The Capital City Girls Choir (CCGC) is a vocal and music training program for girls from Raleigh, North Carolina and the surrounding communities.
CCGC is associated with the community outreach program of the School of Music at Meredith College.
The three choirs of the organization are open to singers from ages nine through eighteen. Capital City Girls Choir has performed at the North Carolina Museum of Art, the White House, the Washington National Cathedral, the Crescent City Choral Festival, Canterbury and London, England, Salzburg and Vienna, Austria, and at various venues in Caen, the Loire Valley, Normandy and Mont St Michel, France and British Columbia. In 2002, CCGC was featured as the Honor Choir at the Children in Harmony Festival at Walt Disney World. In the summer of 2004, they performed John Rutter’s Mass of the Children, which was conducted by the composer. In June 2006, the Girls Chorale sang in New Orleans at the Crescent City Choral Festival and in May 2007, the Girls Chorale returned to Florida to participate at the Children in Harmony Festival. Choir members have performed with other such noted conductors as Jean Ashworth Bartle, David Brunner, Joan Gregory, Barbara Tagg, Z. Randall Stroope, Lynn Gackle, and Henry Leck.