The Greenville Chorale is back with its 2021–22 performance season after a more than a year break due to the pandemic. It also marks the 60th anniversary of the ensemble’s founding and the 40th year with Dr. Bingham Vick Jr. as artistic director and conductor.
The 2021–22 concert season begins on October 16 at Greenville’s Peace Center Concert Hall. The concert will open with Johannes Brahm’s “A German Requiem,” which serves as both a memorial and an affirmation of hope.
The concert is a partnership between the Greenville Symphony Orchestra and the Greenville Chorale to express their sympathies to everyone affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Chorale’s 60th anniversary season focuses on classic choral and orchestral compositions. The group will also perform Handel’s “Messiah” in December and Bach’s B-Minor Mass in February, in addition to Brahms’ Requiem.
“Like all arts organizations following the pandemic, we are looking forward to being back on stage this year and to celebrating 60 years of outstanding concerts,” said Bingham Vick Jr., the Chorale’s longstanding creative director and conductor.
A reminder to audience members that admission to the Peace Center needs documentation of full vaccination against COVID-19, a positive COVID-19 antibody test, or a negative COVID-19 test.
Tickets are $45 and can be purchased by clicking here or calling the Box Office at 864-467-3000.