Phoenix Children’s Chorus was founded in 1984 with just 35 children in two choirs.  Now, in its 37th season, Phoenix Children’s Chorus has blossomed to include over 400 choristers in seven progressively experienced choirs.  With rehearsal locations in the East Valley and Downtown Phoenix, the program includes an artistic team of conductors, accompanists, and music literacy instructors, as well as a executive staff to support, teach, and enrich the lives of the of those in this vibrant, growing organization.

Our Mission

Phoenix Children’s Chorus fosters excellence in youth by facilitating artistic, musical, and cultural development through choral education and performance. We provide a professional environment in which a diverse community advances the talents, self-esteem, and life skills of its members. As global ambassadors, we develop a passion to enrich the world around us by creating perpetual supporters of the arts.

Our Vision

Build a community of life-long supporters of the arts who experience transformational and impactful moments through singing.

Our Core Values

To provide a choral music education – The primary goal of the Phoenix curriculum will be centered on classical music theory and training.
To provide performance opportunities – Performance opportunities play choir to present well-rehearsed programs to suitable audiences.
To provide a positive learning environment – A positive learning environment is encouraged by behavior standards and a dress code. A positive attitude is encouraged for all participants of this organization.
Fostering a team effort – Each voice is essential to the sound of the entire choir. Each voice is essential in rehearsal and in performance. A choir is very much a team effort, every voice is a first string voice, there are no bench sitters.
Fostering self-discipline and self-esteem – The self-discipline of weekly rehearsals and daily practice to perfect the art of singing provides a strong base of confidence which results in individual self-esteem. As a choir working towards a performance goal, the discipline of the group will result in a concert that builds the choir’s self-esteem.