The CHS Concert Chorus is a mixed chorus comprised of 9th-12th graders. This ensemble strives to not only create a quality mixed ensemble sound, but also aims to teach students the foundations of music education no matter what their previous experiences. This group meets during the school day and has twice a month evening rehearsals.
The Concert Chorus performs in local and national choral festivals and earned Superior ratings at the RIACDA Senior High School Choral Festival in 2016, 2017, 2018 and won First Place for Concert Choir at OrlandoFest in 2016.
Established by director Nectar Lennox in 1965, Clef Singers is CHS's advanced mixed ensemble comprised of select singers in grades 10-12. This ensemble performs a wide variety of literature and performs extensively throughout RI.
Clef Singers performs in local and national choral festivals. This group has earned the highest ratings in Annapolis, MD (2014) and the RIACDA Senior High School Choral Festival (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), and was awarded Grand National Champion for Chamber Choirs at OrlandoFest in 2016.
Singers meet during the school day and rehearse every Wednesday evening. Students must have a year of experience in Concert Chorus and audition for Clef Singers in February.