Greetings to all singers!
Watch for a Letter from
the President (by E-Blast) to learn
what has been happening with the SCS Board of Directors this Spring!
Plans are formulating about our upcoming Season and the upcoming schedule.
Keep your eyes peeled here for new ideas, events, and happenings!
Our voices till continuing...
We will find ways to "sing out"...
Make our voices heard...
We need to hear YOUR ideas!
We need YOUR participation!
Especially now, with our "lost" Covid time!
...He calls to you from afar...
SCS Needs Your Help!
VOLUNTEER POSITIONS AVAILABLE
A tech-savvy person who can handle some light technical concerns for Sarasota Choral Society.
You don't even need to sing!
Outstanding and engaged people who want to make a difference! Talk to us about serving as a Board Member or starting a little smaller as a Committee member.
Your ideas, and your personal efforts,
for SCS to expand their horizons!
The Sarasota Choral Society is a 501.c.3 not-for-profit charitable organization founded to support choral activities of all kind. The group was loosely organized in the mid-1930s, took its present form and started performing Handel’s Messiah in 1944. Membership is open to anyone interested in music, choral singing in particular, and we do not discriminate against any race, creed, color, or religious affiliation. Members range in age from 10 years old up to in their 80’s, and some have been members for 40 years or more. Our members come not only from the Sarasota area but quite a few drive from Tampa, St. Pete, Arcadia, North Port, Port Charlotte, and other areas as well.The Sarasota Choral Society is comprised of two arms: The Sarasota Choral Society, Inc. which deals with the logistics and functions of choral performance, and The Sarasota Choral Society Foundation, Inc. which controls and disburses charitable funds and scholarships.
Currently, we perform the Christmas portion of Handel’s Messiah around the first Sunday in December of each year. Choral Society performances have been favorably compared to larger organizations based in major metropolitan areas and we work hard to present the highest quality production possible in every performance. The all-volunteer chorus varies in number each year but has as many as 300 voices performing on stage and the Christmas performance features a full orchestra, organ, and professional soloists.