Since 1993, we have created the opportunity for over 2,200
children 7 to 18 years of age to perform in amazing venues in
Sacramento, our nation, and abroad. Our goal is to inspire our
children – and our audiences – with a life-long love of music by
performing different types of musical genres and by utilizing
many languages and different eras.
Is your child interested in joining the Sacramento Children’s
Chorus but you missed our audition date? There is still
time to join. Auditions will be held by appointment
only. Appointments can be made via e-mail. We will
be auditioning singers for level 1, 2, 3 & 4 (second grade
through 10 grade) and our high school choir (11th-12th grade
girls and boys with changed voices).
To inquire about an audition – please e-mail
The Sacramento Children’s Chorus will be part of the Ethan
Bortnick “The Power of Music” live concert on Friday, September
12, 2014 at the Crest Theatre starting at 8:00pm.
Ethan is a 13-year old musical prodigy with an intense
passion for using his music to better the world. We will be
joining him and his special guest, Glee star Damian McGinty,
for a rousing musical performance at the Crest Theatre. You
will not want to miss this show!
The Fall 2014 session of Music Makers – First Experiences in
Music starts Monday, September 22, 2014 and ends Monday, October
27, 2014. This is a 6 week workshop with a parent performance on
the last day.
Sacramento Children’s Chorus kicks off their 22nd season with
their holiday concert with two performances. One on Friday,
Dec. 6, 7:30 p.m.at Westminster Presbyterian Church located at
1300 N Street Sacramento (Map)
and Sunday, Dec. 7, 4:00 p.m.at Carmichael Seventh Day Adventist
Church (Map) located
at 4600 Winding Way. All five choirs will perform under the
direction of Lynn Stevens.
When you support Sacramento Children’s Chorus, you support the
Arts in our community! The SCC partners with individuals,
businesses, corporations, foundations and other organizations to
continue to introduce children to the life-changing opportunities
the arts can provide. We must continue to be a vital part of the
arts community in Sacramento.
All gifts are tax deductible as charitable contributions.
19 years after singing in the Sacramento Children’s Chorus, Mac
shares a powerful story of his journey and how, through music, he
found courage and creativity, skills he uses today as CEO of a
high tech company.
Sacramento Children’s Chorus provides a program that allows
each singer the opportunity to progress and develop at an
individual pace. Choral singing is an excellent way to
provide age-appropriate vocal training for children in
a group setting. I hope we inspire you to attend a concert, learn about the choirs, or find out more
about our special programs.
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