The Chester River Chorale
Our mission is to provide opportunity, education, and inspiration for amateur singers to strive for artistic excellence. We entertain diverse audiences and enrich the cultural life of the community.
The Chester River Chorale is a vibrant all-volunteer, 95-voice community chorus in its 21st season of performing a wide variety of choral music in the Kent County community. Under the leadership of inspiring choral director and experienced professional singer Douglas D. Cox, the Chorale presents several concerts each holiday season and spring.
As a non-auditioned community choir, our members range from those with graduate-level music degrees and professional music experience to singers who do not read music. Members range in age from teenagers to octogenarians and come together through a love of singing, learning new music, and expanding their musical skills. If you love to sing, join us!
The Chorale's repertoire features classical masterworks and other sacred and contemporary music, including Broadway show tunes, spirituals, folk, pop and contemporary classical. The annual concert schedule includes A Chester River Holiday and a spring concert. For several years the Chamber Singers presented Independence Forever! to kick off the annual Chestertown Tea Party Festival. The Chorale has also performed with the National Music Festival Symphony Orchestra for seven seasons.
The Chorale is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization.
Rehearsals Resuming Fall 2021
The first full rehearsal of CRC will be Monday, September 13th 2021.
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A Chester River Holiday 2021
This December, the Chester River Chorale will once again ring in the Christmas and Chanukah holidays with the 22nd presentation of A Chester River Holiday. Please help us celebrate our post-pandemic return as a singing community as we raise our voices together in joyful harmony.
Friday, December 10th at 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 11th at 4:00 p.m
Presbyterian Church of Chestertown