Making fine music


We draw on various traditional and recent choral works to provide exciting performances

A member based choral society serving Fairfield, Westchester and Greater NYC

In response to directives from Governor Lamont and the Superintendent of Schools in Greenwich, “Beethoven 2020!” at the GHS Performing Arts Center this Saturday, March 14, has been postponed.  We hope to reschedule both the March 14 and April 25 concerts once it is safe to do so.  Check the Greenwich Choral Society web-site for updates:

In Concert

2019-2020 Season Program

December - A Holiday Tapestry

 - seasonal delights

March - Beethoven 2020

 - a birthday celebration

April - Electrifying

- a Latin musical exploration

Singing with us


We welcome new voices!

Auditions are held before the beginning of rehearsals for each concert. Bring your own music and/or expect to sight read some provided music.

Find out more about being a chorus member and to make an appointment for an audition.

Reaching Out

We support music and our community with commissioned works, education, and scholarships

Greenwich Time review

With candles and chimes, chants and "ooohs and aaahs," the Christmas Concert of the Greenwich Choral Society immediately wrapped the audience in its wondrous annual Christmas music experience. And an ethereal experience it was, with perennial magic in the musicianship of Director and Conductor Paul Mueller, who always seems to find cultural music, religious cantatas and masses, unusual arrangements of well-known carols and soloists that are simply transporting. From its opening Huron Indian carol to works by Benjamin Britten, Rachmaninoff and Debussy, to joyful arrangements of time-honored carols and liturgical Kyrie Eleison, the concerts are simply unique.