Clark County Children’s Choir is the premiere children’s choir in the Las Vegas valley serving children and youth pre-school through high school. Please check out our website to learn more about our choir, what we do, how to join, and how you can support us to provide this great opportunity for our singers.
2013 Spring Festival Concert
Our festival was amazing!
This season and its ending festival were like no other. May 18th we presented our first ever Children’s Choir Festival, hosted by the Clark County Children’s Choir and held on the UNLV Campus. Dr. Bruner, our guest composer, conducted a special workshop with all the participating choirs in this year’s festival. He also be directed two of his own pieces, “If I Could Write a Song,” and the world premier of, “An Irish Blessing” during the evening’s concert. To learn more about Dr. Brunner, please visit his website, davidbrunner.com. Thank you to all who helped to make this happen – the great staff at UNLV, the wonderful and dedicated parent volunteers, the CCCC Executive Board, and our fearless leader, Holly Steed, who isn’t afraid to dream big.
Want to help our program?
Click here to download our CCCC Promotional Brochure. Share it with your friends, neighbors, and others that are looking to share their resources and would like to donate to the choir to ensure the CCCC can continue to provide excellent opportunities and experiences for our youth!
What is Music?
Music is Science
Music is Mathematical
Music is a Foreign Language
Music is History
Music is Physical Education
Music is all these things, but most of all
Music is ART.
Music is taught
not because you are expected to major in music
not because you are expected to play or sing all your life
not so you can relax
not so you can have fun
so you will be human
so you will be sensitive
so you will be closer to an infinite beyond this world
so you will have something to cling to
so you will have more love, more compassion, more gentleness,
more good . . . in short, more life.
Of what value will it be to make a prosperous living unless you know how to live? That is why music is taught!Daniel Mooney, New York
This project is funded, in part, by a grant from the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.