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In our second virtual choir production, members of the Symphonic Choir present this Bach tune, adapted by Robert DeCormier, with text by Tom Glazer and Pete Seeger.
Members of North Carolina Master Chorale bring you Elaine Hagenberg's You Do Not Walk Alone.
This text is an excellent and needed reminder for all of us in these days that can, often, feel lonely
RESIDENT CHORUS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA SYMPHONY
Our staff and Board have been in regular communication as the situation has continued to develop, and we have come to the disappointing – but necessary – decision that we must suspend our rehearsals and concerts for the remainder of the season. Our rehearsals and performances typically involve 160 or more singers. The health and safety of our membership, our audiences, and our community as a whole is at stake and we must do our part.
Founded in 1942 as the Raleigh Oratorio Society, the North Carolina Master Chorale is committed to bringing the very finest in choral music performance to Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill audiences. Under the direction of Dr. Alfred E. Sturgis since 1993, the Chorale boasts a 170-voice Symphonic Chorus and a smaller, professional Chamber Choir whose size varies by project.
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