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2017-2018 Season

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Monsters and Monstrosities

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October 27 & 28, 2017 – Duke Energy Theater at Spirit Square 7:30pm
Adult $20 (Student $10)

This ghoulish night of a cappella music and amazing make-up and costumes is a must-see for those who enjoy a Halloween bash with creative repertoire, comedy and improvisation.  This year, join Impromptu and the Monsters and Monstrosities that materialize at Halloween to torment the living. You’ll meet the Gravedigger (Dave Matthews Band), Frankenstein (Stitches), and the Grim Reaper (Enter Sandman) and wonder what turned on the Light in the Hallway (Pentatonix).

The Voiceless Concert Series: Reflections
November 5, 2017 – St John’s Baptist Church 4:00pm
Adult $20 (Student $10)

Carolina Voices’ Festival Singers’ The Voiceless Concert Series illuminates voices and stories, past and present, of people silenced by discrimination, persecution, war or conflict. 

Join Festival Singers and guest artists, The Gay Men’s Chorus of Charlotte, as we remember and reflect upon lives lost and imagine our way forward together. Featured repertoire will include selections from Craig Hella Johnson’s, Considering Matthew Shepard, Lux Aeterna by Edward Elgar and Requiem for the Living by Dan Forrest. 

The Voiceless Series informs and inspires audiences to come together to create a more compassionate and just community for all people. 

63rd Singing Christmas Tree
December 9 at 3:00pm and 7:30pm
December 10 at 4:00pm
Knight Theater
Adult $21-$40 (Student $13-$28)

Do You Hear What I Hear?  There’s a tree that sings! Come Celebrate Christmas with Carolina Voices and we’ll make your Jingle Bell Rock! Artistic Director, Peter Leo, and the MainStage Choir will present an all-new production featuring some of the Carolinas’ best artists – Caroline Keller, Grey Seal Puppets, Miller Street Dance Academy, and Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Choir. It’s a classic holiday experience to brighten your season!

“One of the top 7 trees to see in Charlotte” - Charlotte Agenda
“A holiday bucket-list item!” - Charlottes Got A lot
“A must-do Holiday Event” – Charlotte Parent

Singing Christmas Tree for KIDS
December 9 at 11:00am
December 10 at 1:30pm
Knight Theater
Adult/Student $15-$22

Perfect for young families, the Singing Christmas Tree for KIDS returns for its 8th season. An all-new show featuring the hilarious Grey Seal Puppets, the popular Carolina Kids’ Voices Choir, and a of course, a dancing hippo! Don’t miss this Carolina family holiday tradition.  

Celestial Sounds
April 29, 2018 – Tate Hall at Central Piedmont Community College at 4:00pm
Adult $20 (Student $10)

Fascinated by the unknown, the world above the clouds is an inspiration for artists, storytellers, and composers. We invite you to join Festival Singers as they explore these Celestial Sounds with choral selections that include Stars by Eriks Esenvalds, Daniel Elder’s Ballade to the Moon and Across the Vast Eternal Sky by Ola Gjeilo.

The BIG SING, Animated!
May 12, 2018 McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square
3:00 pm Kids’ Matinee
7:30pm Full Production
3:00 pm Kids’ Matinee  - Adult $20 (Student $10)
7:30pm Full Production -  Adult $25 (Student $15)

Yabba Dabba Doo! Carolina Voices is tooning up their voices for a show you’ll definitely want to see!  Be Our Guest and sing along with Carolina Voices Mainstage Choir at The Big Sing, Animated as we crank up the soundtracks from our favorite animated films and TV shows such as Scooby Doo, Moana, Aladdin, and The Flintstones! Come join us to sing with special guests and a band that’ll make you say Cowabunga!

New this season - a Saturday matinee geared to children – costumes optional but greatly encouraged!

Creative a Cappella
June 22 & June 23, 2018 at Spirit Square 7:30pm
Adult $20 (Student $10)

What do these have in common? They’re all controlled by the right side of the brain. In "Creative a Cappella", Impromptu will explore our creative side (literally!). Familiar songs treated with new, creative settings; brand new songs that let the imagination run wild; brilliant pictures painted with songDon’t miss performances of Fast Car (heart-breaking arrangement of Tracy Chapman's song); Home (an intimate take on this Phillip Phillips anthem); Honeybee (a whimsical and imaginative new song by Steam Powered Giraffe); and After the Storm (a breathtaking version of this Mumford and Sons hit).