Fifth and sixth grade students learn all aspects of choral performance to prepare for the annual winter and spring performances. To support this, the choir spends a significant percentage of its time on vocal exercise and sound creation. The basic elements of sight-singing, music theory and complex part-singing are introduced throughout the year.
In the spring, students learn a major choral work in detail, focusing not only on the musical elements, but also the extra-musical elements. If and when opportunities arise to take part in community productions, members of this group are encouraged to audition. No previous singing experience is required.