(COLUMBUS) – The Columbus Indiana Children’s Choir (CICC), a branch of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir (ICC), is hosting its annual Choral Fest summer music camp on May 17-19 for students in third through eighth grade.
The camp will be held at Central Middle School, at 725 7th St. in Columbus.
Early bird registration before April 19th is $55 after that date the cost is $65 per student.
The weekend program is structured as high-quality choral music experiences woven into musical activities. Camp classes teach students how to sing in a group, play certain instruments and develop their onstage and offstage confidence, and the welcoming environment promotes solid friendships.
Throughout the camp, students participate in choir, movement, recorder and Orff instrument classes. At the end of the program on May 19, camp participants are featured in a Choral Fest concert, showcasing the skills they learned during the summer.
Registration for the camps is now open and can be completed at www.icchoir.org/columbus-choral-festival.
About Indianapolis Children’s Choir
Currently in its 33rd season, the Indianapolis Children’s Choir has grown to become one of the largest children’s choirs in the world. Founded by world-renowned children’s choral educator Henry Leck and currently led by Artistic Director Joshua Pedde and Executive Director Don Steffy, the ICC serves 5,500 Central Indiana children from pre-school age through high school. The Indianapolis Children’s Choir nurtures and inspires student achievement through quality music education and the pursuit of artistic excellence in choral music performance. For more information, visit www.icchoir.org.