BDACT Children’s Chorus- ONE VOICE

by Jim Dittmann
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The Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre is proud to start another great opportunity for our youth in the area: The BDACT Children’s Chorus- ONE VOICE.  If you like to sing- this chorus is for you! This chorus will be open for ALL singers in the area who are in grades 3-5. This includes students at parochial schools, home school, and surrounding communities.

(Grades 3-5 Children’s Chorus)

Tuesday, December 4, at 6:00 pm or
Sunday, December 9, at 4:30
219 N. spring St.

REHEARSALS: January 27, February 3,10,17, 24, March 10, 17, April 7, 14, 28, May 5. (5:00 – 6:00 pm)

LOCATION: BDACT FINE ARTS CENTER located at 117 West Maple Ave. in Beaver Dam for rehearsals and performances.

CONCERTS: March 3 and May 10

REGISTRATION: Parent/Guardian and Singer must attend one of the registration meetings on Tuesday, December 4, at 6:00 pm or on Sunday, December 9, at 4:30 (after the Packer game) for about 30 minutes. These meetings will take place at the old community theater building located at 219 N. spring St.

Cost is $40 per semester (non-refundable)


Retired music educators Judy Heffron and Darby Hintz are developing and directing the youth choir (Grades 3-5) – ONE VOICE.

Darby and Judy had careers teaching hundreds and hundreds of singers in kindergarten through sixth grade. Between the two licensed school directors there is more than 70 years of combined experience directing children’s choruses.  They both have extensive backgrounds in knowing how to teach kids how to read music, to perform better and to sing better.

There will be a difference between a school concert and a ONE VOICE concert. ONE VOICE is definitely a performance group, meant to entertain the audience. In a school chorus setting, classes show off the skills they are working on so the focus is not necessarily to entertaintainment.

“ONE VOICE is for everybody who wants to sing, and yes, it could allow someone with talent to really shine if he or she wants to. There will be a wide variety of music,” Heffron said. “We have some popular music, and some cultural music. There will be something for every taste.”


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