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Crescent City Sound Chorusis more than just an a cappella ensemble, it is a family. We love getting together each week, and sharing friendships as well as great music. 



If you like to sing, you're invited to visit Crescent City Sound Chorus and discover your INNER DIVA! Sitting in on one of our rehearsals is the perfect way to find out more about us, and what we can do for you!

You'll have the opportunity to hear us perform four-part, a cappella harmony, and you'll be invited to join us on the risers to experience the music, friendship and fun for whichCrescent City Sound Chorus is known!


Come to a Rehearsal


Guests are welcome to view any Crescent City Sound Chorus rehearsal, Mondays at 7pm.

Where?Delgado Community College, City Park Campus, third floor, Music Room. 615 City Park Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70119 

WHY?There are so many reasons to join! Spend time with a wonderful group of women, learn some amazing, classic songs, and get a chance to perform and strut your stuff!

WHO?You!!! Come and discover your inner diva!




Women of all ages are invited to attend. For more information, contact Janie, Membership Chair, at  504-535-4533 or email  admin@crescentcitysoundchorus.com. If you're a woman who loves to sing, we'd love to meet you! Our members travel from all over the metropolitan area and even as far as Houma, Baton Rouge, Hammond, Grand Isle and Bay St. Louis to sing with Crescent City Sound Chorus. To quote one of our members, "It's the love of singing that brought me to Crescent City Sound Chorus. It's the enthusiasm, fun and lasting friendships that keep me returning week after week. I love it!" Visit us and find out for yourself!


From Sweet Adeline" web site: Here are the basics:

1.You need to be able to sing in tune.

2.You need to be able to hear those around you and blend your voice with theirs as our organiza- tion emphasizes ensemble singing — is not a solo-building group.

3.You need to be able to eventually hold your own — that is you will need to be able to sing your own part when surrounded by those who don’t. In a barbershop ensemble there are many times when you are singing while standing by someone who isn’t your part.

4..You will probably want to begin a normal warm-up routine at home before you practice. This will be good for your voice and, depending on what you choose to use for warm-ups, you can specifical- ly work on many different skills at once (for example: flexibility, range, breath control, dynamic [volume] control, etc.).

5.In order to keep your level consistent and/or improve, you will want to make sure you have a plan for practicing the songs at home, either with the help of learning tracks or not. It’s just like exercising the body — if you do it on a regular basis, you will reap the benefits, and if you don’t, you’ll definitely sees the decline.