The Troy Community Chorus is proud to begin its 44th year of bringing high-quality musical entertainment to the community. TCC gives adults young and old the opportunity to perform for the public in and around Southeastern Michigan. We get together weekly to sing great music and share our love of singing with friends, family, and the community.
The origins of the chorus go back to November 1978, when a congregation of Troy residents and out-of-towners sponsored by the Troy Adult and Community Education Department began its career as the Troy All City Choir.
Historical highlights for Troy Community Chorus include:
1978: First performance was Handel’s “Messiah” - tickets at door $2.00 adults and 50 cents for students
1989: Second place out of 40 entries, Trappers Alley Christmas Competition
1990: Performed the national anthem at Tiger Stadium (Tigers v Kansas City Royals)
Various performances at Detroit Festival of the Trees, Troy’s Lighting of the Tree, Meadowbrook Mall, Somerset Collection, Cobo Hall
2008: Chorus was recognized for 30 years of service to the community by Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Sen. John Pappageorge and State Rep. Marty Knollenberg.
Today, the chorus is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization proud of its diversified membership of over 70 voices. The chorus is dedicated to the promotion and production of high quality musical entertainment through the involvement of the community. Interest in the chorus by those who love to sing has remained high.The TCC performances have evolved so that they may also feature instrumental music, dancing, soloists and ensembles.