Youth Chorale (Spring 2016)


Hubbard Hall Youth Chorale
directed by Kyra Fitzgerald, with Richard Cherry
Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00 pm

Spring session: January 13 to May 18 (no rehearsal 2/17, 3/16, 4/13, 4/27)
Performances May 20, 7pm

Cost: FREE

Hubbard Hall Mainstage

Ages 13-18; Participants will meet on Saturday, January 9 from 12-2 pm in the Hall with director Kyra Fitzgerald and Richard Cherry prior to launch of Chorale to discuss their interest in joining and sing to identify their range.  Maximum of 30 participants in year one.   Open to students throughout the Capital Region and VT.   


Based on the legendary model of the Battenkill Chorale, Hubbard Hall is thrilled to launch its first-ever Youth Chorale in fall 2015.  This group will rehearse and perform as part of professional performances in the Hall and have opportunities to tour throughout the region to schools, community centers and retirement communities.  

Are you a teen who loves to sing? Whether you sing solos in the school talent show, rock out in the shower, or prefer to just sing along to the radio in the car, this is a great opportunity for you to learn more and share  your talent with the world! Join the Youth Chorale and become part of a team of singers that will learn the in’s and out’s of vocal performance while preparing to sing beautiful music in front of live audiences!  Students will learn to read music and perform as a group while bolstering their confidence and their abilities to express themselves through rhythm and melody.   

Kyra Fitzgerald (Youth Chorale, Program Director) is graduate of the College of Saint Rose with a degree in Music Education with a concentration in vocal music. She has directed the Cambridge Central School Drama Club for the past two years, directing two concerts and two full-length musical productions. She has participated in chorus since 4th grade including the Select Women’s Chorus in high school as well as All-County and Area-All State Chorus. In college, she participated in a number of vocal ensembles as well as an extra-curricular a cappella group that competed in the ICCAs (as seen in Pitch Perfect). She has been part of the Hubbard Hall community for over a year, working backstage for The Barber of Seville and The Winter Carnival of New Work, as well as performing in Romeo and Juliet, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and this summer’s production of Love’s Labour’s Lost.

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