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Next Events:

King David  (Honneger)

April 26, 2014   7:30PM - Trinity United Methodist Sanctuary
PLUS + Pre-Concert Discussion (notes from Billy) 6:45PM - Rabbi Elizabeth Bahar, Temple B’nai Sholom, and Mr. Orton discuss the musical and religious significance of the Honneger's King David.

             Early Ticket Purchase Discounts Available (Call the Office)!

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When in Rome - Spring Melodrama Dinner-Theatre

May 30- June 7 - Trinity United Methodist - Wesley Hall

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For the past 68 years the Huntsville Community Chorus Association has provided our region with an incredible variety of musical artistry, especially through its musical flagship Symphonic Chorus.  This artistry has included great choral/orchestral masterworks, jazz classics, heartwarming pop and folk arrangements, fully staged Broadway musicals, and standard repertoire from all periods of the choral tradition. In addition the organization supports a premier Chamber Chorale, and two outstanding children's chorales.  Join us for our next performance - you won't be disappointed.

Check our Schedule Page for ALL upcoming concerts and events.


Billy Orton - Conductor/Artistic Director

 We are very excited about the year ahead for HCCA, as well, a season full of “Glory, Thanksgiving and Passion!” Please note these important highlights for the remainder of 2013-14 and the exciting season ahead.

-  Children’s and Youth Chorale Spring Concert, May 5
-  “When In Rome,” Annual Melodrama Dinner Theatre & Dessert Matinee, May 30-June 7

Next Season:

-  Patriotic Concert, Sept. 27, 2014
-  Thanksgiving Concert, Nov. 21, 2014
-  Holiday Concert, Dec. 12, 2014
-  Spring Concert, “St. John’s Passion” (Bach), Date TBA
-  Verdi “Requiem” with Huntsville Symphony

“What a privilege and pleasure to be associated with the Huntsville Community Chorus.  What a tremendous group of singers!  I continue to be impressed with not only their skill level, but also with their depth of commitment to making the Chorus such a vital, dynamic entity in the life of our great city.”

                                                            – Billy Orton