Winston-Salem Youth Chorus Offers Introductory Choral Program


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The Winston-Salem Youth Chorus invites any second- through fourth-grade student who loves to sing an opportunity to join its Spring Forward chorus. This five-week singing group is an introductory choral program which includes learning solfege (do, re, me, etc.), singing in rounds, group singing, choral training and culminates with performing with the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus on stage at the Spring Choral Concert held at Hanes Auditorium at Salem College Fine Arts Center. No audition is required, just of love of singing. Rehearsals are held on Tuesdays from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. at Grace Baptist Church in Winston-Salem beginning March 28. For more information and to register your child, please visit wsyouthchorus.org or call 336-703-0001. The deadline for registration is March 24.

Members of the WSYC learn vocal technique, theory, singing in other languages, discipline, confidence and teamwork while performing beautiful choral arrangements. The chorus also often collaborates with the UNCSA, The WS Symphony, Piedmont Wind Ensemble, Piedmont Opera and other professional groups in the region.

For more information about the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus visit wsyouthchorus.org.

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