Category: 63rd Season: 2023-2024


…a toe-tapping evening

Saturday, October 21, 2023 – 7:30 PM
First Presbyterian Church – Worship and Arts Center | Greenville

Greenville Chorale and Greenville Jazz Collective
Adult: $40 Student: $20

The Chorale opens its 63rd Season with something old and new, something borrowed and something blue. Returning to the concert stage with the Chorale is the widely acclaimed Greenville Jazz Collective – outstanding jazz musicians from across the upstate…

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41st Annual Family Christmas with the Chorale

Greenville Chorale and Herring Chamber Ensemble Chorale Brass and Blue Ridge High School Concert Choir

Saturday, December 9, 2023 7:30pm McAlister Auditorium, Furman University
Adults $40 Students $20 Children under 12 $10

The Chorale’s annual “Christmas with the Chorale” has become one of the upstate’s most enjoyable and popular upstate holiday traditions.
Featured music includes the Randall Bass setting of “Gloria” for brass and Chorale, well-known carols arranged by John Rutter, beautiful Christmas settings by Dan Forrest, audience sing-along holiday music, “Merry Christmas” from the movie Home Alone, and even a song about “mean ol’ Mr. Grinch.”…

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Herring Chamber Ensemble 26th Annual Winter Concert

Herring Chamber Ensemble and Chamber String Ensemble

Sunday, February 25, 2024 3:00pm
Charles E. Daniel Chapel Furman University
Adults $40 Students $20

The twenty-four professional singers from the Greenville Chorale continue to enhance the artistic musical life of the upstate with this annual program of significant, enjoyable, and entertaining chamber music. This concert features one of Bach’s six great motets, “Jesu, meine Freude” (Jesus, my joy), “I thank You God for most this amazing day” by Greenville’s own, Dan Forrest, “Everyone’s voice” by Mark Kilstofte commissioned by the Chorale in celebration of Bingham Vick’s 40 years as conductor in 2021…

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A Concert of Memory and Affirmation

Dedicated to all those whom we have loved and lost
Guest Organist, Dr. Charles Tompkins

Sunday, April 28, 2024 3:00pm
First Baptist Church Greenville, Sanctuary
Adults $40 Students $20

This final concert of the 2023-2024 season includes two giant influences in choral music history: Maurice Duruflé’s setting of “Requiem,” and music from the repertoire of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Duruflé was a renowned virtuoso organist and composer when he was commissioned by his publisher to write a Requiem Mass in 1947. He dedicated this work “to the memory of my father.” The text of the “Mass for the Dead” is a comprehensive statement of prayerful hope, of anxiety in anticipation of the final judgment, of great comfort in time of grief, and of assurance of Paradise to come. Duruflé creates a unique and expressive musical statement by building modern sounds around ancient Gregorian Chant melodies…

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