Their Singing & Their Songs

Children were born to sing. We were all given heartstrings. Some people play the heartstrings and some listen with them. 
When children come together and tune their voices to each other, and balance and blend their 
voices with one another, a special bond is formed.

In choral music we must be strong and know our parts as individuals, yet blend, listen, and support the other singers. Our goal in this game is to score as a unit, as one choir with many parts.

Our technique as individuals and as a choir is essential for our communication, but our desire and purpose is to connect from our hearts to the hearts of our audience. When we achieve this goal, we leave the stage victorious! 

Our songs are specifically chosen to help the singers develop extraordinary musical production. Through the study of diverse music from around the world, our singers have the opportunity to learn about new cultures. We will study the time and place the music was written, what was happening in the world at that time, as well as the composers’ lives.

Our hearts and souls internalize the music as we sing of love, freedom, unity, respect, patriotism, and faith.



Why We Sing...


" I don't feel alive if I am not singing! When I go a day without singing, I feel like I have missed something"

Ben Kern - 8th Grade - TYC and former NTCC    member


"I sing because the music is in my heart and I want to share this gift with others!"

 Aryan Agarwal - 8th grade - TYC and former NTCC member


"Singing allows me to share my heart and soul with others; it challenges me to become a leader"

 Karlie Sherman - 9th grade - TYC and former NTCC member


"Singing is communication for me to tell stories and praise God"

 Courtney Smith - 8th grade - TYC and former NTCC member


"I grew up in a house with music and my mom always encouraged me to sing and listen to music"

 Sofia Verges - 7th grade - TYC and former NTCC member


"I love to sing because music expresses my thoughts, fellings, and ideas through it, and it is also fun!"

 Lexi Meador - 6th grade - TYC and former NTCC member