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Les Petits Chanteurs de Beauport
The Petits Chanteurs de Beauport bring together young people between the ages of 9 and 17. For them, choral training is more than a hobby: choristers not only learn to sing while mastering a good vocal technique, they also develop the personal discipline needed for a polished public performance.
Les Petits Chanteurs de la Maîtrise du Cap
The Petits Chanteurs de la Maîtrise du Cap receive their musical training at the École de Musique Jacques-Hétu. Music lessons are integrated into students’ academic schedules as part of the Musique-études program offered by the Chemin-du-Roy School Board.
Les Petits Chanteurs de Charlesbourg
For the Petits Chanteurs de Charlesbourg (PCC), the musical development and the happiness of its young choristers are top priorities. Musical learning is achieved through the mastery of an instrument unique to each individual - the voice! This choir works in a stimulating and pleasant learning environment that promotes the development of its young people.
Les Petits Chanteurs de Granby
Les Petits Chanteurs de Granby are living proof that choral singing offers countless rewards. Connections between members of this great family are reinforced through music –of course, but also through numerous other activities, camps, and trips.
La Maîtrise des Petits Chanteurs de Québec
The little singers of the Maîtrise benefit from solid musical training offered in a stimulating and well-directed school setting. This choir of more than 250 boys and girls is made up of students from grades 1 to 11 from the choral singing option of École Anne-Hébert and the sports-arts-études program of École Cardinal-Roy, two institutions of the Commission scolaire de la Capitale.
Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal
The maîtrise of the Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal pursues an educational project that has proven itself for over sixty years: providing advanced musical instruction to elementary students who, in addition to regular school curriculum, receive approximately three hours a day of musical training. All students study piano, solfege, vocal technique, and choral singing, as well as sacred and secular repertoire. In high school, training also includes repertoire and initiation to musical composition.
La Chorale Loyola High School
The continuation of a long-standing musical tradition at Loyola High School, the Loyola Choir as it stands is celebrating its 10th year of existence as a weekly extracurricular activity. Directed by Mme. Marthe Lacasse since 2007, the choir is composed of students from Secondary 1-5 who sing in mixed voices. The choir is present at all school liturgies - a dozen per year, and also performs during various social events.
Les Petits Chanteurs de Trois-Rivières
The Petits Chanteurs de Trois-Rivières are more than a school: they are a family and a jewel of community pride. They are also a mixed maîtrise of children, teens and adults, a group of teens (Haute-Section), volunteer parents, a foundation and a dynamic board of directors.
Choeur d'enfants des Patriotes
The Choeur d’enfants des Patriotes includes children aged 8 to 14 from different Toronto schools who share a common joy: singing in French. Its main objective is to teach children to sing in polyphony and thus show them the world through music! Its repertoire consists of sacred and secular songs (folk, popular etc).
Sacred Heart Children's Choir and Ringers
Singing and Handbell ringing for young people at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. We meet every Friday and Saturday. The group was among the choirs featured at the recent Community Carol Sing at the Salvation Army.
Also last year local families hosted young musicians from Quebec, the United States and France, and the choir became the second group in English Canada to be admitted to the international Catholic music organization, Pueri Cantores. The choir also won a trophy and a scholarship at their first appearance in the city’s Kiwanis Music Festival. Membership in the bell-ringers/singers choir is free and new members are always welcome.
St. Michael's Choir School creates an environment that allows each student to live the motto upon which the School was founded: He who sings, prays twice. Each boy will be supported and mentored as he devotes all that he is for the glory of God through the study and service of sacred music in the Cathedral, and through academic achievement.