DeKalb Choral Guild is a dynamic choir in the metro Atlanta area, celebrating over 39 years of harmony, community and music making.





Sing-a-longs and caroling in our community


 Here we are at our monthly "Sing a long with the DCG" with the guests at Plymouth Harbor Respite Care. Second Thursdays.


Plymouth Harbor

Each year we join voices with other community singers at the Avondale tree lighting. 


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 An added holiday treat December 2015 (below)was "Catmas Caroling" for the benefit of cats and patrons of Second Life store in Avondale.




 And in 2016 caroling for the cats at Lifeline Cat adoption Center (below).










Concerts of Season 39


Saturday May 6, 2017

St Bart's Episcopal Church

1790 LaVista Rd. ATL 7:30pm

featuring repertoire about water and highlighting the work of Wells For Hope.

Water is necessary for life. But water is much more to humans than just a requirement. It is a symbol of life itself. Join us Saturday May 6th for a concert that contemplates what water means to us all. A wide selection of musical styles and themes will guide us through as we imagine droughts, longing, remembering, rain, rivers, oceans, floods, storms, waves, calm, stillness and hope. 

Majok Marier, founder of the organization Wells for Hope, will be on hand to tell us about the work his group does to bring wells and water to people in South Sudan.

At the reception after the concert we can continue our water conversations and bring communities together around the shared need for water.

Already Presented:


Saturday March 4th 2017 7:30pm, First Baptist Church of Avondale Estates

It's About Time...

What is? The DeKalb Choral Guild's March 4th concert is all about time and different times of day. On Saturday March 4th, 7:30pm at First Baptist Church of Avondale Estate, the DeKalb Choral Guild presents 24 (Twenty-four), a concert of songs reflecting the rhythms of a day.

A reception will follow the concert.


Saturday November 5th 7:30pm

Living Grace Lutheran, Tucker

featuring Requiem, Op. 48 by Gabriel Fauré and Settings from American Southern Hymns. Learn more about this concert at our BLOG 




 We are an official Arts partner of the Charter for Compassion. We feel that our mission to enrich our community through excellent choral music is in harnonious alignment with a commitment to encourage our world to be more compassionate and less caustic and fragmented. Music brings people to together to share concerns, joys and sorrows.










More about the May 6th Concert...


Director Mary Root, accompanist Leanne Herrmann, and the 50 men and woman in this lauded community chorus, will share songs and stories of water, reminding us that, at least in some ways, people are the same. We all need water and we all feel water's life giving effects. Yet we all can also comprehend its damaging effects (when there is too much or too little). And because water is so important to us it becomes an incredibly significant symbol to us all as well. Dive right in with us into a concert of songs about WATER.



Please join us. Tickets are only $5, 12yrs & under are free.

Tickets are available online (to the right--Buy Tickets online button) and at the door. 


Online ticket buying: Our tickets are $5 for adults and free for children 12 and under. When you click the Buy Tickets Online icon to the right you will be directed to a payment form. The ticket price is already loaded in, so you just choose how many tickets you would like. We will then add the payer's name and number of tickets to our will call list at the ticket table at the concert lobby.


Thank You.




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