 pm at the Cary Arts Center. The concert is entitled Earthsongs, featuring vocal music from African, African American, India, American Indian, Latin American, South American, Chinese, Japanese, Celtic, and Slavic traditions along with selected instruments of those traditions. Nearly every song is in a different language, proving once again that music is a universal language.
Under the direction of Lawrence Speakman, The Concert Singers of Cary is a 150 voice volunteer choral organization of accomplished vocal musicians.
“This concert has a special meaning to us all,” said Speakman, “because the ability to communicate with people of various cultures is more important than ever. Music is one way to do that, and we celebrate this in the Earthsongs performance.”
Event Info For Concert Singers
Concert Singers of Cary
Friday May 11, at 8pm
Cary Arts Center
101 Dry Av.
Cost: $15 for adults and $5.00 for children 12 and under
Tickets available at the Cary Arts Center box office, online or at the door.
Cary Children’s Concert Choir 12th Anniversary Concert
The Cary Children’s Concert Choir will celebrate its 12th year by presenting a free concert featuring entitled “Together We Sing: Hope Peace and Unity” on Friday, May 11th at 7:00 p.m. at the Greenwood Forest Baptist Church (at the corner of Kildaire Farm and Maynard Roads in Cary).
Cary Children’s Concert Choir and Cary Youth Chorale’s May concert will include upbeat and contemplative selections exploring the themes of hope, peace, and unity. In this tenth year after 9/11, the choirs have sung about conflict and remembrance.
A program of the Concert Singers of Cary, the youth choral program will also feature its middle school aged chorus (Cary Youth Chorale) for grades 6 – 9. The evening will feature both choirs performing separately and together.
Interested in learning more about this youth group? The staff of C4 is passionate about one thing – offering the best experience possible for our community’s young musicians so that they develop a love of music that will last long after they are grown. C4 offers two semesters per year and is open to children in grades three through six. C4 performs a major concert per semester and several smaller performances as well.
The Cary Children’s Concert Choir is led by Director Roberta Thomason. Ms. Thomason has over 30 years experience as a music educator and choral director. She is an honors graduate of Furman University, with a degree in music education and choral certification at both elementary and secondary levels.
Event Info for Children’s Choir
Cary Children’s Concert Choir
12th Anniversary Show
Friday May 11, 2012
7 PM – 8:30 PM
Greenwood Forest Baptist Church
110 Southeast Maynard Road
Cary, NC 27511
The cost for this show is free.