The Louisville Youth Choir has announced registration for its 10-week Primary Choir Program for singers in the first, second and third grades, on Tuesday evenings from February 10 to April 21. No audition is required to participate in this program. The program will conclude with a performance at the annual Pops Concert on April 26.
Rehearsals will be held at Sacred Heart School for the Arts, Angela Hall, bldg. 17 on the Ursuline Campus, 3105 Lexington Road.
“LYC strives to meet unmet artistic needs in our community. A choir for this age level assures that even the youngest singers have the opportunity to explore vocal music. The vast majority of schools are not able to afford this opportunity to elementary age singers—we are fortunate that we can,” says Terri E. Foster, artistic/executive director of The Louisville Youth Choir.
The Louisville Youth Choir is comprised of over 100 singers from more than 40 schools and home schools in the Louisville and southern Indian areas. The Louisville Youth Choir was established in 1967 to create a passion for singing for young people. Its musical repertoire includes many styles and cultures, including major classics and modern works, often performed with soloists and orchestras. The Louisville Youth Choir is artists in residence at Sacred Heart School for the Arts, a member of Sacred Heart Schools.For more information about the Primary Choir Program or to register, call the Louisville Youth Choir office at 502-896-5859 or go to www.louyouthchoir.org for registration forms.
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