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GCS is a 501(c) (3) non-profit Performing Arts Organization. Ticket sales and member fees support only a small portion of our costs. Your tax-deductible gift underwrites performances, rehearsal costs, and fees for our professional Music Director, accompanist, orchestra and guest artists, as well as scholarships for college-bound seniors. More than that, your gift will ensure the future of fine choral music in our communities.
Checks can also be mailed to Greenwich Choral Society, Box 5, Greenwich, CT 06830.

Director's level


Angel              $ 15,000 +

Diamond         $ 10,000 - $ 15,000

Emerald          $  5,000 -  $   9,999

Sapphire         $  2,500 -  $   4,999

Champion       $  1,000 -  $   2,499

Additional Giving Levels


Benefactor   $   500 - $    999
Partner        $   100 - $    499
Friend          $ up to   $      99

All Donors, including Community and Business Supporters, receive recognition on GCS’ website and Concert Programs

The Greenwich Choral Society  thanks you for your love and support of fine choral music.

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During its nearly 100-year history GCS  has brought the joy of music to venues in Greenwich, Norwalk, Purchase, Carnegie Hall, the Ives Festival in Danbury, and to audiences throughout the world. The Chorus has performed with musical giants, including Bernstein, Michael Tilson Thomas and Dave Brubeck and has collaborated with choruses throughout Fairfield and Westchester Counties and New York City.

GCS is an active member of the musical community, bringing choral music to elementary and middle schools, linking performances and discussions to school curricula and classroom programs. GCS’ Community Outreach includes performances at the Greenwich Arts Council’s Curiosity Concerts for young children; Norwalk’s Stepping Stones Museum; Greenwich YWCA; Edgehill Care Center; The Greens at Greenwich Assisted Living and many other venues
Scholarships: Each year GCS presents scholarships to outstanding young vocalists in their senior year of High School to support their continued study of vocal music in college
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