|January 2, 2019
|The Music Center Announces 2019 Concert Schedule
|The Music Center announces the concert dates, times, and venues for the upcoming 2019 performances of the OPUS Series including the May 18th performance by the Choral Society of Greensboro.
|December 10, 2017
|Rekindle Your Love of Music With Community Ensembles
|The Choral Society has performed with the professional Greensboro Symphony, as well as with community bands. This spring's musical program will include Beethoven's Choral Fantasy and Hallelujah (from the Mount of Olives).
|May 7, 2016
|Two Complementary Choral Masses - Greensboro Choral Society
|On Saturday night at Greensboro's Christ United Methodist Church, Maestro Brotherton and his large but sharp choir joined forces with some local instrumentalists to perform two large contrasting works from the sacred classical repertoire.
|November 7, 2015
|Choral Society of Greensboro Offers Music for Chorus, Brass, and Organ
|Among the many ensembles managed by the City Arts Music Center, the Choral Society of Greensboro is one of the largest and finest. Membership naturally fluctuates, but with any given concert, listeners can expect to bathe in the rich and powerful sound of well over a hundred voices.
|May 8, 2015
|Greensboro Choral Society Presents Rare Performance of Judas Maccabaeus
|While Messiah has been long established as part of the Christian holiday seasons of Christmas and Easter, Judas Maccabaeus, by George Frideric Handel (1685-1759), has never become established similarly for the celebration of Hanukkah. It portrays the Maccabees, who are central characters to the story.
|May 8, 2015
|Choral Society gives powerful Judas Maccabaeus performance
|Indeed, Friday night's Opus Concert Series performance of Handel's Judas Maccabaeus was a magnificent demonstration of just how powerful a community music venture can be. The whole became much more than the sum of its parts as choir, soloists and instrumentalists joined for Handel's oratorio.
|November 9, 2013
|Choral Society of Greensboro Presents Schubert's Mass in E Flat
|On the evening of November 9, Christ United Methodist Church opened its doors to audience members of all ages who flocked to hear Franz Schubert's Mass in E-Flat. The Choral Society of Greensboro performed this work, which helped celebrate its 30th anniversary.
|November 7, 2013
|Choral Society of Greensboro celebrates 30 years
|It's a lyrical labor of love for the 115-member volunteer choir, which will perform its fall concert, accompanied by a live orchestra, Saturday at Christ United Methodist Church in Greensboro.
|May 4, 2013
|The Choral Society of Greensboro's Powerful and Dramatic Elijah
|The Choral Society of Greensboro sang a powerful and dramatic performance of Felix Mendelssohn's beloved oratorio, Elijah in the large sanctuary of Christ United Methodist Church, overflowing with an attentive and appreciative audience. CSG conductor Jon Brotherton led the large chorus and the accompanying orchestra of 30+ players.
|May 3, 2012
|Opera Arias and Beethoven's Choral Symphony Crown GSO Season
|Beethoven's 9th Symphony has become an icon for all that is good about humanity. Its flight from darkness to light, from chaos to order, from pain to bliss has become emblematic of the human desire to transcend suffering. The Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, led by Music Director Dmitry Sitkovetsky, in conjunction with four able soloists and a gangbuster performance by the Greensboro Choral Society.
|March 10, 2012
|Choral Society of Greensboro's Spring Concert Explored Settings of Great American Poets
|The high level of diction of the Choral Society was evident throughout this concert. The choir produced full, rich sound while the singers were nevertheless agile, able to move as one during sudden changes of dynamics or tempo.