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Triangle Alliance Chorus

Triangle Alliance Chorus brings the joy of music to adults with physical and intellectual disabilities

The Triangle Alliance Chorus is a choir made up of a dozen adults with physical and intellectual disabilities. This community choir, known throughout the Triangle region for its spirited concerts, has been together for a number of years and became a program of Christ the King on September 1, 2019.

The church took TAC under its wings as part of its own disability ministry. The “PossAbilities Network,” as the group calls itself, consists of members who have disabilities, their families, providers and caregivers as well as able-bodied persons with an interest in this kind of program. The name is a word play on “disability” and “possibility,” emphasizing that persons with disabilities are not defined by their condition but have many possibilities in life just as anyone else. 

The Triangle Alliance Chorus is available for performances between 30-45 minutes at churches, retirement communities, agencies and other venues. There’s no fee but a free-will offering is appreciated. 

Director: Peggy Hoffert

Contact: Wolfgang Herz-Lane,

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