Blush Tones (AKA show choir) is a treble voice ensemble for the advanced singer. Advance choral literature is used from the Renaissance to present-day popular music to learn sight-singing. This particular course will explore barbershop style music using tenor, lead, baritone and bass as sections as well as traditional women's voice choral literatures in SSAA. Students gain sight-singing independence and develop part-singing skills. Students are expected to participate in multiple performances each semester. Singers are expected to perform in a small group or as a soloist. Members will be held to a strict rehearsal regiment needed to ensure the high quality of musical product. Multiple-part singing in English and other languages are prepared and performed at school functions, community events and concerts. Festival participation and competition is determined on a year-to-year basis. This course may be repeated for credit.
Audition and director’s approval are required for enrollment.