THE LONG ISLAND CHORAL SOCIETY is proud of its unique existence as the oldest continuously performing musical group on Long Island. It was founded in 1929 by Dr. Maurice Garabrant who was the organist at the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Garden City. Meredith Elaine Baker became the fourth conductor when the Choral Society became independent of the Cathedral.
The Long Island Choral Society has a reputation for singing the finest works of choral music in performances of the highest caliber, with professional soloists and orchestras. This fine all- volunteer choir is comprised of more than 60 singers, both amateur and professional, who come from more than forty communities in the metropolitan area.