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The Peabody Children’s Chorus, founded in 1989, is dedicated to providing age-appropriate vocal training for young people. Approximately 300 children between the ages of six and eighteen participate each year in three levels of training. Members of the training choir (ages six to ten), the choristers (ages ten to fourteen), and the chamber singers (ages twelve to eighteen) rehearse high-quality treble music of advancing challenge and sophistication, and perform in public concert at least twice a year. The Peabody Children’s Chorus performs frequently with other arts organizations such as the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, the Baltimore Opera Company, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Concert Artists of Baltimore, the Peabody Conservatory’s Opera Theater, and the Peabody Symphony Orchestra. The chorus has performed in masterclasses with Mark Cudek, Vern Falby, Tom Hall, Bobby McFerrin, John Shirley-Quirk, and Webb Wiggins, and has toured in England and France.

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