Welcome to Detroit Children's Choir

Find your voice… The Detroit Children's Choir ("DCC") uses the power of music education as a cultural platform to foster musical excellence and build an inclusive community of creative, confident and focused youth and teens throughout. southeastern Michigan. The DCC envisions a future as southeast Michigan's cultural focal point for youth choral music through unique experiences that embrace all students, all music, and all genres.

News & Events

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This summer, featured students of the DCC went to the recording studio to record “Never Again” by Rapper Curtis Bates. Their vocals will be featured in the upcoming documentary Shoah Ambassadors, a film directed by Keith Famie, that tells the story of two “ambassadors” who educate youth and teens about the horrors and atrocities of the Holocaust. 

Read the feature story in Detroit Jewish News

Join Our Choir

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We welcome students in grades 3-12 all year round to join our Civic Choir. We are pleased to share that we returned to in-person rehearsals in October and are accepting students into our program. Civic Choir students participate in in-person rehearsals (Zoom if necessary), performances, and weekly voice lessons. 

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Lesson Library

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Looking for a quick singing lesson online? Detroit Children’s Choir is pleased to announce the debut of Quarter Notes with the DCC, a mini series of five minute lessons on vocal technique, music theory, and sight-reading. Use these lessons to develop your tone, breathing, or pitch matching. Other topics include singing through a “voice change,” expression, and many others.

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Your support helps give more students the opportunity to experience joy through song

The Detroit Children’s Choir works with the Detroit Public Schools Community District and other Detroit charter schools to bring choral music education to student. Students come together as an ensemble to build community through song, learn ear-training and sight-reading skills, and how to become better musicians.

Music education helps students have a better sense of mental well-being, display a higher level of creativity, discipline, and learn leadership skills that will serve them throughout their lives. Our choir program is not just about singing notes, but also growing minds and connecting as one.

Our programs are available to children from all economic backgrounds, providing scholarships and other forms of assistance to families in need.

Your contributions make this possible!

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