Why We Sing
We love music. We love listening to the sound of our own voices, playing around with harmonies, rhythms and tones. We love discovering good artists and comparing tastes in music. We love selecting songs for our set list and listening to these songs over and over again as we arrange and practice them.
We also love each other. We love long car rides jamming out to throwback CD mixtapes. We love eating good food and meeting each other's families. We love laughing at how ridiculous we all are. We love being exhausted together during concert week. We love sharing our lives, from struggling together in physics class to celebrating engagements.
This is part of why we sing. But despite the beauty of friendship and overtones, we believe that the truth of the Gospel is better. We are convinced that God is perfect, all powerful, all-knowing and real. He created humans and the entire world, including good things like music and Chapel Hill springtimes. But we are far from perfect. Death, sickness, hatred and broken hearts abound. Imperfections separate us from our perfect Creator. And yet, God would have none of that. He loves us. Enough to give Jesus Christ as a liaison between perfection and imperfection. Because of what happened to Jesus on the cross, each and every single person on earth can have true life and true freedom. We want nothing more than for you to know this passionate, life-giving, fulfilling love. Once you know it, it is impossible not to sing.
We hold auditions at the beginning of each semester. Specifics of each audition will be posted here and on our social platforms. Come to your audition with a verse and chorus prepared of your favorite song - it could be anything!
Get in touch with our Administrative Director, Katie Spring, at firstname.lastname@example.org or using this form: