The 2022-2023 Season

Heartbreak and Hope: A Season of Love

Season Tickets:
Adult $70.00
Senior Citizen $55.00
Veterans (with ID) $55.00
Students up to 22 (with ID) $15.00

Season tickets include 3 concerts.

Individual Tickets:
Adult $25.00
Senior Citizen $20.00
Veterans (with ID) $20.00
Students up to 22 (with ID) $5.00

 

The World on Broadway

The Carolina Master Chorale opens its 40th Anniversary season with a gala concert that visits the four corners of the world through the magic of Broadway. The Voices of Passion will carry to you away to New York, Alabama, Medieval Europe, the Caribbean, Africa, Vietnam and more, singing music from In the Heights, Selma, Pippin, Once on this Island, The Prince of Egypt, and Miss Saigon. The concert also features a tribute to Stephen Sondheim. Winners of the sixth annual Carolina Master Chorale/Coastal Carolina University Vocal Competition join collaborative pianist Daniel Francis and the CMCs finest soloists for a memorable program of unforgettable music of the theatre.
Saturday, October 22, 2022 – 4 pm
Trinity United Methodist Church
706 14th Ave. S.,
North Myrtle Beach
Sunday, October 23, 2022 – 4 pm
First Presbyterian Church
3810 Robert M. Grissom Pkwy,
Myrtle Beach

Heartbreak and Hope

The Annual CMC Valentine Concert has become a can't-miss Myrtle Beach tradition. Composer Timothy Michael Powell pays tribute to the tragic loss of a daughter, Lily, with his Consider the Lilies: an Appalachian Requiem, an homage of stunning heartbreak and hope. The Chorale will continue to lift your spirits with music of American pop divas Carly Simon, Dolly Parton, and Adele. Recharge your soul and share the love with us in February.
Saturday, February 11, 2023 – 4 pm
Trinity United Methodist Church
706 14th Ave. S., North Myrtle Beach
Sunday, February 12, 2023 – 4 pm
First Presbyterian Church
3810 Robert M. Grissom Pkwy, Myrtle Beach

Sound the Trumpet, Troll the Carol

Musicians from the Long Bay Symphony join the Chorale to ring in the season with exquisite holiday music from across the centuries for brass, percussion, and choir. Relive the sounds of St. Mark's Cathedral in Venice through the music of Monteverdi and Gabrieli. Feel the beat of thrilling gospel arrangements from the Canadian Brass, and sing along with the CMC on your favorite seasonal carols.
Saturday, December 10, 2022 – 4 pm
Trinity United Methodist Church
706 14th Ave. S.,
North Myrtle Beach
Sunday, December 11, 2022 – 4 pm
First Presbyterian Church
3810 Robert M. Grissom Pkwy,
Myrtle Beach

Special Events

1. Sunday, January 29, 2023 - 4:00 pm
Long Bay Symphony Orchestra - Storytellers: Preserving Traditions, Myrtle Beach High School Performing Arts Center
2. Saturday, February 25, 2023 - 7:00 pm
Myrtle Beach Rotary - Bravo Broadway Broadway, Myrtle Beach High School Performing Arts Center

FEATURED Event

In the Spring of 2023. the Carolina Master Chorale is teaming up with the Theatre of the Republic and Careteam+ to present

"CONSIDERING MATTHEW SHEPARD"

The Chicago Tribune writes: "Moving among styles ranging from Lutheran hymnody to blues to Broadway, this modern-day Passion will move many listeners to tears even as it reaches beyond tragedy to peace, understanding and forgiveness."

Craig Hella Johnson has written a modern fusion oratorio incorporating a variety of musical styles along with texts from Rumi, Hildegard of Bingen, Leslea Newman, and Michael Dennis Browne as well as exerpts from Matt's journals, interviews with his parents, and newspapers.

Stay tuned as details are finalized to learn about times, location and ticketing.