You can’t get to Carnegie Hall without practice. The Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas may know this better then anyone. During every one of their rehearsals each performer works hard to ensure every note and voice comes together in perfect harmony.
“It’s amazing when you get so many kids in a room that have different voices,” said singer David Holmes.
Becoming a member of this chorus represents years of hard work and dedication to music and performing. Each member is hand selected through auditions and taught to sing at their full potential.
“Sometimes if we don’t know a song, it may not seem like everything is all together, at least at first but when everybody has their part and everybody knows what they’re doing it’s kind of an out of body experience,” said singer Liam McShane.
The Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas has performed for crowds all over the world for over a decade. During that time each child learns to succeed in as well as outside the chorus.
“Generally speaking they do better in school,” said Executive Director of CCGD Terry Harley. “They’re more social. They’re more likely to go to college, and graduate and more likely to become involved citizens.”
Students rehearse during the school year and will perform in several different concerts throughout the year.
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