DeKalb Choral Guild is a dynamic choir in the metro Atlanta area, celebrating over 35 years of harmony, community and music making.
Spring Concert – Friday May 8th, 2015 8pm
Sure Stars Shining: Songs of the Night Sky under the Night Sky at Fernbank's Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium
The DeKalb Choral Guild in partnership with The Fernbank Science Center and DeKalb County Schools will present an extraordinary evening of ethereal music under the dome of stars of the Fernbank Science Center’s Jim Cherry Memorial Planetarium. Works include Eriks Esenvalds’s “Stars,” N. Grant Pfeifer’s “A Star,” David Dickau’s “Stars I Shall Find,” Eleanor Daley’s “The Stars Are With the Voyager,” and former DCG GA Young Composers Festival Finalist Daniel Elder’s “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”.
Join the DCG and 4 other choirs at
Winter Gala of the the Festival Singers
Saturday February 21st, 7pm St. John UMC 550 Mount Paran Road, Atlanta
The choral event will honor the founding director of the DCG, William O. Baker as he celebrates 30 years of dedication to the choral arts in the Atlanta area. 5 choruses will join this Gala. A reception will follow the concert. Tickets available at the door or at www.festivalsingers.org $20 adults/$15 seniors/students. Under 12 free.
We Are a Compassionate ChorusThe board of trustees of the DeKalb Choral Guild recently studied and voted to sign the Charter for Compassion as an arts partner organization. We believe that the message of the charter is the DCG's message as well. We will be publically proclaiming our signing of the charter at our Jan 24, 2015 concert. You can click here to read it and sign it too!
Thank You to the DCG's Season 37 Super Supporters:
Gerald Robison and Emilu Bailes
DCG singer Gerald Robison and His wife Emilu Bailes are the DCG's Season 37 Super Supporters. Gerald and Emilu are consistant and frequent supporters to the mission of the DCG. Bring up a need and they will quickly rise to meet it. We are grateful to partner with them to bring excellent choral music to our community. Go to our DCG Blog to read some inspiring words on GIVING by Gerald. You have to imagine hearing it in a deep bass voice to really enjoy it!