Beaver Valley Choral Society
The Beaver Valley Choral Society, Laudem Deo Chamber Singers, Chancel Choir, and the Treble Youth Choir are currently the four choral ensembles comprising the Community of Choruses dedicated to inspire, educate and enrich their members and the audiences they reach. Each chorus strives for performances of the highest musical standards while focusing on the compelling spirituality of their musical repertoire. The Adult Principal Choir, of one hundred members, continues the historic tradition of offering any adult 18 years and up, who can sing tunefully, the opportunity to participate as a member without prior audition. In the past six years, Society Singers and Orchestra have featured works by Dan Forrest, John Rutter, Gustav Holst, Pepper Choplin, Natalie Sleeth, Ennio Morricone, Valentin Schumann, Donald Fraser and Felix Mendelssohn.
The Beaver Valley Choral Society is a landmark community, intergenerational, Christian faith-based, non-denominational choral and orchestral arts music organization founded over ninety years ago in western Pennsylvania. The historical success of the chorus reflects the ongoing commitment of its loyal membership which has dedicated unselfishly their time and talents over the decades. Today’s Beaver Valley Choral Society has more than 130 community volunteers in its membership resulting in the largest and most progressive choral and orchestral arts organization of its kind in western PA.
Mission Statement: To provide quality performances for our members and the audiences we reach.