Performing choirs comprise one of the largest and most anticipated aspects of the conference programming, and are a sure highlight of each conference, featuring the best of performance and repertoire from across our region.
Auditions for the 2020 conference were accepted between February 15 – April 5, 2019.
ACDA Southern Region congratulates the following ensembles on their invitation to perform at the 2020 Southern Region Conference in Mobile, Alabama!
The choirs were selected from over one hundred Performing Choir applications received in the spring of 2019. Several additional choirs from throughout the region will be participating in the conference in events such as Cantaré, Spotlight, President’s Concert, Masterclass, Music in Worship Event, and other opportunities. Additional information about their exact performance date/time will be released later in fall 2019. Plan now to attend the Southern Region Conference in Mobile, AL from March 11-14, 2020!
- Atlanta Women’s Chorus – Melissa Arasi
- Cane Bay High School Cobra Chorale – William Bennett
- Center Hill High School Select Women’s Chorus – Catherine Feazell
- Coral Reef Senior High School Rose Singers – Shanpatrick Davis
- East Carolina University Chamber Singers – James Franklin
- Georgia State University Singers – Deanna Joseph
- Jacksonville Children’s Chorus Touring Choir – Darren Dailey
- Kennesaw State University Chamber Singers – Leslie Blackwell
- Leon High School Capital Singers – Tabitha Peck & Peter Pursino
- Marsteller Middle School Bass Choir – Philip Keirstead
- Montgomery Bell Academy Chamber Choir – Matt Smyth
- Olympia High School Bella Voce – Janet Le
- Palmetto Voices Spiritual Ensemble – Sonja Sepulveda
- Red Shift – Trey Davis
- Roanoke Valley Children’s Choir – Kimberly Davidson
- Universidad de Puerto Rico en Arecibo Cantoria – Joamel Gonzalez-Soto
- Universidad Veracruzana Vox Populi Project – Julio Morales Pineda
- University of Alabama at Birmingham Concert Choir – Brian Kittredge
- University of Mississippi Concert Singers – Don Trott
- University of Montevallo Concert Choir – Melinda Doyle