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MYC & Prelude
ChoirCamp Concert

Fri., August 18, 1 pm
Performing Arts
1617 N. 2nd St.

Free-will offering

Minnesota Youth Choir Consortium

Minnesota Youth Choir Consortium

MYC has been selected to participate in the 2017 Sing A Mile High Choral Festival in Denver, Colorado!

Launched by the Minnesota Chorale in 2007, the Minneapolis Youth Chorus is an auditioned ensemble open to Minneapolis Public School students in grades 6 through 10. Minneapolis Youth ChorusMYC seeks to enrich the lives of participants by providing them with opportunities to develop their musical gifts in an environment dedicated to the celebration of diversity and the pursuit of artistic excellence. The program is offered at no charge to participants: all costs are borne by the Minnesota Chorale.

Prelude, a choir for 3rd, 4th and 5th graders new to the MYC program, was established in 2012. It is designed as an introductory choral experience for younger singers.

Minnepolis Youth Chorus

MYC rehearses on Monday evenings from 6 to 7:45 p.m., and one Saturday morning per month during the school year. Prelude rehearses on Mondays from 4:45 to 5:45 pm. A one-week "choir camp" for all singers takes place during the summer, daily from 9 a.m. to noon (MYC) and 1 to 3 pm (Prelude).

Admission to both MYC and Prelude takes place via voice checks each spring. Voice checks are conducted in small groups of singers, and require no preparation or appointment. All MPS students going into grades 3 - 7 are welcome.

For more information about MYC, please contact conductor Patrice Arasim via email by >> clicking here.

The Minneapolis Youth Chorus is a Community Partner of the Minneapolis Public Schools, and a founding member of the Minnesota Youth Choir Consortium.

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