Conference hailing Black musicians, composers taking place in Wilmington

April 27, 2022

The Choir School of Delaware’s “Bent, but not Broken” conference is the first conference ever designed to shine a light on the contributions and accomplishments of Black musicians and composers.

Read the article on the Town Square Delaware website

An interview with Arreon Harley

February 11, 2018

Arreon Harley appears on the Delaware State of the Arts Podcast to talk about the Choir School’s history, new location in Wilmington, current activities and the upcoming Witness concert.

Listen to the podcast on the Delaware Division of the Arts website

Arreon Harley: Social Impact Through Music & Mentoring

January 31, 2018

Arreon Harley sits down with the Social Capital Project to explain how the Choir School creates an intergenerational environment that increases the social capital of at-risk students.

Read the article on the Social Capital Project website

More than just music, Choir School of Delaware hits all the right notes

December 15, 2017

WHYY’s First talks to Choir School staff, volunteers and students about the joy of being part of the Choir School family, and the upcoming Messiah concert.

Read the article on the WHYY website

Peace Week Delaware Revs Up Saturday

September 15, 2017

The second annual Peace Week Delaware takes off today with a march and a concert and will include 60 events designed to offer an alternative to morale-shredding disasters, crime and political fighting.

Read the article on the Delaware Online website

After-School Meals at the Cathedral Choir School

March 15, 2017

The Food Bank of Delaware plays an active role in the program by sponsoring 63 after-school meal programs. This week we are highlighting after-school programs up and down the state!

Read the article on the Food Bank of Delaware website

Choir School of Delaware Plans 2-Day Wilmington Bach Festival for May

February 14, 2017

The Choir School of Delaware and the Delaware Historical Society are collaborating on the first Wilmington Bach Festival to occur May 12 and 13 at the 1798 Old Town Hall on Market St.

Read the article on the Wilmington Visitor’s Bureau website

MLK’s Dream Lives on in Delaware Teen Contest

January 15, 2017

New Castle County high school students used their way with words Sunday to encourage their communities, families and friends to give Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s message a chance in solving today’s societal problems.

Read the article on the Delaware Online website

An After-School Program as a Crime Prevention Tool

February 29, 2016

How can the good people of the greater Wilmington area provide a life changing and crime free experience for our young at-risk children?

Read the article on the Delaware Online website