Berkshire Children’s Chorus will be launching its 30th season this September, with Covid precautions in place, and we are now enrolling young people in grades 4 through 9 to sing with us. We invite families to meet our new Artistic Director Ryan LaBoy and learn more about singing in the Chorus at a singalong to the Disney film Moana Saturday, August 28th at 7:00, outdoors at the Mason Library in Great Barrington. RSVP here. If you are interested in having your child join the Chorus, email Ryan: ryan [at] berkshirechildrenschorus.org.
Berkshire Children’s Chorus provides students with musical experiences that develop personal and artistic excellence, support the growth of positive values, and enrich our community.
Berkshire Children’s Chorus is an independent community chorus for students grades 1-12 in the Southern Berkshires and surrounding communities who are interested in working on the finest treble choir music available.
“I love being in The Berkshire Children’s Chorus because I love singing. It just brings me joy and I have these moments when I’m singing where everything feels exactly right.” – Miranda, grade 7.
Our Take the Lead! program is supported by grants from the Local Cultural Councils in our region, including the Alford/Egremont Cultural Council, Great Barrington Cultural Council, Lee Cultural Council, Lenox Cultural Council, Monterey Cultural Council, Mount Washington Cultural Council, New Marlborough Cultural Council, Richmond Cultural Council, Sheffield Cultural Council, and Stockbridge Cultural Council, which are all local agencies supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.