Promotions normally occur at the end of the spring semester, not at mid-year. It is common for a chorister to stay in a level for two years before being promoted since concepts build from level to level. While some music skills are quantifiable, most are not. Evaluating a chorister’s musical ability, vocal development, focus, and readiness […]
Parent Handbook and Information
Our program is dedicated to educating young women in the choral arts, including vocal technique, ensemble rehearsal and performance, artistic expression, and musical literacy. It is our belief that the pursuit of these skills engenders not only a lifelong love and appreciation of music, but fosters tools for a successful career/life in any field. Along the way our members form friends and memories that she will treasure far beyond her time with us.
This handbook will acquaint you with the ins and outs of how we do things. Please read it carefully to acquaint yourself with our policies and procedures, and don’t hesitate to ask questions should you need further clarification.
As a small non-profit organization we rely on the generous volunteer time of parents to make the wide variety of experiences positive ones for the girls and our patrons. Concert volunteers are critical to the success of a performance. You can find links to sign up from the Members section of the website. This is […]
Bios of each of our faculty members can be found in the “About” section of our website. Email links can be found on the Contact page of the website. Jacob Winkler Artistic Director and Prime Voci Conductor Susanna Valleau Prime Voci and Allegra Accompanist Alex Gagiu Assistant AD Cantamus Conductor Molly Knight Forde Cantamus Accompanist […]