Our Mission

The Mission of the Easton Choral Arts Society is to promote and encourage fine choral singing by providing artistic expression, musical education, and excellence in vocal performance for the benefit of choristers and audiences of all ages.

Our Vision is to contribute to the cultural life of the community by providing a volunteer organization for local singers of all ages, who are committed to the challenge of choral music repertoire study and quality public performance. For those who have a desire to continue or renew their shared love of music, voice and singing in this way, ECAS offers a most wonderful and joyful experience.


Outreach

March 2018 saw the first annual ECAS High School Choral Competition. Students came from a 120 mile radius of Easton to perform onstage at the Easton High School. Arundel High School won the top honors our inaugural year. We want to thank our generous sponsors, volunteers and performers who made this competition possible. We look forward to it becoming an annual traditional contribution to the arts on the Eastern Shore. 

The competition is designed as an outreach of the Choral Society to the youth of the region. One of our goals is to instill the life-long pursuit of choral music - as performers and as consumers. We reach out to the youth of today hoping that they will continue to perform and enjoy listening to quality choral works as they move through life. More Information

Easton Choral Arts believes in the power of music and its ability to meaningfully contribute to a rich and satisfying life experience for mature and young people alike. The ECAS Choral Scholars Program offers an annual internship to high school and college level student candidates who have demonstrated a talent and interest in choral arts study. By a process of audition and interview, a student is chosen and awarded the scholarship which can either be applied on a semester by semester or annual basis. More Information

Easton Choral Arts Society is supported in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council,
the Talbot County Arts Council and the Mid-Shore Community Foundation