Since 1957, the Delaware Choral Society has brought the music of great composers to Dover and its surrounding communities.
Our 2014-2015 concert season is upon us and this year we are again proud to be partnering with the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover for each of our concerts this season! Join us for A Christmas Rose on December 14th, 2014, and Carmina Burana: Sacred and Profane on April 19th, 2015. Tickets are available through the Schwartz Center website. That concert also marked the debut of the Delaware Youth Chorale, a youth organization providing a choral outlet for children grades 4th-7th.
The Delaware Choral Society was formed in Dover in 1957 by a group of church choirs desiring to perform Handel's Messiah. Originally Messiah was performed every December, but over the course of time, the group decided to branch out into other choral music of the great composers. Now works by composers from the Renaissance to the present, as well as renditions of spirituals and folk music, are performed in concerts held at least twice every year. The group celebrates its beginnings by performing Messiah every five years. For an overview of all of our concerts, click on Our History.
The Delaware Choral Society is a non-profit organization, open to every interested singer without audition.