The Capital City Girls Choir is an achievement-based vocal and music training program for girls from Raleigh, North Carolina, and the surrounding communities. CCGC is associated with the community outreach program of the School of Music at Meredith College, which has been educating women to excel since 1899. The three choirs of the organization are open to singers from ages nine through eighteen. They have performed at the North Carolina Governor's Mansion, the NC Museum of Art, the White House, Washington National Cathedral, Canterbury Cathedral and St. Paul's in London and at various venues in British Columbia and France.
In 2002, CCGC was featured as the Honor Choir in the Children in Harmony Festival at Walt DisneyWorld. In the summer of 2004, they performed John Rutter's Mass of the Children, which was conducted by the composer. Choir members have performed with other such noted conductors as Jean Ashworth Bartle, David Brunner, Joan Gregory, Barbara Tagg, Z. Randall Stroope, Lynn Gackle, Henry Leck.
For more information visit the Capital City Girls Choir website or call (919) 760-2242.