This is your opportunity to take a turn up on stage, conducting the Los Robles Children’s Choir! Enter a bid in our EBAY auction for a chance to conduct a song at the December 7th Holiday Concert!
Sunday, November 10, 2013 2:00 pm
Arete Vocal Ensemble and Amadeus Choir will present ”Hynmody of Earth”
Arete Vocal Ensemble of California Lutheran Universtiy will host a ceremony of songs for voices, hammer dulcimer and percussion by Malcolm Daglish. The music is based on the poetry of Kentucky author Wendell Berry whose work addresses the importance of community, conservation and common sense. Tickets available at Amadeus rehearsals or on the Arete Vocal Ensemble website. www.callutheran.edu/arete
Scott Higgins, hammer dulcimer
Wyant Morton, Conductor
Edward Rouse, Conductor Los Robles Children’s Choir
David Shaffer, percussion
The choirs of Los Robles Children’s Choir will perform an inspiring concert on Saturday, December 7, 2013 at the St Julie Billiart Church in Newbury Park, CA. Holiday favorites will be a part of this magical evening of song in the beautiful acoustic setting of St. Julie Billiart Church. Buy your tickets today!
For tickets or more information contact us: (805) 496-9616
Tickets: $20 Adults $15 Seniors/Students $50 Family 2 Adults & 2 Children
St. Julie Billiart Church is located at 2475 Borchard Rd Newbury Park, CA 91320
Los Robles Children’s Choir is pleased to announce a new choir offering for elementary age students in Simi Valley.
As part of our ongoing commitment to our local community, LRCC has designed a choir course for students looking to have an entry-level choir experience in a developmentally appropriate and fun setting.
Veteran children’s choir conductor, Taryn Koch will be directing this unique choir experience. Taryn teaches chorus at Chaparral Middle School in Moorpark and has worked with the South Bay Children’s Choir in Southern California.
“With the changes in elementary music education funding, LRCC is hoping to offer a choir experience that students are currently unable to have in some of our local schools. We are hoping to partner with parents to help keep singing and music education strong for our children”, says LRCC Artistic Director Edward Rouse.
All children will experience a group vocal evaluation followed by placement into the LRCC Simi Valley Extension Choir. In the choir, students will learn basic vocal skills, sight singing, and introductory music theory.
The choir will meet on Mondays starting February 17, 2014 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm for 10 sessions. The choir will rehearse at Church of the Living Christ located at 171 Royal Ave, Simi Valley, CA 93065.
The choir will be open to children in grades 3rd – 6th with no singing experience necessary. The choir experience will culminate with a performance at the Los Robles Children’s Choir spring concert on May 3, 2014.
Auditions are now being scheduled for our 2013 – 2014 season. Visit our Auditions page to read about how to sign up for an audition!
Please join us at CLU Samuelson Chapel
For tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org
The four ensembles of Los Robles Children’s Choir performed an inspiring concert on December 8, 2012 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza’s Kavli Theatre. A highlight of the evening was hearing all the children singing a combined piece entitled “We are Lights” while holding candles. There were several songs with brass quintet accompaniment and a piece with four-hand piano called “I Saw Three Ships” that simply shimmered. Congratulations to everyone for a beautiful 16th Holiday Concert!
Crossroads Children’s Chorus Festival in Nashville, Tennessee was a unique and musically challenging choir experience for our choristers. Fourteen students from Los Robles Children’s Choir joined with about 50 other choir students from two other children’s choirs from around the United States to take part in a once in a lifetime performance on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry House. Under the direction of Dr. Sandra Snow, our students performed with members of the Nashville Symphony, country music hit maker and writer Jamie O’Neal, soprano star of the Operatic stage Kallen Esperian and Broadway leading man Lawrence Hamilton.