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Our 2024-2025 Season
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October 25th, 2024 at 7:30pm
Hayes Barton United Methodist Church

Back by popular demand, this enchanting Halloween-themed program offers fun for the whole family. Forty costumed singers perform captivating, creepy choral compositions. This program runs the gamut from works by Henry Purcell, Robert Schumann, Samuel Barber, and Taylor Swift, as well as selections from the movies and the Broadway musical Jekyll & Hyde.    


Joy of the Season

December 10th, 2024 at 7:30pm
Meymandi Concert Hall

A beloved Raleigh holiday tradition! The Chorale’s 170-voice Symphonic Choir, Chamber Choir, and Youth Choir accompanied by brass ensemble, percussion, piano, and organ return to Meymandi Concert Hall to sing the festive music of the season. You’ll hear familiar carols and enjoy new and contemporary settings destined to become holiday favorites. You’ve seen us on UNC-TV, now come experience the Joy of the Season live with the North Carolina Master Chorale. 

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Romance in the Air

February 15th, 2025 at 4pm
Rialto Theatre

Celebrate your Valentine’s Day with a 16-voice chamber choir, piano, bass, and drums. This season we feature the pop mega hits of the legendary piano men Billy Joel and Elton John. Come enjoy classics like Billy Joel’s “Just the Way You Are”, “The Longest Time”, as well as Elton John’s “Your Song” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight?”. Raleigh’s iconic Rialto Theatre serves as a new venue for this concert.

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Tales of Enchantment

April 5th, 2025 at 7:30pm
Meymandi Concert Hall

Bela Bartok’s mythic parable Cantata Profana: "The Nine Enchanted Stags" anchors this concert of magical stories told through music and spoken word. Also on the program is Felix Mendelssohn’s seldom heard “The First Walpurgis Night” which tells the treacherous tale of a Druid pagan masquerade. We conclude with Alexander Borodin’s exotic Polovtsian dances from his opera "Prince Igor.” Join the 170-voice Chorale, full symphonic orchestra, soloists, and narrator for this spectacular program.

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Street Requiem

May 2nd, 2025 at 6:30pm
Moore Square

The Chorale and Youth Choir combine forces to sing "Street Requiem", a work written by Australian composer Kathleen McGuire in collaboration with Andy Payne and Jonathon Welch, in order to bring attention to those who suffer from housing insecurity and to honor those who have died on the streets. The composers set English, African, and Persian texts in multiple musical styles, including contemporary, gospel, and indigenous. This moving and uplifting work invites both performers and listeners to contemplate and address this significant social issue together as a community.

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