COVID 19 has forced SCS to shut down in person rehearsals and concerts, however, let the music continue!
Below are links/audio tracks of some songs that will be familiar to our Children's Choir Program singers that were in the works for the Sounds of Spring Concert. Positive singing moments lay ahead.
Finale Pieces: Combined Choir Large Works
All music directors are degreed professionals! All music performances are ALWAYS accompanied by live music - not tapes or tracks here! **Except for during the COVID19 health crisis:( All singers are nurtured as individuals in a positive environment!
The Children's Choir Program is a choral arts music education and performance program for children and youth. Through its emphasis on the Kodály philosophy of music education, children in the program experience learning through sequential development of musical skills with emphasis on music literacy, and the development of a solid and healthy vocal technique. As a result, students move through the curriculum with a consistent sense of accomplishing ever more challenging music with leveled choirs and musicianship class while at the same time taking pride in the ever growing beauty of their own singing voice. The activities provided in the courses of each season help singers grow and promote self-esteem, accomplishment and pride. Singers attend weekly training/rehearsal sessions with our Kodály trained professional music teachers, progressing at their own speed and ability to grasp the musical skills required for advancing to the next level. Each season includes at least three concert performances in December and May. Performance schedules vary by choir and year.
19-20 Season Extension Choirs
90's Unplugged Choir Emily Garlock, Director World Music Choir Heather Cooper, Director Gregorian Chant Choir (Fall / Seas Shanties (Spring) Shara Cocchiola, Director Young Men's Ensemble Alexander Looney, Director Tiny Pops Choir Jessica Bell, Director For additional details about SCS extension choirs, click here