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The Voice of the City

Columbus Children’s Choir

For Kindergarten through 12th grade, Columbus Children’s Choir is the premier organization for children’s choral education in Central Ohio. We provide talented singers the opportunity to explore music and expand their musical skills to the highest level of their interest and ability.

Testimonials

It was an honor to work with Columbus Children's Choir. They sing with a lot more than confidence. They sing with a humble radiance. It is rare. It is special. And it is beautiful.

– Nick Page
 

Singers who are part of CCC become musically literate which of course supports their overall musicianship. They also learn how to be better vocalists as their voices grow & mature. The directors are qualified, certified music educators who teach age appropriate literature for each choir.

– Amy Johnston
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Columbus Children’s Choir is a highly polished musical group. They are always well prepared and sing with perfect intonation and musicianship. ‘Excellent’ is the best word to describe them!

– Ron Jenkins

Read the Blog

  • 19 Apr TEACHER SPOTLIGHT, RACHEL FOX

    Rachel Fox teaches the Young Musicians I and II classes, helping our youngest singers develop a strong foundation for continuing music education. Outside of Columbus Children’s Choir, Rachel teaches PreK-5 General Music at North Union Elementary in Richwood, Ohio. In 2012, Rachel graduated from Capital......

  • 06 May Why A Mother Gives

    There is never a day that goes by, and especially this time of year, that I don’t think of my Mother. Sadly, she passed away several years ago but her legacy of being a giving, caring Mom lives on. She taught me the importance of......

  • 02 May Spring Concert, May 5th

    We are gearing up for our Spring Concert this Sunday, 3:30 at Upper Arlington High School! The show features all 5 performing choirs and is the grand finale of a season’s worth of hard work. We are so excited to share our music with you!......

  • 24 Apr Thanks, Mom!

    If you’re anything like me, Mother’s Day is a struggle. Yes, we’ll go to brunch. Yes, I’ll get her a card and/or flowers. But what else? I always ask and I always get the same response. “Honey, I like everything you pick out.” “Nothing that......

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