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Virtual choirs for youth and adults

This page contains information about the virtual choirs of the Kroc Centers in the Central Territory. If you are interested in participating in a virtual choir, click on the contact button below and put "Virtual Choir" in the subject line. There is Youth Choir for ages 6-13 and an Adult Choir for over ages 14 and up. Specify which choir and what part you would like to sing. You will receive a follow up email with details about participation. The choirs are open to anyone.

Mission Statement

To give musicians an opportunity to perform and belong to an online community. We perform a variety of music that contain messages of hope and encouragement. The goal is to bring together people who have diverse backgrounds but are still able to be unified by music.


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  • ​​​​​​​​The Score (PDF)

  • ​There is a Vocal Score or a Piano/Vocal Score available

  • The videos also contain the music



  • Rehearse using the videos below

  • Part tracks contain a synthesized voice playing the part.

  • Make sure you are solid on the notes and rhythms.

  • Pay careful attention to dynamics, phrasing and breath marks.


Once you have learned the piece you are ready to create the recording. You will need 2 devices: one to play the accompaniment track and one to record. You will also need headphones or earbuds. Follow the steps below to create your recording.​




  • Set-up in a room that will be quiet.

  • Set your recording device horizontally.

  • Make sure lighting is good and we can see your face at all times.

  • Check your background

    • Use a blank wall with no pictures or hangings behind you. A neutral color is preferred.

  • Shoot the video from chest up.

  • Wear a solid dark color.

  • Have your score in a place that cannot be seen in the video.

    • You don’t need to look directly into the camera – sing naturally.


  • Use a device with a good quality microphone to record.

    • iPhones or Smartphones work well.

    • You can also use an external microphone but it is not necessary.

  • The device used for recording should be stable. Use a tripod, music stand or get creative!

  • Use headphones or earbuds to listen the track while you sing.

    • The recording should be only your voice – NO accompaniment should be heard.

  • Plug your headphones into the device that is playing the accompaniment track.

  • Record a small part of the song and check it to make sure the audio and video are good.

  • Record the entire song from the very beginning of the song to the very end.

    • Be aware that even when you are not singing you are still recording.

  • Save your video

    • Use the song title and your last name for the file name.

      • EX. Title (Smith)

  • Upload your video

    • Click on the button below

    • You will have the choice to upload your video or copy and paste a link to your video to share

Behold That Star (Recording Tracks)



Submission Deadline - November 30th

Image by Haley Rivera

Behold That Star (Scores)

Behold That Star (Vocal).pdf

Download File

Behold That Star (Piano/Vocal)

Download File

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