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Auditions Announced for the National Children's Chorus


Girl singingDoes your child love to sing? If so, consider having her audition for the National Children's Chorus.

The National Children's Chorus is currently accepting applications for their spring 2012 season. Auditions will be held on the evenings of Tuesday, February 7th and Thursday, February 9th, at The Church of Saint Paul the Apostle, near Columbus Circle in New York City.

The National Children's Chorus in New York City provides musically talented children the opportunity to learn and grow. Instructors work with students to develop their vocal skills from the most basic concepts through the college level. Tone quality, breath support, and musical expression are cultivated within the individual singers, while working together as an ensemble culminates in world-class performances.

To schedule an appointment, please call the National Children's Chorus at 646-308-1744.

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