Welcome to the Choral Guild of Atlanta

The premier community chorus in the city of Atlanta.

The mission of Choral Guild of Atlanta is to perform outstanding choral works from all musical periods, promote lesser known repertoire and connect with the community through music.

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Sunday, October 21 at 4:00 pm

Northside Drive Baptist Church

3100 Northside Drive, Atlanta, GA 30305

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Our opening concert of the season highlights the music of composer Dan Forrest. Pieces on the program include the Te Deum, excerpts from his Sacred Anthem series, and his sublime Folk Songs of America series. Local artist Clara Blalock will create an original painting during the performance that will be sold by silent auction. Clara Blalock is a native Atlantan. She received an Associate Degree from Stratford College in
Danville, VA and a BFA Degree in painting and printmaking from the Atlanta College of Art. Clara has actively pursued her art career for the last 35 years. She has shown work in many invitational shows and has had pieces juried into and won awards in local, regional and national
exhibits. Her work is represented in galleries around the country.

Ongoing auditions are held at our rehearsal site:

Saint Luke’s Presbyterian Church

1978 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody

For more info, email: auditions@cgatl.org


Meet our Assistant Conductor – Brian Adams

Brian Adams is a junior/senior at Clayton State University, majoring in Music Education with a concentration in voice. Brian has rehearsed and conducted the Masterworks community chorale, the Clayton State Chorale, and the Druid Hills Presbyterian Chancel Choir on many occasions, in addition to singing in the groups themselves. Brian also plays cello in the Clayton State Orchestra and the Community Orchestra at CSU, and has also rehearsed and conducted both groups and smaller instrumental ensembles. Brian plans to teach high school choir and to obtain an MA in Choral Conducting in the first five years after earning his BA. Apart from choral singing, Brian frequently takes the stage in the CSU Music Drama Workshop, playing lead roles in Shakespeare’s “Midsummer” as Demetrius, Seymour Barab’s “Little Red Riding Hood” as The Wolf, and most recently, Offenbach’s “La Pericholé” as The Viceroy of Peru.


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Who We Are

The Choral Guild of Atlanta is a dedicated group of volunteer singers from all walks of life united with a common goal to present exemplary choral music.

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The Choral Guild of Atlanta is currently holding auditions for members for its 79th Season.

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Listen to the Chorus

The Heavens Are Telling from Creation

If Ye Love Me

Il Bianco

Come Ye, Sons of Art

Anthem for America

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Choral Guild of Atlanta performs community outreach concerts and offers free vouchers for students and teachers to attend our programs.

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The Choral Guild of Atlanta was originally organized by the Atlanta Music Club in 1939 and is the city’s longest running community choral organization. 

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Our professional staff lead us in musical excellence. Board membership is open to volunteers who believe in excellent choral music and would like to assist the Guild in furthering its goals.

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