Charleston has enjoyed many of the world's greatest choral works by prestigious composers, spanning time from about the 16th century to the present. Much of Dr. Dalton's outstanding programming incorporates choral works commissioned within the past 10 years. Chorus members must dedicate a minimum rehearsal time of 2 hours per week, 8 months per year, and must possess the vocal technique and choral experience required to handle the level of choral literature that we perform.  Experienced singers who may be interested in joining the Charleston Civic Chorus for the coming season may contact the Chorus Director or the Chorus President by e-mail links on our Home Page.

The Charleston Baptist Temple, located at the corner of Quarrier and Morris Streets in Downtown Charleston, has been the performance hall for the Charleston Civic Chorus for over three decades. Parking and access to all facilities within this venue meet the ADA requirements for accessibility by people with disabilities.

The Charleston Civic Chorus receives financial assistance from the Fund for the Arts, The Greater
Kanawha Valley Foundation, the West Virginia Division of Culture and History and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval from the West Virginia Commission on the Arts.