Children’s Choir of Teh Internet

“Look at these cute kids of the Children’s Choir of teh Internet performing our tune Cradle! ” –The Joy Formidable

KIds Choir Sings Chemicals Collide. This is just about one of the coolest covers I’ve ever seen of one of our songs. Thanks for the honor!” –Cloud Cult

The Children’s Choir of Teh Internet (Teh Choir) is the core group that this organization is built around.  This choir has grown out of the director’s experience with the Gifford Children’s Choir but is a new ensemble.   This is a children’s choir for children in grades 3-6.   They will be performing in at least two local concerts a year and may travel to perform elsewhere in Wisconsin, the US and the world.   Teh Choir makes recordings for display on YouTube and other video sharing sites and for iTunes and other digital download sites. All children in grades 3-6 in SE Wisconsin are welcome to audition.  This is a high level performing choir that will sing in multiple parts and in many styles but will specialize in music from internet culture and video games.

We rehearse at Lutheran Church of the Resurrection,  322 Ohio Street, Racine, WI.  We also have permission to use Gifford Elementary’s auditorium for video shoots.

There are some options for membership. The year long option starts in September and goes through May. We rehearse on Thursday evenings plus one Saturday a semester for recording videos. There will also be a summer session for recording special projects.

Auditions are on thursdays at 6 PM as are rehearsals.  Comment below or email to sign up for an audition.

A uniform T-shirt will be needed and will cost around $10.00.

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