Choral Levels

Choral Levels

The Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus has four choral levels.  Three components of the KSCC, the Tyros, the Ensemble, and the Chorus, are comprised of treble (unchanged) voices.

The fourth component, Bel Canto, accepts female singers who exhibit comprehensive musical skills and maturity.

 

The Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus has four choral levels defined as:

  • Tyros or “beginning learners”: (Preparatory chorus, Level 1) This ensemble is for boys and girls entering grades K-3.
  • Ensemble (Level II): Boys and girls entering grades 3-5 may audition for participation. Exceptions may be made to include younger children who demonstrate advanced music reading skills.
  • Chorus (Level III): Girls and boys (with unchanged voices) who are entering grade 6-8 may audition for participation in this level. Those who have had previous experience in the Ensemble and/or who demonstrate the skill levels necessary for participation in Chorus may be invited into this level at the Director’s discretion.
  • Bel Canto (Level IV): This women ensemble is designed for Choristers entering 9th-12th grades. Eighth grade students who exhibit comprehensive musical skills and maturity may be invited to sing at this level.