Check out your choir page to listen to music possibilities for 2017-2018.
For those interested in auditioning for MTVA Honor Choir, the auditions will sneak up on you! Especially since we have a two week break just before auditions October 19-21 . Take the time to visit the 2017 2018 MTVA Auditions Page to download your part file and performance example for the SATB and TTBB or SSAA piece in order to internalize your part well in advance. Repetition is extremely important to feel comfortable at the audition.
SENIORS: Remember, if you did not participate in the Ryman event or Freshman Honor Choir/Mid-State or received a Superior rating at Solo/Ensemble, you need to participate in Mid-State Honor Choir or receive a Superior rating at Solo/Ensemble (May 5, same day as prom) AND have 7 semesters of choir in order to wear a pink cord at graduation.
Let me know if you have any questions and see you soon!
Mrs. Morin 🙂
Hi Everyone! Hope you are enjoying your summer. I posted the final concert video on the Chamber Choir page for those who want to save a copy. Check your choir page throughout the summer for performance examples of possible 2017-2018 repertoire. Be safe and have fun!
Saturday, May 27th. Load bus at 12:45 p.m. (WCHS Grand Hallway exit), depart at 1:00 p.m. Graduation will be at the MTSU Murphy Center. We will load the bus directly after the ceremony and return to WCHS. We should return no later than 6:30 p.m.
I need all Chamber members present along with as many Women’s Chorale members as possible! Graduation is by far our largest audience of the year – let’s make this day even more special by presenting a quality performance.
Dress code: PLEASE follow my simple dress code! Ladies: Shoulders covered – can be cap-sleeve or longer, watch skirt length, dress nicely. If wearing pants – no jeans or leggings – only dress pants. Dress shoes do not have to be closed-toe…toes okay! 🙂 Men: Dress pants, button-up shirt with tie, nice shoes.
I am happy to announce I will be offering a voice class next year during skinny block. Originally, it did not show up on the course options sent out yesterday, but that has been fixed. The class will include a master class setting so individual instruction can take place as well. All students will have the option to perform one of their pieces at a spring recital (hopefully, off-site).
We will spend some time preparing for MTVA auditions in August and September followed by learning a variety of literature including classical, contemporary a cappella and Broadway! At the end of the year, you will have a repertoire of music ready for any type of audition including college music scholarship, college choir, musicals and advanced a cappella groups.
SO EXCITED to dig in to this awesome opportunity to share my passion for solo literature, a cappella and Broadway with you!
Sign up today!! Deadline May 26. Click on link below.
Choir friends bonding with smiles, laughter, conversation and our choir mascot for the day – a sweet little turtle. We even had some mandatory quiet time. 🙂 For many seniors, this was their last day. Soon, they will transition from student to WCHS Alum. Thank you for your dedication to our choir family. See you at graduation!!
The audition files, pdfs, sample sight-reading and performance examples have been posted to the MTVA Mid-State and Freshman Honors page. I will have copies of the music available on Monday in class. Let me know if you have any questions.