The South Shore Children’s Chorus
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What makes the SSCC unique for young people?

The SSCC, a choir for children and teens aged 8 to 17, is a bilingual community dedicated to the musical development of young people through singing and ensemble performance. While learning proper vocal technique, the young choristers enjoy the company of other young people their age who are equally passionate about music.

The choral experience gives them the opportunity to develop not only their musical skills, but also their cooperative, communicative and creative skills, while having loads of fun and making friends for life!

There is nothing more rewarding for young singers than learning to work together in harmony to create a meaningful and beautiful artistic product that they can share with their families and the world.

The SSCC also has opportunities to collaborate with adult choirs, orchestras and other children’s choirs and to give their own concerts.

When and where are the rehearsals?

Tuesdays at the CEC, 485 Birch Avenue (corner of Green Street), J4P 2M7.
Elementary School Choir: 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
High School Choir: 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

*Please note that times may vary by +/- 30 minutes.

Registration fees for the season for the Elementary School Choir are $375 and for the High School Choir are $435, and are payable in two instalments.

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The South Shore Children’s Chorus

425 Birch Street, Saint-Lambert, Qc, Canada

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The South Shore Children’s Chorus