The MSU Children’s Choir (MSUCC) is for treble singers (unchanged voices) ages 10-16 and is the premier touring ensemble of the Children and Youth Choir Program. The ensemble performs 6-8 times each school year.
The singers refine their ear training and music literacy skills while further developing their skills as expressive artists and musical ambassadors. Singers will explore advanced repertoire from various styles and time periods, including works with orchestra, jazz ensemble, and chamber musicians.
The MSU Children’s Choir has established a tradition of excellence, performing at state, regional, and national choral conventions, as well as such prestigious venues as Carnegie Hall and Orchestra Hall in Chicago and Detroit. They have appeared in concert with the Canadian Brass, Peter Nero and Marilyn Horne. The choir has released seven CDs and recorded the Grammy Award-winning Songs of Innocence and of Experience by William Bolcom on the Naxos label under the direction of Leonard Slatkin.
Class starts September 10, 2013
Tuesdays, 6:30–8:30 p.m and two saturdays a month
Tuition is $245 per semester (17 weeks)
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"The MSUCC experience continues to be outstanding, both for the performers and for those of us who get to hear them sing."
-MSU Children's Choir parent