The Utah Children's Choir was founded in 1984 by its director Kay Asay. Over the past many years the choir has had a history of outstanding concerts, choral festivals, and community collaborations with other choirs and orchestras.
The choir has sung in major concert halls including Carnegie Hall, the National Cathedral, Abravanel hall, Riverside Church, The Cathedral of the Madeline, Libby Gardner Hall, The Assembly Hall and the Conference Center in Salt Lake City. The choir sang in the Tuscany International Festival in Florence, Italy and in St. Peter's Basilica in Rome in 1999. In 2009 the UCC performed with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in their Christmas Concerts along with soloist Natalie Cole.
what we offer
One-on-one vocal lessons
2-4 hours of singing direction per week
Singing in prominent venues (Abravanel Hall, Temple Square, etc.)
Opera & stage opportunities
Cheaper tuition than private voice lessons
Well-rounded quality music education