Welcome to the St. Peters Choral Society Website!
For 29 years, the St. Peters Choral Society has been serving the community through the performance of choral music. From our beginning in 1991, our mission has always been to perform quality choral music from all eras and styles, sacred and secular, historical and modern, solely for the joy of both singer and audience.
A non-audition choral ensemble, the choir has grown to over 100 members from St. Charles and St. Louis Counties, ranging from teen to senior and bringing a wide variety of musical backgrounds and interests. Many of our singers have been members since our beginning, and we gladly welcome new members each season. We typically perform two major concerts per year, plus a few smaller performances within the community.
Whether you’re looking for information about our rehearsals, upcoming performances, joining the choir, or supporting our efforts with your financial contribution, you will find all this and more on our website. Thank you for stopping by, and keep singing!
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have cancelled all remaining Spring rehearsals as well as our performance that was scheduled for Sunday, May 3rd at 2PM. We are hopeful that we can begin our Fall 2020 rehearsals in September. Check back with us then!
We rehearse in the Ft. Zumwalt South High School choir room, 8050 Mexico Road, St. Peters, MO. on Mondays from 7 PM to 9 PM.
JOIN THE CHOIR
Do you love to sing? No audition…loads of fun! If you’re interested in singing with us for the Fall 2020, please click on the link below. Rehearsals for Fall will begin in September.Contact/Join Us!
We are a completely self-funded organization and rely on contributions to sustain our choir and support our community. BECOME A ‘FRIEND OF THE CHORUS’ by donating today! Please click on the Donations page for more information.
Did you know that singing can be good for your health and brain! Check out the article and then the video! Benefits of being part of a community choir. Here is a video from Professor Sarah Wilson on brain benefits of singing.