SCJ Children’s Choir: Young people invited to join Gozo choir
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There is something new and exciting about to start in Gozo, as Schola Cantorum Jubilate opens its doors to the very young, inviting them to be part of the SCJ Children’s Choir.
Gozo choir Schola Cantorum Jubilate, has been around for almost seventeen years and has built up an excellent reputation, both locally and abroad, as one of the most highly acclaimed choirs from the Maltese Islands.
SCJ said that it would like to share its successful journey by reaching out to the younger generation – to children who love music, but above all – singing.
The Choir said that young choristers at SCJ Children’s Choir will be given the possibility to improve their singing ability through a good singing technique, while exploring new and exciting repertoire.
Additionally the children will also be taught how to develop their musicianship skills (the ability to read music independently).
“So many benefits are attributed with singing in a choir. Apart from the musical benefits, every child at SCJ will develop a strong sense of commitment and responsibility, learn how to work collectively in a group, develop personal growth and confidence and above all experience the fulfilment that comes from excellent singing,” the choir said.
Those interested to be part of this exciting new choir led by the vibrant choral conductor Ms. Marouska Attard and are between 8 to 14 years of age, are invited to register by not later than the 8th of July. No experience is needed but a love for music and singing is a necessity!
Anyone who is interested can download to register here