st. thomas choir school

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St. Thomas Choir School is a tuition-free extra-curricular opportunity for youth that is committed to providing the finest musical education, nurturing the best examples of citizenship while carrying forth the centuries-old tradition of choral singing.

Affiliated with the Royal School of Church Music in America, we adhere to the principle that children are capable of learning to sing the finest in choral music from all composers of all periods and in a variety of languages.  Our choristers are not merely taught how to sing.  Their time is divided between rehearsing the music to be sung in services and in concert, and learning music theory skills, vocal technique, and music reading.  Children need not have had any previous musical experience in order to begin participation in the choir.  

Rehearsal & Performance Schedule (Winter/Spring 2021)

Tuesdays

             Small group instruction (masked/distanced)

             4:30-5:30pm

Wednesdays 

             Small group instruction (masked/distanced)

             5:00-6:00pm

 

Recording for Virtual Services 

             Choristers will record for a virtual Evensong, as well

             as for other choral anthems to be used in

             virtual services

Sundays (on hold until post-COVID):

The choristers generally sing for church

on the second Sunday of each month

(September through June).  A typical 

Sunday consists of: warm-up at 9:15 a.m.,

service at 10:00 a.m., and dismissal at

11:30am. 

 

Additionally, the choristers may be

involved in a Sunday afternoon Choral

Evensong, concert, or other musical 

activity approximately once every 

other month.

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For inquiries, please contact Dr. Stephen G. White, 

Music Director, at 269-965-2244 or                 

music@StThomasBC.org

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St. Thomas Choristers at the Michigan Episcopal Chorister Festival

19 October 2019