Blue River Youth Choir
The priceless outcomes include: the smiles on the campers faces when they master a concept, the confidence one gains from performing, the hugs they receive from a parent or grandparent after a concert.
- Tuesday, Sept 27: Final rehearsal before Fall Concert
- Sunday, Oct 2: FALL CONCERT AT THE STRAND –3:00 – 4:30
- Tuesday, Oct 4: Regular rehearsal (starting Christmas music)
- Tuesday, Oct 11: Regular rehearsal
- Tuesday, Oct 18: FALL BREAK – NO REHEARSAL
- Tuesday, Oct 25: Regular rehearsal
- Tuesday, Nov 1: 10-minute Seminar: Guest Artist &Regular rehearsal
- Tuesday, Nov 8: Regular rehearsal
- Tuesday, Nov 15: 10-Minute Seminar about Musical Theater &Regular rehearsal
- Saturday, Nov 19: DISNEY’S ALADDIN AT CLOWES HALL, 2:00PM
- Tuesday, Nov 22: Regular rehearsal
- Tuesday, Nov 29: Dress rehearsal for Winter Concert
- Sunday, Dec 4: WINTER CONCERT, 2:00PM, First Presbyterian Church
- Tuesday, Dec 6: CHRISTMAS PARTY, end of fall semester
Mission, Purpose, and Vision
- The performance of a variety of music literature including sacred, secular, classical, pop, and cross-cultural genres of music
- Music education with an emphasis on the fundamentals of vocal production and a broad-based music theory curriculum
- The formation of friendships within the choir as well as in the community
- Instilling in each child a love for singing and developing each voice to its fullest potential
- Establishing an environment that promotes personal growth and excellence
Want to Make a Donation?
As a 2021 Founding Donor, your Prelude Gift will create a solid foundation for BRYC and set in motion new artistic opportunities for youth in our community.
Blue River Youth Choir Open House
The benefits of introducing music and art to children
has been well documented.
When children are encouraged to express themselves through music and art, they tap into their inner creativity. They learn how to think outside the box and discover better ways of doing things. These are must-have skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.
As children grow, they take in large amounts of new information that can sometimes become overwhelming. Music provides a safe space for children to explore and deal with their emotions. They can then easily express their ideas and better manage their feelings.
Learning to read and sing music stimulates a child’s intellectual development. Research has shown that young musicians have better memory and learning skills such as verbal memory, literacy, and verbal intelligence. These skills have been linked to improved performance in school.
Self-confidence is one of the greatest benefits of music. While learning to read and perform music, children learn concentration, dedication, and persistence. These skills naturally transfer at school resulting in better classroom performance and, in turn, an increase in self-esteem.