Cantabile Boys and Girls Choir | Grades 4-7
Students in Cantabile will focus on singing as an ensemble to prepare music for the concert, including songs in foreign languages. Students will also begin practicing basic sight-singing using solfege. We will enjoy different genres and styles of music, unison, 2 and 3 part music, rounds and folk songs, movement, and studying a little music history and famous composers. This group is appropriate for boys with unchanged voices, or who can still sing comfortably in their falsetto.
Class: Cantabile Boys and Girls Choir
Tutor: Kayla Krizek
Spring Semester: September 6 – December 13, 2017 (no classes November 22)
Time: Wednesdays from 12:30-1:30pm
Cantabile is a choir for children grades 4-7, including boys with an unchanged voice. Boys with a changing or changed voice should contact Lisa Bernard.
Mrs. Kayla Krizek is delighted to be a part of TCHA. She has taught music in public, private, and charter school settings to students in grades K-12 in the Twin Cities and holds a current Minnesota teaching license. She herself was homeschooled in grades 7-12! A member of ACDA, Kayla served as co-chair of the Minnesota American Choral Directors’ Association 4th-5th-6th grade Girls’ Honor Choir. Musical theatre is one of Kayla’s biggest passions. She has performed as the Narrator in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” Cinderella in “Into the Woods,” Tzeitel in “Fiddler on the Roof,” Belle in “Beauty and the Beast,” and Liesel in “The Sound of Music.” Kayla, her husband Elliott, and daughters Cora and Hazel enjoy being outside together, gardening, camping, and cooking good food. As a member of the Southern Gospel group Sweetwater Revival, Kayla travels and sings in numerous concerts and venues. She also works with new and expectant mothers as a certified birth doula!
2017 Fall Semester
September 6, 2017 – Class begins
November 22 – No TCHA classes (Thanksgiving break)
December 13 – Last day of class
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