Our Choirs

Our 501(c)(3) non-profit organization was formed to help children express their passion and joy for choral music, and to develop the child not only as an extraordinary singer, but also as a leader in our schools and communities.  We come alongside schools and offer enrichment programs which teach, through small groups, valuable music and leadership training.  This organization is made up of three choirs.





Vision: To enrich the lives of children with the Messages of the Heart through the power, joy, and beauty of choral music.



The North Texas Children's Choir performs once a year at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, Texas.  This choir is made up of over 200 children from 20 schools throughout the North Texas area.


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Vision: To promote vocal technique, personal development, and the preservation of choral music while empowering singers with confidence and passion to reveal the Messages of the Heart by making beautiful music throughout the world. 



The TYC began its first year in September 2013 with six members.  The first concert was for former First Lady, Mrs. Laura Bush, for the Season of Hope Gala at the Gaylord Texan.  The TYC focuses on learning high-level music, leadership, and touring domestically and internationally.  The first international trip in 2015 was to Ireland with 18 singers, and the second international trip in 2018 will be to Australia.  In order to audition for TYC, you must have been a member of the NTCC.  This select treble choir is made up of singers grades 6-10.


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Vision: To encourage the Messages of the Heart through friendship, fellowship, and leadership with international and national choirs who come together to share their cultures and choral music. 



This is an invitational festival made up of choirs from around the world with guest conductor Dr. Lynne Gackle and clinician Jim Papoulis.  The Festival will be hosted at the Great Wolf Lodge in Grapevine, Texas.  The finale concert will feature an invited gues Prelude Choir and the Festival Choir at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas.

These choirs will come together and spend four days and nights rehearsing, playing, and performing together.  NTMCC will share Texas traditions and hospitality with all the guests as they focus on singing, music, fun and fellowship.



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