Welcome to NC ACDA .
NC ACDA enriches our diverse lives and empowers communities through the transformative nature of the choral arts.
NC ACDA invests in the development and growth of the choral arts through exceptional experiences in artistry, innovation, diversity, and leadership.
Andrew Roby, NC ACDA President
News & Events.
North Carolina Sings!July 12, 2017
NC ACDA Luncheon featured Performance (2017)July 10, 2017
New President-ElectJune 29, 2017
Carolina Caroler 2016July 7, 2016
North Carolina Sings
ACDA Members may sponsor young men and young women in grades 3-7 for the Treble Choir and grades 8-12 for the Mixed Choir to participate in this one-day choral skill-building workshop. This event provides an opportunity for young singers from school, religious, and community choirs to make music in a positive environment designed to encourage enthusiasm for choral singing.
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Advancement & Enrichment.
The North Carolina Chapter of the American Choral Directors Association (NC ACDA) is a non-profit organization whose membership is composed of around 400 choral musicians from school, college, university, church, community, professional groups and the music industry. NC ACDA is dedicated to the advancement and enrichment of the choral art throughout the state of North Carolina.
NC ACDA is part of the American Choral Directors Association, one of the world’s largest professional organizations for choral musicians with a membership of over 18,000 directors representing one million singers.
Membership in NC ACDA is attained through membership in the national American Choral Directors Association.
Become a member.
For over 50 years, the American Choral Directors Association has been the preeminent association for choral conductors throughout the United States.
ACDA is all about professionals like you! Our members teach choral music in public and private schools – kindergarten through senior high school – and at the college and university levels. They conduct a variety of choral groups, including boychoirs, children’s choirs, men’s and women’s choruses, junior and senior high school choirs, college and university choruses, ethnic choirs, vocal-jazz ensembles, and symphony choruses. They also conduct choirs in their communities and in their places of worship.