Choral Arts Society of Washington
Choral Arts Society of WashingtonThe Choral Arts Society of Washington is a prestigious organization with a rich history of performing locally, nationally and internationally. Comprised of over 170 singers, the Choral Arts Chorus has performed with the National Symphony Orchestra, other world-class orchestras, conductors, solo artists and ensembles. In its 49th year, this all-volunteer chorus is an integral part of Washington, D.C. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Scott Tucker, Choral Arts produces an annual subscription concert season at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and other prominent Washington D.C. venues. Choral Arts stands out as a leader amongst its peers, earning awards not only for its artistic excellence but also its administrative leadership and educational portfolio. It has an impressive history of commissioning and performing new works, as well as presenting area and world premieres of outstanding contemporary music. Founded in 1965 by Artistic Director Emeritus Norman Scribner, Choral Arts has long been respected for its excellence in performing a wide range of music. In addition, Choral Arts is dedicated to connecting with the District’s growing diversity inclusive of race, ethnicity, age and abilities. For more information, or to contact Choral Arts, please visit www.choralarts.org.