THANK YOU to everyone who auditioned!!! There were so many fantastic singers and I was blown away by your talent and preparation! I am very sorry that we could not take everyone - please keep singing and working hard for future opportunities!!
If you are part of Concert Choir this year, please stop by to see Mrs. Triscila to get the Google Classroom code to obtain a contract, rehearsal info, etc. Congratulations!
Any student in 7th or 8th Grade may audition to be a part of Concert Choir. You must prepare the two song excerpts provided here for your audition. You will be required to sing by yourself for Mrs. Triscila. Students will be evaluated on pitch, tone, rhythm, control, and preparedness. Please use the music, youtube videos, and practice tracks to prepare for your audition. Auditions will begin on Tuesday, September 3rd. The LAST day to audition will be Tuesday September 10th. Please sign up for an audition time by seeing Mrs. Triscila in the Chorus Room A100.
Please note.... the youtube video for Bells are Ringing is in a LOWER key than Mrs. T's practice tracks! Youtube video is for reference but please use the other tracks to practice!
THANK YOU to EVERYONE who took the time to audition for Concert Choir!!! We had almost 100 students audition and I am SO proud of all of you for your effort, dedication, and bravery! Please do not be discouraged if it did not work out this time - keep working hard toward your goals!!!
Congratulations to the students in this year's Concert Choir!
Thank you to EVERYONE who auditioned!
You all sounded FANTASTIC!
The tracks are labeled by voice part, please choose the correct one!!
Concert Choir is an auditioned ensemble, open to all students in grades 7 and 8, and includes students in chorus, band, orchestra, and music appreciation classes. The Concert Choir has minimal rehearsal time – meeting only 20 minutes during homeroom three days per week. We also meet at least once a month after school! Concert Choir performs during each of the regular choral concerts as well as at Arts Alive, Veteran's Day assembly, and for the School Board. Additionally, they participate in the High Note Festival at Carnegie Mellon University