Rehearsal and Concert Schedule


Concert Schedule

May, 22nd, 2022

The World Premiere of the Bristow Mass In C. This concert will be performed at the Fairmount Presbyterian Church, 2575 Fairmount Blvd. Cleveland Heights, 44118


Have you missed singing? 

We are happy to announce our return to in-person rehearsal starting late February, 2022.  Watch this site for updated information.  Please review our revised safety protocols at the bottom of this page.  Vaccination and masks are required for all participants.  If you are interested in joining us, please call 216-381-4608.

Rehearsals begin late February, 2022 on Sunday evenings at 7:00pm at Disciples Christian Church, 3663 Mayfield Road, Cleveland Heights, 44121

COVID-19/Health and Safety Precautions:

(1) All participants (in rehearsals) must have proof of vaccination, including booster;

(2) All participants in rehearsal/performance venues must wear masks (properly fitted and properly worn);

(3) No one can participate who is ill or who has any symptoms of COVID—(including a prohibition on sitting in the back and listening);

(4) Any member or participant must notify Choral Arts Cleveland as soon as possible if they, or anyone in their family, has tested positive for COVID. If testing positive, participants must adhere to all the quarantine/isolation protocols recommended by their health-care provider and/or public health department.




Our Mission: Choral Arts Cleveland presents quality concerts that engage and enhance the musical experience of diverse community audiences and performers through creative, thoughtful choral selections in a welcoming and accessible environment. 

Rehearsals are Sunday Evenings From 7:00pm to 9:15pm At:

Disciples Christian Church, 3663 Mayfield Road In Cleveland Heights.

Recent Audio Recordings Of Choral Arts Cleveland Performances Can Be Accessed By Clicking This Link.

For More Information, Fill Out Our Contact Form, Or Call Us at 216-381-4608

Choral Arts Cleveland is supported in part by
the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.