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Who are we ?

We are a local group of individuals dedicated to performing, studying and interpreting choral works. From classical to contemporary music, we strive to share the glory and appreciation for these traditions with the surrounding community. Our venues include a wide range of settings across Staten Island, New Jersey and Manhattan—including the famed Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center. Richmond Choral Society (RCS) volunteer choristers represent a diverse range of professions, religions, ethnicities and age groups. RCS performs biannual concerts to showcase the beauty of classical pieces for local audiences. Led by a devoted group, RCS brings musical education and appreciation to the community.

Testimonials

"A well-paced, informative and experiential workshop.  Time well spent!"

“Bach to Broadway was great fun and a welcome tonic to all noise!” ~Barbara Martz~

"You folks sounded amazing and outdo yourselves year after year.I'm so glad your rehearse these pieces at the Noble Maritime Collection." ~Ciro Galeno, ED - Noble Maritime Collection

"This was a wonderful experience!  I will use the ideas in my classroom."

“I’ve been to a few Richmond Choral Society performances, and it never ceases to amaze me how they perform each song with such passion and enthusiasm, just as if it were the first time they were singing it live.”

"Amazed myself that I felt enabled to relax and let my guard down."

“Combining their inventive sound with a forward-thinking musicality, Richmond Choral Society consistently manage to hit all the right notes. With undeniably unique songs and engaging performances, this is one Chorus to keep your eyes (and ears) on.”

"Very enjoyable and informative. I thoroughly enjoyed myself."

“Richmond Choral Society and their unique sound make a significant impression with their music. Their performances contain a vocal maturity and contemporary creativity that exudes confidence and originality.”