Columbus International Children's Choir
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CICC was awarded Gold at 2012 World Choir Games
The Columbus International Children's Choir (CICC) offers top quality singing education and performance experience for children ages 4-18 from Columbus, Dublin, Powell, and other Central Ohio communities.
The choir was awarded gold and silver at 2012 World Choir Games in Cincinnati. CICC was also a finalist in the youth choirs division of the major national competition, The American Prize in 2012 and 2011. The choir was awarded 3rd Place and Honorable Mention, respectively.
CICC performed at Carnegie Hall in New York and has been on concert tours to Beijing, Toronto, Chicago, Fort Wayne, and other places. The choir performed in concerts with many outstanding musicians, including tenor Brian Cheney, violinist Arkadiy Gips, New England Symphonic Ensemble, Columbus Symphony musicians.
Singing in the choir gives children an opportunity to:
- Acquire strong vocal skills
- Develop ability to read and understand music
- Learn music of various styles, time periods, and countries
- Get exposure to foreign languages
- Develop confidence to perform on stage
- Meet and perform with outstanding musicians
- Perform in top national and international venues
- Develop self-discipline and responsibility
- Make new friends
- Visit new places
- And much more!
Each member of the choir gets personal attention from conductors. When necessary, the conductors and vocal coach work with choir members individually or in small groups. Our singers performed leading roles in a variety of venues including school musicals and won numerous awards in local singing competitions.
We invite all children, who love music and want to become better singers, to join The Columbus International Children's Choir.