Singing/Perfomance Opportunities in the Triangle

The Community Chorus Project Saturday Glee Club Spring Registration

Since September 2011, Community Chorus Project in collaboration with the Department of Music at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has run a two-semester chorus program called Saturday Glee Club. Our chorus totals 40 young singers, ages 11 – 16, who meet each Saturday.

The program includes master classes given by university voice faculty and special guests, as well as small group and whole class vocal instruction. Our teachers select fun, challenging and relevant music encompassing musical theatre, pop and world music, while always ensuring that our students are taught healthy vocal technique.

Caroline Miceli, an experienced chorus teacher and private voice instructor, leads the Glee Club chorus. Dr. Louise Toppin, Chair of the Department of Music, and a voice professor, advises on all aspects of the program, helping to ensure healthy and effective vocal technique. See more information and register HERE. Vocal Assessments are February 6.


Teen Fest 2k16 Auditions

TeenFest 2K16 is Sat., May 7 @ Sheraton Raleigh Hotel. Teen talent showcase age eligibility lowered to 12 to 18. Live Auditions held Sat., April 9; 12:30 – 4:30 p.m. @ John “Top” Green Community Ctr., 401 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Raleigh; or submit Video Auditions by April 1. Send link to All acts must be original with an anti-drug or anti-violence theme. First, second, and third place receive a cash prize and the opportunity to perform at events throughout the Triangle. For more information or to enter, please click HERE.


The first The Relative Pitch Open Mic of 2016!!!

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I hope you had a wonderful Holiday season and that 2016 has treated you well so far. I am excited to announce that the first open mic of 2016 is Saturday, February 20 from 5-6pm at Sola Coffee Cafe’ in North Raleigh. Sign ups are open now, click HERE to reserve your spot!!!


See you soon,