On July 3 - 7, 2019, Congressional Chorus embarks on its historic five-day Civil Rights Concert tour to Alabama and Georgia in collaboration with the Grace Chorale of Brooklyn to spread the message of social justice through American choral music. The choruses will perform both formal concerts and impromptu performances at numerous iconic civil rights sites and museums, including the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, the National Memorial for Peace and Justice (National Lynching Memorial), Old Ship AME Zion Church, Edmund Pettus Bridge, Brown Chapel and the 16th Street Baptist Church.
2019 Fall Season
is part of a family of choruses that reflects the diversity of our city.
Committed to engaging our audiences through innovative programming,
we perform an eclectic variety of choral music.
We create music of the highest artistic quality in an environment that is
creative, supportive and fun!
Auditioning all voice parts:
Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass
To schedule an audition,
contact David Simmons
at 202-629-3140, or email DSimmons@congressionalchorus.org
CC is a 100-voice
adult SATB chorus,
focusing on American music,
with members from
all across the metro region,
now beginning our 33st season.
|(You do NOT have to be a member of
a Congressional staff to sing.)
Performance Venues have included:
The White House, US Capitol Building, Library of Congress,
National Building Museum, The Filmore Silver Spring,
National Archives, The Kennedy Center, and
the Atlas Performing Arts Center
Adult Rehearsals are held
at Calvary Baptist Church
located one block from the
Gallery-Place Chinatown metro.