UNC Charlotte Children’s Choir seeks eager voices

Jan 12, 2017 | Events, UNC Charlotte

UNC Charlotte Children's ChoirDoes your child love singing? The UNC Charlotte Children’s Choir for third- through fifth-graders has opened enrollment for this free opportunity from the Music Department to learn voice and perform.

For 14 weeks starting Jan. 23, students can take part in this choral ensemble led by artistic director Ginger Wyrick. Professor Wyrick is a widely sought-after choral conductor, pedagogue, and expert in children’s choral music. University music education students will also assist in teaching the choir students.

This opportunity is being offered to students free of charge.

This is the ninth year of the UNC Charlotte Children’s Choir, which has grown to more than 70 participants from Charlotte-Mecklenburg and Cabarrus County schools.

Spring 2016 concert

Spring 2016 concert in Robinson Hall

Rehearsals will be on campus in the Robinson Hall for the Performing Arts on Mondays from 4:45 to 6 pm, beginning Jan. 23. Students may be dropped off at the front entrance of Robinson Hall and will be greeted by a Lab Choir Assistant (look for the adult wearing a name badge), and then picked up in the same location.

At the end of the semester, a performance of the children’s work will be presented for parents and the community in the Anne R. Belk Theater in Robinson Hall on campus.


Receive Up to Date News

Receive Economic Development News

View Past Newsletters

View Post by Category

Press Releases

Meet Jordan Harris

This month, UCP welcomed Jordan Harris as the Director of Community Development and Outreach. With over a decade of community relations experience in various roles, most recently serving as the associate director of community relations at UNC Charlotte. In her new...

We’re Back…with a Vision!

University City Vision Plan – Connecting: People. Places. Nature. The growth and development being realized in University City is nothing short of transformational.  Major investments in transportation and mobility infrastructure, thousands of new rooftops, new...

University City launches Barton Creek Greenway Native Meadow

By Azania Herron University City Partners, University of North Carolina at Charlotte Botanical Gardens and North Carolina Native Plant Society have partnered to install Barton Creek Greenway Native Meadows, a community native plant project in University City. On April...

New Farmers Market to open Oct. 3 at University Place

University City Partners announces the opening of University City Farmers Market on Oct. 3 around the lake at The Shoppes at University Place. Shoppers will find fresh local produce, food preparation programs and live entertainment. Open every Saturday in October The...

University City Wine Fest to Offer Socially Distanced Activities

New This Year: Wine on the Water and a Boutique Dining Experience.  Greystar University City Wine Fest will return this fall at multiple locations around the lake and boardwalk at Shoppes at University Place. The fourth annual festival will take place from September...

Where Will They Play?

We need more parks now – YOU CAN HELP A crisis caused by Charlotte’s explosive growth and government inaction threatens one of the most important assets of every truly livable city – public parks.   A recent nationwide study revealed that Charlotte has the least...