Sharing the Spirit of Christmas Through Music

On Saturday December 10th, Circle City Chorale along with the Circle City Singers and the Circle City Children’s Choir performed their 6th Annual Christmas Concert to a sold-out audience in attendance. In addition to grand favorites like “Oh Come, All Ye Faithful”, “Betelehemu”, and “Hallelujah Chorus” (from Handel’s Messiah), the ever growing C3 unveiled some brave technical pieces like the Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s own “Deck the Hall” arranged by Mack Wilberg. The Chorale also introduced new favorites this year to an enthusiastic applause, namely, “The Twelve Days of a Regifted Christmas” by Greg Gilpin which featured solos by several members, each one displaying a particular unwanted regifted item and included a light-hearted “feather boa” section that caught the men off of their guard. Hilarity ensued. Continue reading »

Summer 2016 – Vocal Workshops!

The Circle City Chorale will host two vocal workshops on July 25th, 2016 at the newly-renovated Circle City Center. The class is open to all members of our community. Please RSVP before July 18th, 2016 by calling Angela Rosser at 951-272-8848 or by emailing us at!

Youth Vocal Workshop – 5:00pm – 6:00pm

This class will cover the fundamentals of singing, reading music and what it takes to sing in a group setting.Additional focus will target posture, breathing for singers, preparing for auditions and performances, and singing in harmony.

These are just a few things that will help solo or choir singers improve their musical knowledge and overall performance. All of this will be done in a fun, classroom setting with singing throughout the workshop.

Adult Vocal Workshop – 6:30pm – 8:00pm 

This class will focus on the fundamentals of singing for the beginning to intermediate singer. Aside from posture, proper breathing mechanics, vocal exercises, and proper vocal placement throughout the vocal registers, you’ll learn about yourself!

In a safe, active, fun and intense group setting, you’ll learn not only the “what” of vocal mechanics, but also the “how” and “why” as you learn how to become more attuned to your own special and unique instrument.