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Season / Show Tickets



Please join us for our 26th season! Season tickets are only $70*/each.  Pre-Purchase your season ticket[s] by remitting the order form below with a check made out to Cumberland Oratorio Singers.  Your tickets will be mailed to you in 4-6 weeks.  Individual concert tickets are available at the door for $27*/each.  Students of all ages are admitted free with ID. Group discounts (10 or more people) are available. [*Ticket prices include the 7% state sales tax as required per N.C. Gen. Statute 105-164.4[a][10], in effect as of 2013.]

Please make checks payable and mail to:
Cumberland Oratorio Singers
P.O. Box 266
Fayetteville, NC 28302-0266


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2016-2017 Season Schedule

“We Sing to Relate”
Friday, October 20 — 7:30 p.m.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church | 1601 Raeford Rd, Fayetteville, NC

Through all of our differences, we all share one common thing: we are Americans living in the greatest country in the world. We must remember that the American society is a tightly knit society and that we solve probIems together for a common cause, preserving our way of life for us and our children. We have withstood tragedies, loss, hatred towards others, and most recently, political divide. In an attempt to heal wounds and bring us together, the first concert will be dedicated to showcase the American composer, man and woman, and to showcase the innovation and creativity that we have as Americans. All of the titles performed will be composed by American citizens.

“We Sing to Remember”
Saturday, December 16 — 5:00 p.m.
First Baptist Church | 201 Anderson St, Fayetteville, NC

During the winter, our thoughts turn to family, days gone by, and memorable events that are a part of who we are and what we believe. Whether it’s because of the chill in the air or the shorter days, the winter season is a time where our minds drift toward religious holidays, to thoughts of the good times we shared with others, and of treasured times with family and friends. We sing during this time to draw ourselves closer to others and to God. Titles of this concert will have a Christmas theme and will also include Part I of Messiah, an integral part of this season.

“We Sing to Experience”
Friday, April 27 — 7:30p.m.
Haymount United Methodist Church | 1700 Fort Bragg Rd, Fayetteville, NC

We sing in a choir to experience different things — empathy, compassion, emotion, language, a sense of community, and teamwork. We also sing to experience the formalistic musical qualities in works — melody, harmony, progression, phrasing, and dynamics. As choirs form repertoires, they should sing certain works to gain the experience and joy of singing works from musical masters. The Spring Concert is to be dedicated to choir works every choir should experience, especially those works created by musical masters, and grouped in order of musical periods for educational application.