Greenville Youth Chorale (GYC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit choral arts organization based in Greenville, S.C. with the mission to develop and inspire young singers through excellent choral performance and instruction.
First Impressions Choir is a preparatory choir for children in K5-1st grades. First Impressions rehearses each Thursday evening in downtown Greenville at First Presbyterian Church. Singers develop melodic, rhythmic, and vocal skills through singing, musical games, and movement activities.
Apprentice Choir is an auditioned choir for children in 2nd-4th grades, led by award-winning music educator, Katelyn Ohler. Singers work to develop choral disciplines of focus, listening, and vocal technique while rehearsing each Thursday in downtown Greenville at First Presbyterian Church.
Concert Choir is an auditioned choir for singers in 5th-7th grades led by award-winning composer and conductor, Jon Reid. Concert Choir rehearses in downtown Greenville at First Presbyterian Church each Thursday evening. Concert Choir sings in multiple languages and works to develop mature artistry and vocal technique.
Chamber Singers is an auditioned choir for singers in 8th-12th grades, including changed voices, led by GYC Artistic Director, Laura Cook Brundage. Chamber Singers rehearse in downtown Greenville at First Presbyterian Church each Thursday evening and work to develop mature choral disciplines, artistry, and vocal technique.
Greenville Youth Chorale provides a place for every young person who loves to sing and is committed to personal and vocal growth. Singers may apply year-round, and auditions are held every August, September, and January. For more information about rehearsal times, locations, and tuition, please submit an application for your singer.
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We believe music is in every child and for every child. Founded in 2019, GYC is a 501 (c)(3) choral arts organization that supports 175-200 singers each season through its four ensembles and summer program. We are fortunate to earn 74% of our budget each year; the remaining is funded through generous donations and gifts from individuals, businesses, grants, and foundations.
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