Community Music Ensembles
Note: These ensembles will not meet during the Fall 2020 semester due to concerns about in-person instrumental and vocal performing. We hope to resume in the Spring of 2021.
Michele Boulet, Director
The Flute Choirs are currently open to middle school through adult students who have had at least two years experience at school and/or with private lessons. Choirs meet each semester, with sufficient enrollment. See application for fees (PDF).
This is a chance for musicians to experience chamber music. The students will have basic musical and technical concepts reinforced and rehearse music in a small ensemble setting. Performances will be scheduled when possible. The rehearsal and performance schedules for each ensemble will be determined by the directors.
Noteworthy, the Seton Hill University Young Singers Ensemble
Lisa Borbonus, Director
Noteworthy, the Seton Hill Young Singers Ensemble, is a place where young people come to do the extraordinary. Children in grades one through eight from across Westmoreland County gather together to become better singers by learning the basics in an age-appropriate and fun manner. This process of ensemble music-making will cultivate each child’s sense of commitment, self-confidence, a love of music and performing. The ensemble experience culminates with a performance for friends and family on the last day of class.
For more information, or to register for an ensemble, please contact the Director of Community Music: (724) 552-2923, firstname.lastname@example.org.