• Wild Asheville Community Chorus

  • Spring Concerts!

  • Sat. April 28th – 7pm
    Grace Baptist Church
    718 Haywood Rd. Asheville, NC 28806

    Sun. April 29th – 4:30pm
    Kenilworth Presbyterian Church
    123 Kenilworth Rd. Asheville, NC 28803

    Thur. May 3rd – 7:30pm
    First Congregational Church
    1735 5th Ave W, Hendersonville, NC 28739

  • Fall 2018 Season Details:

    • Thursday nights 7 – 9pm
    • Season rehearsal dates TBA
    • Fee: $120 – $300 sliding scale
    • Rehearsal Location: 5 Ravenscroft Dr. Asheville, NC 28801
    • 10 rehearsals
    • 3 concerts

  • Interested in joining in Fall 2018?

    We welcome new singers to join us at the start of the new season. Our Fall 2018 season is not yet open to enrollment. Check back for more details or email Suzannah
    Pre registration is required to join and you can scroll down for more info.
    No auditions are held. If you want to sing, we want you to come and sing with us!

    Who is welcome?
    Anyone who wants to sing, is willing to use their voice & is interested in building community. All levels of singers are welcome and no sight reading skills are required. I do ask that members of WACC try their best to carpool to and from rehearsal and we also host a few potluck dinners during the season.

    The Wild Asheville Community Chorus is a musical adventure celebrating and performing both sacred and secular music from various singing traditions.
    Suzannah Park leads the chorus and is assisted by the fabulous Nathan Morrison.

  • Fall Season $ Details

    We charge on a sliding scale and don’t want anyone to not sing because of money. We will work it out!
    Our sliding scale is ~ $120 – $300
    Your fee covers 22 hours of class time, music folders, access to online teaching files and goodies for our end of the season Supra feast!

  • We do offer a Payment Plan (see below) and have a Scholarship Fund. If you can and want to pay on the higher end of the sliding scale let me know if you want to put some of your fee into our Scholarship Fund!

    I do have some partial scholarship funds available, and a few work trade positions for our Spring 2018 season. Please email me and we’ll work something out. I’m committed to not let money keep us from singing together!

    Refund Policy: Once the season has begun, your money can not be refunded. However, 50% can be applied to a future WACC season for you or can be put into our scholarship fund for other singers.

  • About the directors

    Suzannah & Nathan began the Wild Asheville Community Chorus (WACC) by demand from friends and community members in 2008 and have been co-leading the chorus ever since. The music that is taught comes from community singing traditions from around the world. The programs include songs from South Africa, the Balkans, Caucasus Georgia, Ukraine, Old Time American, Gospel and Shape Note songs, to mention a few.

    Suzannah and Nathan are playful and gifted teachers that coax complex harmonies from their singers and have immeasurable belief in each singer’s abilities. Their infectious love of music and community creates a welcoming and vibrant space for music making.

  • Need more info?

    Q: Can I join WACC if I don’t read music?
    A: Yes! The songs are all taught by ear even if there is notated music available.

    Q: Is there an age limit?
    A: The group is open to singers of all ages. If you are under the age of 12 we ask you to bring a parent or adult singer with you.

    Q: How often do you meet?
    A: We meet once a week on Thursday nights from 7-9pm

    Q: Do I have to audition?
    A: No. We believe that everyone can sing and singing in a group is a safe and fun way to find your voice!

    Q: What does it cost to join WACC?
    A: We charge on a sliding scale $120 – $300

    Q: Is WACC a religious group of any kind?
    A: No. We sing songs both sacred and secular. WACC has no religious affiliation.

    Q: How long are your rehearsals?
    A: 2 hours

    What Folks are Saying:
    Check out this wonderful review about the chorus written by Terri Crosby