Performing Arts Courses: Chrous

  • Chorus (Beginning)
    Voices: Alto and Soprano
    Singers in Chorus develop the singing voice through application of sound vocal technique-including tone production and enunciation--and develop the ability to read music and to sing harmony parts. Music learned varies from classical to popular. Members of this group perform in a minimum of two concerts during the year. 

    Concert Choir (Beginning)
    Voices: Bass, Baritone, and Tenor
    Singers in Concert Choir develop the singing voice through application of sound vocal technique-including tone production and enunciation--and develop the ability to read music and to sing harmony parts. Music learned varies from classical to popular.  Members of this group perform in a minimum of two concerts during the year. 

    Chamber Singers (Advanced)
    Prerequisites: Audition only.  Concurrent enrollment in Chorus, Concert Choir, or other large ensemble is expected.
    This a cappella group is the most advanced vocal ensemble at Aragon. Their rehearsal and performance schedule is rigorous and demands considerable time outside of the classroom. The class competes in music festivals throughout the year, tours with other music department groups, and performs for school, district, and community events. Chamber Singers also serve as section leaders in either Chorus or Concert Choir and are encouraged to study voice privately. Students perform a variety of styles including classical, show, popular, and jazz. Particular emphasis is placed upon musicianship, sight-singing, genre interpretation, and stylistic performing.