Chester River Youth Choir (CRYC) is a community youth choir dedicated to encouraging and educating singers with age-appropriate music and instruction. The group was first formed in 2013 to be a part of the Chester River Holiday Concert and has remained intact and vital since that time.
CRYC continues to be a part of the Chester River Chorale December program along with many other performances. CRYC presents a Spring Concert yearly – “Poets Sing” (April 2015) featured lyrics by famous poets. That same spring, the choir sang with the Chester River Chorale in “Shakespeare’s Songbook” at Washington College. The Youth Choir has been seen at every National Music Festival Opening Concert since 2014! In December of 2015, CRYC was seen in “A Christmas Carol” presented by the Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre, the same place where CRYC will be performing for the opening ceremonies for the Harry Potter Festival!
The Chester River Youth Choir is sponsored by the Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre, and supported in part by the Chester River Chorale and the Kent County Arts Council.
- Open to all treble voiced singer ages 7-17
- We meet MONDAYS at the Garfield Center – 210 High Street in Chestertown
- 4:15-5:45 pm beginning September 18, 2017
- $40 Registration fee (sibling rate available)
- For more information – check the Garfield Center Website