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RI Children’s Chorus Auditions

Kids 7-17 can audition for the award-winning Rhode Island Children’s Chorus.

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Audition for the award-winning Rhode Island Children’s Chorus (RICC)!

The 16th season begins in September 2018. Auditions for the RICC choirs are private and are a positive, encouraging experience, according to the Chorus. Each evaluation takes 3-5 minutes, and you may come in at any time during the sessions listed below. No appointment is needed.

Eligible to audition: Students ages 7-17 are invited to meet with Dr. Christine Noel for a brief interview and vocal evaluation. See full schedule and audition information.

• Friday, August 17, 4:30-6:30 pm – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 99 Peirce St., East Greenwich.
• Saturday, August 18, 10:30 am-noon – RI Philharmonic Carter Center, 667 Waterman Ave, East Providence.

The Rhode Island Children’s Chorus is comprised of six choirs in four choir levels. Singers are placed in the appropriate ensemble at the discretion of the Artistic Director, based on age, musical development, and maturity.

Past performance highlights include several collaborations with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra; appearance in film “Moonrise Kingdom;” performance with Grammy award-winner, Colbie Caillat; performances for the American Choral Directors’ Association; singing the National Anthem for the Harlem Globetrotters and the Providence Bruins; and much more.

About the Rhode Island Children’s Chorus

The Rhode Island Children’s Chorus is a non-profit organization, founded in 2003 by Christine Noel, its Artistic Director and Joyce Wolfe, Executive Director. Based in Rhode Island, choral members include children from over 30 cities and towns in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

The mission of the Chorus is to provide children with musical instruction, vocal training, and performance opportunities at the highest level. Through the Chorus, singers develop musical ability, vocal skills, and performance readiness in a friendly, non-competitive atmosphere. According to the Chorus, natural talent emerges, and confidence grows as the singer masters a repertoire that includes classical, contemporary, multicultural, and patriotic choral music. Strong bonds of friendship become a part of the choral experience as they participate in this rewarding artistic activity, according to the Chorus.

Please contact Cassie at The Rhode Island Children’s Chorus for more information.

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