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and business between students, their parents, and the organizations listed
here is the result of actions taken by those parties. Cobb County School
District, Lost Mountain Middle School and it's employees are not responsible
or associated with any business conducted between these parties. If
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Opportunities from LMMS
GMEA All-State Chorus
All-State Chorus is an exhilarating and fun, three-day event held at the
in Athens, Georgia. It includes groups of the best singers in the state
of Georgia singing with some of the best choral directors from around
the United States. Membership is determined by audition. Preparation for
these auditions will happen during the class day. So much is learned;
friendships are formed; independence and self-confidence grow; beautiful
music is made. It truly is an amazing experience!! Details change
annually and can be found in a post on Edmodo. Students may register for
this event in that assignment in Edmodo.
GMEA District 12 Middle School Honor Chorus
Honor Chorus is a great opportunity for our 7th and 8th
grade students every year. This is
a non-auditioned event that focuses on celebrating studentsí work ethic,
leadership, musical ability, and love of music.
This chorus will be made up of
about 180 Cobb County middle school chorus students.
Each Cobb County Middle school has the opportunity to send a
certain number of students to represent their program.
The cost is $35 (subject to change), however, students should not pay this fee until
they have officially been selected. If selected, students must learn and
practice their music mostly on their own. We will have a few rehearsals
before school and during class to help them along. Details change
annually and can be found in a post on Edmodo. Students may apply to be
selected for this event in that assignment in Edmodo.
GMEA Sixth Grade Statewide Honor Chorus
GMEA Sixth Grade Statewide Honor Chorus is a great
opportunity for our 6th grade students. This is a non-auditioned event
that focuses on celebrating studentsí work ethic, leadership, musical
ability, and love of music. Two choruses will be made up of about 500
students from across the state. Each school has the opportunity to send
up to 4 students. The cost if selected is $45 (subject to change),
however, students should not pay this fee until they have officially
been selected. If selected, students must learn and practice their music
mostly on their own. We will have a few rehearsals before school and
during class to help them along.
If chosen, the student will be
given music and will be responsible for learning the music almost
entirely on their own.
The student and at least one parent will
attend a two-day convention at the Classic Center in Athens, GA. It may
be possible for one or two parents to act as chaperones for the entire
group of Lost Mountain students. All monetary costs to attend will be
the responsibility of the student and their family. The concert will be
recorded on DVD; parents must grant permission for their child to be
videotaped. Details change annually and can be found in a post on
Edmodo. Students may apply to be selected for this event in that
assignment in Edmodo.
Atlanta Young Singers
Established in 1975.
Choirs for grades 2 through 12
Preparatory Choirs: Introduction to Music Making Choir - Grades 2-3;
Training Choir - Grades 4-6
Performance Choirs: Treble Concert Choir - Grades 6-9: Youth Chorale -
Young Menís Choir & Young Womenís Choir - Grades 9-12
Paige Mathis, Director
Georgia Regional Girl's Choir
The Atlanta Boy Choir
One of Georgia's oldest, most famous and and most
established ensembles. This choir has appeared many times with Atlanta
Symphony Orchestra Conductors Robert Shaw and Yoel Levi and under the
direction of founder, Fletcher Wolfe, won a Grammy Award for the
recording of Benjamin Brittens War Requiem.
Fletcher Wolfe, Founder and Director; Dr. Lawrence
Weaver, Assistant Director and Accompanist
The Georgia Boy Choir
Established in 2009, the Georgia Boy Choir is
comprised of a five-tiered system of music education: the Apprentice
Choir, the Training Choir, the Intermediate Choir, the Concert Choir,
and the Young Men's Ensemble
David R. White, Founder and Director
Spivey Hall Children's Choir Program
Founded in 1994. The program consists of three
choirs and draws from 17 metro-Atlanta counties. Membership and
placement in the choirs is by audition, based on artistic merit and
teacher recommendations, with need-based financial assistance available.
Craig Hurley, Director of Young Singers, Music
Specialist at Ford Elementary, Cobb County.
Georgia Youth Choir
Summer Singing Opportunities
Encore! Choir Camp
One of the BEST choir camps in Georgia.
Five-day, four-night camp at Spivey Hall in July
6th through 12th grades
Students stay in dorms, rehearse, eat, and enjoy recreational activities
Students are supervised by camp conductors and teachers.
Spivey Hall Summer Camp
Georgia ACDA Treble Honor Chorus