Senior High Chorus
For students completing grades 8-12
Designed for senior high vocalists, the primary focus of this program is developing an exceptional choral experience and individual artistry. Classes include full ensemble and sectional rehearsals, group voice lessons, conducting, and musicianship.
Sopranos: apply as early as possible as enrollment is limited.
Here is what a typical day in the Senior Chorus Program looks like:
8:00- 8:40 am: Sectionals
8:45- 10:00 am: Full Rehearsal
10:15- noon: Choral Electives
Noon- 1:00: lunch
1:15- 2:10 pm: Ensemble Rehearsal
2:00- 3:35 pm: Full Rehearsal
3:45-4:45 pm: Electives
5:15 pm: Dinner and evening activities
10:30 pm - lights out
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Senior Chorus Conductor
Dr. Andrew Megill, University of Illinois
Andrew Megill is Professor of Conducting and Director of Choral Activities at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) and the conductor of three of North America’s finest professional vocal ensembles: the Montreal Symphony Orchestra Chorus, the Carmel Bach Festival Chorale, and Fuma Sacra. His performances have been praised for their “power, subtlety, and nuance” and “profound spirituality” [Le Devoir, Montreal] and have been described as “piercing the heart like a frozen knife” [Monterey Herald] and “leaving the audience gasping in amazement” [Classical NJ]. At the University of Illinois, he leads the oldest doctoral program in choral conducting in the United States.
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