Founded in 1973, the Concert Arts Association has been providing an opportunity for the residents of St. Charles, Warren, Lincoln, and St.
Louis Counties to perform and experience professional quality vocal music. Truly an organization with something for everyone, Concert Arts Association is guided by the ideal of providing music
education programs with the highest level of quality possible while keeping our dues and program fees as low as possible.
Our goal is to provide vocal music performance and education at a challenging level not found in most local church choirs or small
community choruses while still having fun in the process. Our programs include classical, popular and Broadway fare, performed in formal attire. The Choral Arts Singers welcome men and women of high
school age and older. Children and middle school youth are invited and welcome to the Choral Arts Youth. Our singers choose to participate, audition-free.
The Choral Arts Singers (CAS), our accomplished SATB choir has been serving and performing in St. Charles County and surrounding areas for
nearly 40 years. We have also performed in Hawaii, New York City's Carnegie Hall and Washington, D.C's Kennedy Center. Membership in the group is open to anyone ages 9th grade thru adult who wishes
to participate, regardless of musical knowledge, as long as they wish to learn the music and strive for excellence. Our staff and veterans help provide the education and skills. At least 13 weekly
practice sessions and 2-3 performances are scheduled each semester.
Comprised of younger singers ages 8 through 13, the Choral Arts Youth choir has also sang at prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York.
Although no audition is required to become a member of this group, they constantly strive to reach for the stars! CAY has many performance opportunities throughout the concert season, and sings both
fun and serious pieces. At least 13 practice sessions and at least two performances are scheduled each semester.
Concert Arts is an IRS section 501 (c) (3) charitable organization and relies heavily on the generosity of its audiences. We do not charge
admission to our concerts. Expenses are covered by dues, occasional fees, donations, program advertisements, and public grants. Because of the significant decrease in available grants, we are
aggressively seeking sponsors for this, our 40th season. Sponsors receive full acknowledgement and advertising space in our concert programs and on our website