Since 2005, the success of our musicals, concerts, revues, and plays, presented by hundreds of area volunteers, is proof that the performing arts are alive and thriving in west central Illinois. We perform not for fame or money, but out of passion – a passion to create quality live entertainment and to raise funds for Spoon River College scholarships. Our “performance hall door” is open to anyone who shares this passion. To become a part of the SRC Community Chorus family or to be added to our email distribution list, please contact us at email@example.com
-Carol Davis, Artistic Director
Rehearsals for the SRC Community Chorus Winter Concert – The Wonder, Full World of Winter – begin on Thursday, September 14 @ 6:30 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Canton.
Students, SRC Faculty/Employees, and Community Members of all ages are welcome to take part. No auditions required. The majority of rehearsals take place on Thursday evenings. For detailed information, please contact Carol Davis.
The concert, directed by John L. Davis, will be held on Saturday, December 2 @ 7PM, and Sunday, December 3 @ 3PM and 7PM. This year’s concert features an international theme and a Classic Radio Show, similar to those in the 1940s. Proceeds go to the SRC Community Chorus Scholarship Fund.
Ticket pre-sales begin October 1 and may be purchased through any chorus member. General and on-line sales begin October 15th. To order tickets online, please check back here on October 15th.
The SRC Community Chorus presents 2-3 concerts, revues, plays, and musicals each year. To date, the list includes:
The SRC Community Chorus appreciates the support of The Two Rivers Arts Council throughout the years including the 2022-23 season. This not-for-profit arts organization keeps the arts alive by serving the 159,000 residents of Brown, Calhoun, Cass, Fulton, Greene, Hancock, Henderson, Jersey, Mason, McDonough, Pike, Schuyler and Scott counties.
The SRC Community Chorus operates under the auspices of the SRC Foundation and is entirely self-funded, with occasional support from entities such as Two Rivers Arts Council. Since its inception, it has raised well over $100,000 for the Foundation’s scholarship program and has established seven permanent, endowed scholarships, each named after a Chorus member or someone special to the Chorus:
To learn more about these scholarships and other scholarships, visit www.src.edu/scholarships.