Your child can sing with the Blair Children’s Chorus program

The Blair Children's Chorus programs in concert. (Vanderbilt University)
The Blair Children’s Chorus programs in concert. (Vanderbilt University)

Auditions for the renowned Blair Children’s Chorus program will be held Aug. 13 and 15 at Blair School of Music. The program is founded on the principle of healthy, age-appropriate singing and musical literacy. It has a rich 30-year history of performance throughout the United States, Europe and Central America.

Blair Children’s Chorus comprises six choirs tiered to the musical development of boys and girls in grades 1-12. Beginning with Training Choir (boys and girls grades 1-5), they may progress to Nashville Boychoir (grades 3 and up), Choristers (girls grades 5 and up), Young Men’s Chorus (boys with changed voices) and Concert Choir (girls grades 8-12). Advanced treble students who sing in another BCC choir may audition for Chorale. Chorale often performs with the Nashville Symphony.

Concert choir tours have taken participants to Costa Rica; Dublin, Ireland; England; Germany; and throughout the United States.

(Vanderbilt University)
(Vanderbilt University)

Auditions will be held form 10 a.m. to noon Aug. 13 and from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 15 in Room 1009C at Blair School of Music. No prepared piece or appointment is necessary.

For more information, contact Alison Warford, visit the BCC website, or follow the Blair Children’s Chorus on Facebook.