35th Anniversary Alumni Chorus Signup
Every five years, we gather our alumni together to celebrate the many voices, memories and accomplishments of our chorus family!
You are invited to participate in this very special event if you ever sang in chorus and if you have graduated from High School. Click the Signup button below to register BEFORE DECEMBER 15th so we can order music. We can’t wait to see you in May!
ALL THE DETAILS
When: Saturday, May 16th, 2020, 7:30pm
Where: Frederick High School
Rehearsal: Saturday, May 16th, 2020 – 12-3pm
Cost to Participate: $40
Commemorative T-Shirt: $10
Financial Aid is available to those who need it. Apply by sending an email to OfficeManager@fredcc.org.
Concert Attire: All black – long to the floor and sleeves, with brightly colored solid accent.
Examples of appropriate attire:
Men: Black dress pants/black oxford shirt, solid colored tie of any color – bright colors encouraged.
Women: Floor-length long sleeved black dress, or black blouse with long black pants or skirt, solid colored scarf of any color – bright colors encouraged
This uniform is gender fluid/non-binary friendly.
Wear what is comfortable for you as a person.
“Chorus prepared me for both my future in music and my future in general. I came into my college education with so many musical skills that I learned from chorus that really helped me during my studies. In addition to the musical skills I acquired in chorus, the group also shaped me as an individual. There is so much controversy in the world today, and the chorus makes sure that everyone in the group is accepted and accepting, and that has really prepared to be able to make my own decisions and opinions in life.”
-Spencer Simpson, Class of 2017
The time Matty Thomas very politely corrected Mrs. DuBose with the statement, “Mrs. DuBose, I believe you are incorrect.”
~Celia Grove, Class of 2014
My favorite memories of being in the Children’s Chorus include traveling to New Orleans as a group to participate in a choral music festival, and going to summer chorus camp.
~Travis Thorpe, Class of 2011