St. George’s Choral Society enriches lives through the universal and transformative power of music.
With a focus on the education of our members and outreach to the New York City community, we have been sharing performances of great works of music, old and new, for chorus and orchestra since 1817. We are a diverse community of amateur and professional singers, committed to continuing and expanding our legacy of artistic excellence in choral music for years to come.
The Choral Society, led by artistic director and conductor Dr. Matthew Lewis, is no longer religiously affiliated. We perform fall and spring concerts and a summer choral festival accompanied by a professional chamber ensemble or orchestra. St. George’s Choral Society is committed to ensuring access to cultural programming for people with disabilities.
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Our season begins with a performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah on November 20 at 7:00 pm.
Learn more about becoming a member of St. George’s Choral Society.