Choral Society Children, Youth present Spring Concert April 9th

GCS Children's Choir

The Greenville Choral Society’s children’s and youth ensembles will present their annual spring concert Saturday, April 9, at The Memorial Baptist Church, 1510 SE Greenville Blvd., beginning at 5 p.m.
The Youth Chorale, consisting of high school age students, will be conducted by Luke Hancock in such works as “Ubi Caritas” by Ola Gjeilo and “Praise His Holy Name” by Keith Hampton. The Children’s Chorus, for students in fourth through eighth grades, will be conducted by Paul Flowers in such works as “Wings Over Kitty Hawk” by North Carolina composer Wendy Bissinger and “Two Little Kittens” by Robert Cohen. Bella Voce, a select ensemble of singers in both groups, will be conducted by Flowers in such works as “If the World Learned How To Sing” by Timmy Crawford and a duet from Bach’s Cantata No. 15.
Tickets to the concert will cost $5, and information is available by calling 252-353-5495 or going to
The Greenville Choral Society, which started as the Greenville Community Chorus in 1969, has as its main goal providing fine choral music for residents of Pitt County and beyond. In all, approximately 125 singers perform in ensembles within the society.