The City of Raleigh Arts Commission (CORAC), established in 1977, serves as the leading force to champion the arts with Raleigh citizens and their representatives. North Carolina Master Chorale is proud to receive a portion of its funding each season from CORAC.
The Commission proudly holds the distinction of being the first municipal arts commission created in North Carolina. Serving as the official advisory body and advocate for the arts to the City Council, the Commission is dedicated to the ongoing goal of connecting people to the arts and building a vital and ever-expanding creative community for Capital City residents and visitors.
Learn more about the City of Raleigh Arts Commission on their website.
As the Resident Choir of North Carolina Symphony, the Chorale performs with NCS multiple times each season. Visit the Symphony website for concert, date, and venue details
NCMC offices are in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts (DECPA), and the Chorale performs each season in Meymandi Concert Hall. Visit the DECPA website for more information about Raleigh's premier arts venue.
The Chorale often partners with Carolina Ballet to present major works like Orff's Carmina Burana and Handel's Messiah. For information on upcoming performances featuring NCMC, visit their website.