The Polyphonic Choir "Città di Corigliano-Rossano" (formerly Città di Rossano) is a local artistic reality that for about 25 years has been performing with the aim of spreading both sacred and profane choral polyphony, proposing the best known arias of the classical operatic repertoire and harmonizing pieces linked to the regional, Italian and international tradition. The Choir is made up of singers all non-professionals, and over the years has availed itself of the collaboration of specialized professionals in vocal technique. He is currently followed by Maestro Bina Viscovo and avails himself of the collaboration of Maestro Serafino Madeo as pianist and concert master. The Conductor of the choir is Professor Antonio Sicilia.
The Choir, with its performances, has participated in numerous events obtaining praiseworthy awards and appreciation. Among the most important: in 2000 and 2002 he participated in the Competition of dialect Christmas carols in Reggio Calabria; in 2001, on the occasion of the "Verdi Centenary", he held a concert of pieces taken from the most important works of Giuseppe Verdi; in 2003 he participated in the National Competition "Orfeo Stillo" in the city of Paola ranking 3rd; in the same year, with pieces harmonized by Prof. Sicilia, he paid tribute to the Neapolitan song with the concert "Te voglio bene assaje", a unique work of its kind; in 2004 he participated in the celebrations for the Millennium of the death of San Nilo representing, accompanied by the orchestra of the Conservatory of Matera, "In Mistica Solitudine", a prestigious work for piano, orchestra and choir composed by the Maestro Giovanni Battista Romano; in 2006, on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of mozart's birth, he performed in various concerts with pieces by the composer; in 2010 he represented "Via Crucis" an important work by Franz Liszt and in July of the same year he participated in the inauguration of the amphitheater of the Enotri in Rossano with a concert of pieces taken from the Neapolitan classical repertoire; in 2011 he represented "In diem nativitatis christi" work for choir, cello and piano, by Maestro Giovanni Battista Romano; in 2012 he held a concert entitled "Amarcord… journey into international pop music", a series of pieces ranging from musicals to soundtracks of famous films; in 2013 he participated in the III review of interprovincial polyphonic choirs "Cantemus Domino" held in the Cathedral of Rossano; in 2013 and 2014 he participated in the celebrations in honor of Santa Cecilia at the church of the Divine Heart in Mirto; also in 2014 he performed in the church of the Sacred Hearts in Luzzi on the occasion of the VI vocal review of polyphonic choirs "Luzzi a cappella". The Choir has held, over the years, several concerts on the occasion of the Christmas holidays. In 2016 he presented a series of concerts entitled "Magnificat anima mea Dominum" thus paying tribute to the Blessed Virgin Mary with songs composed by Monsignor Marco Frisina, composer and founder of the Polyphonic Choir of the Diocese of Rome.During the celebrations in honor of San Nilo he participated in the historical re-enactment of the life of the Saint with the songs "O fortuna" taken from Carmina Burana and "Veni Creator Spiritus". The Choir also animates solemn functions and weddings. In June 2019, following the merger of the two municipalities of Corigliano and Rossano and the consequent birth of the unique city, the polyphonic choir "city of Rossano" changed its name to "city of Corigliano-Rossano".