Choir


Choir


 

Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.

                                                                                          Berthold Auerbach

 Choir is a performing art form that allows students to develop their musical abilities, understanding, and appreciation.

To learn about the benefits of music education click on the following links.

Video Resources  Print Resources
 Does Music Make You Smarter?
The Case for Music Education  Did You Know that Music Makes You Smarter?
Why Music?  Music Makes You Smarter
Music Advocacy Presentation  Singing Changes Your Brain

Choir courses offered at Carlton are Choir 9, Choir 10, Choir 20, and Choir 30. In these courses students continue to develop their aural skills, music literacy, vocal technique, music interpretation and appreciation; and group performance. Students will have an opportunity to sing a number of pieces throughout the course.

To hear our choir perform, use the players below.

Grade 9 students may take Choral 10 for credit.

This course is an introduction to choral singing with emphasis on aural skills, music literacy, vocal technique, music interpretation and appreciation; and group performance. Choir is open to all students, no previous singing experience is required. Students will have an opportunity to sing a number of pieces throughout the course.

Choir 20 is a continuation of Choir 10 with emphasis on the continued development of aural skills, music literacy, vocal technique, music interpretation and appreciation; and group performance. Choir is open to all students, no previous singing experience is required. Students will have an opportunity to sing a number of pieces throughout the course.

Choir 30 is a continuation of Choir 20 with emphasis on the continued development of aural skills, music literacy, vocal technique, music interpretation and appreciation; and group performance. Choir is open to all students, no previous singing experience is required. Students will have an opportunity to sing a number of pieces throughout the course.