The Girl Choir of Lawrence University’s Academy of Music will present a concert of “Yuletide Carols” on Sunday, December 19 at 3:00 p.m. in the Lawrence Memorial Chapel.
The concert will feature both familiar and new Christmas music, with several pieces using combined choirs and audience participation. The five choirs, conducted by Molly Tomashek, Cheryl Meyer, and Karen Bruno, contain over 200 members in all. The choirs consist of girls in grades 3 through 12. The Cantabile Choir, whose members are in grades 7-9, will travel to New York in April to sing in the world famous Carnegie Hall.
The Girl Choir Program of the Lawrence Academy of Music seeks to provide quality choral opportunities for girls in the Fox Valley region. Through the study and performance of the highest quality music, the girls develop vocal technique, music reading skills, creativity, expressive artistry, and an awareness of various cultures. The Girl Choir Program strives to create an atmosphere that encourages girls to respect the uniqueness of others, to take risks that foster individual growth, and to continue their development into self-assured young women. Currently there are over 200 girls singing in the Girl Choir program. They represent over 50 schools from throughout Northeastern Wisconsin.
Lawrence University, "“Yuletide Carols” presented by the Lawrence Academy of Music Girl Choir" (2004). Press Releases. Paper 345.