Texas Music Conservatory Classes

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Texas Music Conservatory classes engage musicians with rigorous instruction in a challenging, but supportive, environment. With a foundation in music literacy, and an emphasis on healthy vocal techniques, members will build a sense of self independence along with becoming a part of a positive collaborative environment.

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 2021-2022 SEASON

Classes begin week of August 30th, 2021 and run through June 4th, 2022.

Texas Music Conservatory classes are designed to engage the student with rigorous instruction in a challenging, but supportive, environment. Highly qualified instructors help to ensure that students are learning using correct technique. This program is built on the legacy of artistic excellence established through the Texas Boys Choir over 75 years ago.

Community Children’s Choir @ TeSA (Grades K-5)

Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm @ TeSA Choir Room

Led by the Texas Boys Choir Artistic Director, students will learn the fundamentals of music literacy, healthy vocal technique, and how to build a sense of self independence and collaboration with their peers. Our curriculum has foundations in Kodaly methods of solfege training and extended artistic training based on the National Core Art Standards and beyond. This ensemble will perform in the TBC Christmas Concert as well as the Texas Music Conservatory Vocal Recital.

Community Children’s Choir @ FWAFA (Grades 3-6)

Tuesdays, 4:15-5:45pm @ FWAFA Choir Room

Led by the Singing Girls of Texas Artistic Director, students will learn the fundamentals of music literacy, healthy vocal technique, and how to build a sense of self independence and collaboration with their peers. Our curriculum has foundations in Kodaly methods of solfege training and extended artistic training based on the National Core Art Standards and beyond. This ensemble will perform in the SGT Spring Concert as well as the Texas Music Conservatory Vocal Recital.

Texas Music Conservatory ensemble courses are designed to engage the student with rigorous instruction in a challenging, but supportive, environment.

Texas Boys Choir Students