WELCOME TO THE CHATTANOOGA CHORAL SOCIETY for the PRESERVATION of AFRICAN AMERICAN SONG

PO Box 404, Chattanooga, TN 37401
Phone: (423) 892-1439, or (423) 364-9530

The Chattanooga Choral Society (CCS) for the Preservation of African American Song is a group formed for the purpose of preserving the rich heritage of African American songs with special emphasis on the Negro spirituals. This diverse group is comprised of approximately 30 members with different professional backgrounds including students, professors, professional musicians, and others that all share a love of music and a desire to perform it with an emphasis on quality.

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Co-Music Directors
Wilma LeSure
Michael J. Mitchell, Jr.

Music Director Emeritus - Roland M. Carter


Celebrating 30 years of serving the community through song.

CCS


Our Past Events

The Directors

Roster


Upcoming Events

August 11 and 18, 6 - 7 pm
Auditions for the Chattanooga Choral Society, held at First Baptist Church of 8th Street, Chattanooga TN

Friday, October 3, 2014, 7:00 pm
Disciples of Christ Regional Assembly
1st Christian Church Chattanooga, TN

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Come Join Us

The CCS invites you to join us each Monday evening at 7:00 pm, at First Baptist Church of 8th Street, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Auditions are arranged upon request or by contacting Wilma LeSure (423) 892-1439 or Michael Mitchell (423) 645-6412.

Listen to samples of our music.



Close to Thee

Sponsorships



Major Corporate Sponsors ($1,000), Corporate Sponsors ($300), Concert Partners ($100 plus), Concert Patrons ($100), and Friends of the Choral Society. Contact
Wilma LeSure (423) 892-1439 or Michael Mitchell (423) 645-6412.

CCS Postings

Our CD titled:
“Close to Thee” is available for download and purchase at cdbaby.com and digstation.com

Historical Announcement

The CCSPAAS premiered their first CD In Concert on Nov. 14, 2009


Last updated: August 13, 2014
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