Robert Morgan Choirs
This group experiences a wide variety of repertoire ranging from folk music to classical literature, world music to contemporary styles. The curriculum will also include the study of music theory, sight-reading, ear training and history.
The Women’s Chorus offers a unique opportunity for 9th – 11th grade Academy women to experience and perform women’s choral literature
Varsity Choir (formally Mixed Chorus)
This choir is composed of mainly 11th – 12th grade Academy men and women. The repertoireconsists of a variety of mixed choral literature.
Successful completion of the Vocal Academy requires students to enroll in and complete Music Theory 1, Music Theory 2 and AP Music Theory. The curriculum will include, but is not limited to the study of music theory, sight-reading, ear training and history.
ADDITIONAL VOCAL OPPORTUNITIES
Small Chamber Ensembles
Solo Repertoire Development
National Standards of Music Education
The following National Standards will guide our choral curriculum
along with the Common Core State Standard.
1. Singing, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.
- Performing on instruments, alone and with others, a varied repertoire of music.
- Improvise melodies, variations and accompaniments.
- Compose and arrange music within specified guidelines.
- Read and notate music.
- Listen to, analyze, and describe music.
- Evaluate music and music performances.
- Understand relationships between music, other arts, and disciplines outside the arts.
- Understand music in relation to history and culture.
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