The Central Texas Choral Society was reorganized in 2012 as an auditioned community chorus in the Central Texas area. CTCS members come from communities throughout Central Texas and consists of over 160 singers from all walks of life. One of the unique aspects of the chorus is the participation of family units. The ensemble presents 2 to 3 concerts each season and is committed to the performance of important compositional milestones in the choral art. Recent performances include a collaborative performance of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana with the MCC Chorale and Percussion Ensemble, Rutter’s Gloria and other patriotic pieces with the Bosque Chorale, Beethoven’s Symphony #9, An die Freude, with the Baylor Symphony Orchestra and Choirs, and 14 sold-out performances of Les Miserables with the Waco Civic Theater. They also perform in smaller groups at local cultural activities throughout Central Texas, including Christmas at Baylor, the Junior League Christmas Bazaar, and the Cultural Arts Festival.