The Cantabile Choir of the Chattanooga Boys Choir will join the Southern Nights Chorale in a free, 90-minute choral concert at Peachtree Christian Church on Sunday, May 17th at 3:00. The church is located at 1580 Peachtree Street.
The Cantabile Choir is the changed-voice component of the Chattanooga Boys Choir under the direction of Vincent Oakes. The CBC was founded in 1954 as a music education and performance organization, and presently has over 140 boys from ages 8-18 in five different choirs. The Cantabile ensemble was added in 2002 from graduates of the organization's treble (unchanged voices) choirs, and many of its members have been singing together since the third grade. This choir traditionally sings male choir repertoire representing college glee club, men's chorus, and barbershop styles. Please visit their website at: www.chattanoogaboyschoir.org.
The Southern Nights Chorale is an auditioned, acappella men’s select chorus with an eclectic repertoire consisting of light classical, pop favorites, patriotic and sacred selections. It was formed in 2004 by J.D. Holmes, Director. In its brief history, the Southern Nights Chorale has performed at the Georgia Governor’s Mansion; at the Atlanta Braves’ stadium; at Clayton County Performing Arts Center; and at local church and civic events. For information on the Southern Nights Chorale, please visit their website at: www.southernnightschorale.org.
Be sure to mark your calendar for May 17th to enjoy a delightful afternoon of exceptional, harmoniously blended choral music.
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