A Choir is a group of voices that perform together, singing in unison or in harmony, vocally interpreting music pieces in a coordinate way.
This subject’s goal is to develop students’ ability to sing and listen as a group while simultaneously teaching the correct posture, breathing and vocal technique.
We also incorporate elements used in drama with the purpose of developing students’ ability to present themselves onstage in a relaxed, confident and natural way. Creativity, memory, discipline, concentration and teamwork are the inherent elements to a choir’s work.
It’s considered an indispensable subject in practically all music studies because of the musical teachings it brings. Group work generates motivation, a sense of responsibility and it also creates bonds with the school and classmates.
The Children’s Choir is intended for all children ages 6 to 10. Usually they sing in unison.
The Juvenile Choir is for everyone between the ages of 10 and 16. Besides singing in unison, it’s already possible to sing in harmony (2 to 3 voices).