This insight into our past performances is organized in chronological order with our most recent first.
Events that happen annually are listed together at the bottom.
Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Ensemble:
2018 – A Southern Serenade to Spring – Celebrating the diversity and beauty of music originating from the South. Review/Photos
2017- Through the Poet’s Eyes – Celebrating Poetry and Music for Women’s Voices Bel Canto LaGrange Women’s Ensemble
2016 – It’s My Party! – Celebrating the Great Girl Groups of the 1950’s
2015 – A Celtic Spring with the Drake School of Irish Dance
2014 – Wine, Women and Song – A Wine Tasting Afternoon Concert
2013 – An Afternoon with Emily – Celebrating the Poetry of Emily Dickinson for Women’s Voices
2012 – Tea and Sympathy – An Afternoon Tea Concert of Love Songs for Women’s Voices
2011 – Tea for Two – An Afternoon Tea Concert honoring the art of taking tea!
2010 – Irving, George, Aaron and Lennie! – An All America Quartet – A Celebration of the Music of Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Aaron Copland, and Leonard Bernstein for Women’s Voices
2009 – Bon Voyage! – A Musical Invitation to Summer
LaGrange Civic Chorale (SATB):
2019 – Sounds of Peace with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra – Prior: Nativity Carol, Beethoven: Choral Fantasy – Photos
2019 – We Gather Together with the Vega Quartet – A Concert of Praise, Thanksgiving and Remembrance featuring Carol Cain, Narrator; the Vega String Quartet with members Elizabeth Fayette – violin Jessica Wu – violin, Yinzi Kong – viola, and Guang Wang – cello; Andrew Harry, Amanda Harry and Eve McKibben on piano; Jason Hernandez on percussion; and the Choral Society of West Georgia – Photos
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2019 – An Evening with Gilbert and Sullivan – Dinner Concert – Photos
2018 – A Holiday Concert with The LaGrange Symphony Orchestra – CSWG was a featured choral group to premiere two original works by Rob Kirby – Review/Photos on LSO website
2018 – We Gather Together – A Concert of Praise, Thanksgiving and Remembrance – Review/Photos
2018 – Victory Through Harmony – Songs That Won The War – A 1940’s Canteen Style Celebration – Review/Photos
2017 – *We Gather Together – A Concert of Praise, Thanksgiving and Remembrance
2017 – A Little ‘Brit’ of Broadway – A Broadway Celebration with a Distinctive British Flair!
2016 – The Fauré Requiem – Listen to these Recordings
2015 – Four Seasons of Love – A Valentine’s Dinner/Dance Tribute to the seasons of love with Fidelity Jazz Quartet
2014- My Heart’s in the Highlands – A Robert Burns Evening with the Order of the Tartan
2013- I’ve Got You Under My Skin – A Valentine’s Dinner/Dance Tribute to the Music of Cole Porter with Fidelity Jazz Quartet
2012 – When Irish Eyes are Smiling! – An Irish Celebration with Drake School of Irish Dance and the Balleybeg Pub Band
2011 – Christmas with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra
2011 – An Truly Irish Evening of Song and Dance! with the Drake School of Irish Dance in Dublin, Georgia
2010 – Skylark – A Dinner/Dance Tribute to Johnny Mercer with the Fidelity Jazz Quartet
2009 – Rejoice and Be Merry! – A Medieval Dinner Festival of Song, Dance and Merrymaking
2008 – Christmas with the LaGrange Symphony Orchestra
2007 – Rise Up in Festive Song! – A Medieval Dinner Celebration
Phantoms of the Organ – The Great Spooktacular Organ Concert!
This is part of the Choral Society’s outreach mission – these concerts feature area organists in concert the last weekend in October! The organists choose seasonal Halloween and “spooky” favorites, performing in costumes and having a wonderful time! This concert is free and open to the public.
Special 2020 Spooktacular Phantoms of the Organ concert available to watch on our YouTube Channel.
Featured performers are: Don Papenbrock, Paul Culp, Eve McKibben, Tyra Crowe, Anthony Criswell, and Ken Bailey, with a special appearance of the Quarantine Quartet (Rob Kirby). Watch the 2020 Phantoms of the Organ Concert Video HERE.
West Georgia Choral Arts Festival
This is an outreach choral arts experience in a traditional festival setting. This concert is also free and open to the public.