The Trey Clegg Singers (TCS) burst onto the Atlanta music scene in 2016 in response to a vision.
Trey Clegg, the founder of The Trey Clegg Singers, had long dreamed of a culturally mixed chorus representing the diversity and talent of metro Atlanta. Themes of Reconciliation, Equity, and Healing guided his work, as did an ambitious desire to perform music across diverse genres –not an easy feat for choral groups. And that wasn't the whole vision. Trey also wanted to create a community that brings light into people's lives – a welcoming community.
Thus was born The Trey Clegg Singers.
The chorus quickly rose to Southeastern prominence. The first year garnered an invitation to the very prestigious Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, SC. Now in its sixth year, TCS continues to grow in notoriety. As a result, the Singers have been invited to sing at Carnegie Hall under the baton of Dr. David Morrow, the esteemed conductor of Morehouse College Glee Club, in a concert now scheduled for 2022.
During the pandemic, TCS rehearsed and performed virtually, thanks to the generous support of grants from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
and the Fulton County Arts Council
. In addition, the Singers contributed videos to "Georgia's Home for the Holidays"
and a variety of community services and events. The group was determined to shed light on others through whatever means necessary.