Canterbury Voices

Canterbury Voices

In its 20th year, the Canterbury Youth Voices (CYV) of Canterbury Voices is a curricular and performance-based youth choral program which stresses artistic and personal excellence by enhancing the singing skills and musical literacy of children through choral music training and performance opportunities. Children attending public, private and parochial schools, as well as those who are home-schooled, make new friends while experiencing the excitement of music in a supportive and nurturing environment.

CYV values its unique role in central Oklahoma by actively seeking and supporting those young people of all races, ethnicities, and economic status who demonstrate a commitment to better themselves, their schools and communities through training as an auditioned youth singer in the CYV program.

CYV offers several choruses, by audition, for children of all backgrounds.
Apprentice Choir (grade range 2-6) focuses on building vocal techniques and expanding musical literacy. Chorale (grade ranges 7-12) works to refine and expand musical and vocal skills while learning more sophisticated music.

EDUCATOR CONTACT INFO

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  424 Colcord Dr, Suite D, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

405.232.7464

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Camp Canterbury

Program description

Canterbury Youth Voices invites children who love to sing to enroll for the 14th annual Camp Canterbury.  During this summer camp, the CYV staff leads children in developing vocal artistry, good choral techniques and music literacy, all in a dynamic and fun choral setting.

In addition to choir, students get to choose from different music classes including folk dancing, ukulele, and much more!

The camp is offered to all interested singers…

  • Entering grades 2 – 8 in the Fall of 2019
  • Able to match pitch and sing in treble range (unchanged voice)
  • Able to repeat eighth note and quarter note rhythm patterns and read simple music notation
  • With good vocal quality
  • With a good attitude

Dates for the 2020 camp have not been released yet. For information, contact contact Joanie Gregory-Pullen, Programs Manager, at (405) 232-7464.

Booking / scheduling contact

Joanie Gregory-Pullen

   (405) 232-7464

Program detail
Artistic discipline: Music
Cultural Origin:
Program type: Camp
Population served: Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8
Subject:
Bilingual: No
Fees / Ticketing:

The cost for the week is $200.  This tuition includes all instruction, a camp t-shirt and a daily snack.

Before and after care is an additional $50.