This course is a non-auditioned treble voice choir that focuses on repertoire that showcases treble music. Students in this choir range from beginning to advanced choral skills and will work together to achieve higher levels of repertoire. All students will learn to sing with proper vocal technique for sopranos and altos. Students will also learn basics of music theory. This choir will focus on a variety of choral literature.
Briggs Street Baritones
Briggs Street Baritones is a non-auditioned tenor/bass choir for any ability level. This choir will focus on repertoire that showcases music for tenor and bass voices. Students in this choir will work together to sing music of all different genres and styles. All students will learn to sing with proper vocal technique, such as learning to navigate through the voice change, how to support their sound, and correct breathing. Students will also learn the basics of music theory.
This course is a non-auditioned, intermediate level mixed choir. Students will focus on intermediate level repertoire and music skills, as well as work on blending within a large choral sound. This choir will perform a variety of repertoire, which may include classical, folk, foreign language, jazz, and pop music. This choir is for students who have already taken a high school choir class (grades 10-12).
Uniform fee required: (Tenor/Bass: vest ensemble; Soprano/Alto: dress)
This course is an auditioned treble choir with more challenging repertoire. The group will focus on a variety of musical literature as well as advanced vocal technique. This choir has an emphasis on performance and students should have strong musicianship skills to be successful. Topaz is a prerequisite for all sopranos & altos who wish to audition for CR5.
Uniform (dress) fee required.
This course is an auditioned, advanced mixed choir directed by Mrs. Burd. Students must exhibit advanced vocal techniques, skills in musical theory, maturity, and strong stage presence. Emphasis will be on performance and advanced musical literature.
Uniform fee required (Tenor/Bass: tuxedo; Soprano/Alto: dress)
This course is an advanced choir focused on (but not limited to) vocal jazz, show tunes, pop, and contemporary a cappella! Class will consist of rehearsing repertoire, creating a cappella arrangements, and more. Students should have a strong understanding of music theory, be able to sight-read at a high level, have a keen sense of pitch, intonation and rhythm, and be a strong visual performer.