Artistic Director: Sharon Smith
(509) 714-0555


 


"Growing Together in Artistry"

Crescendo Community Chorus offers youth an inspiring, professional, and affordable choral experience.

Now Enrolling!

Please call 714-0555 for information and to schedule a placement audition or Contact Us.

Upcoming Events
 

Come visit us at Riverfront Park for

Kids Day on Saturday, August 9th from 11-5pm &

Unity in the Community Saturday, August 16 from 10-4pm.

 

Both of these events are free.

 

Kids Day offers a variety of activities, information booths,

and entertainment geared towards kids.

 

Unity in the Community is a celebration highlighting

the cultural diversity of Spokane.



Rehearsals will begin in September.
Please call for registration information.
(509) 714-0555


 Crescendo Community Chorus is a proud member of the

Spokane Youth Music Consortium

We depend on our supporters to provide essential funding for our programs! Tuition covers less than half of our program costs and we rely upon and greatly appreciate your generous support.


Thank you

to our wonderful supporters:

 

Sharon Smith

Donna Wheeler

Dr. Elizabeth Welty

Richard Turner

Ann Nesbitt

Jurene Phaneuf

Jan Gerards

Dena Tippets

Frank Payn

Phyllis Cohrs

Holly Ferguson

Roger Nelson

Samuel Mahaffy

Renee Rinderknecht


St. Stephen's Episcopal Church

Knox Presbyterian Church

Bethany Presbyterian Church

If you would like to support Crescendo Community Chorus,
please send your donations to
PO Box 9961
Spokane, WA  99209

About Us

Crescendo, formerly known as Kinderchor of Spokane Youth Choruses, is a Children’s Choral program that was established to create an opportunity for children to access a quality choral experience regardless of economic circumstance. Funding is required from sources other than tuition to run the majority of the program. In scope, this choral program reaches outside of the Spokane city limits to the neighboring communities. 

 

A special focus is placed on the development of musical skills as well as commitment to group process. Through rehearsal and performance, each singer will be able to gain accomplishment by growing in musical understanding and in sharing that knowledge. In so doing, the child will have an opportunity to build his/her self esteem.

 

Special effort is made to perform and socialize with other children’s choruses within the Inland Northwest. In this opportunity, they are able to share and learn from other quality programs in our region. There are also occasions to share their music with singers in other cities and to be ambassadors of the Spokane arts community within the region.  

 

Crescendo Community Chorus, originally known as the South Hill Children’s Chorus supported by St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, was reorganized in 2007 to reach a broader age group and wider geographical area. As part of this new direction, the name was changed to Kinderchor of Spokane and 501(c) 3 status was established. As the organization grew and reached its 10th anniversary in 2013, it seemed like the perfect time to find a new name that would reflect the hearts of the singers and goals of the organization. Crescendo, a musical term relating to the gradual increase in volume of a musical passage, seemed to be a perfect fit!


A great piece about the organization was published by The Spokesman Review. Take a look at it here:

"Kinderchor Sets Stage For Childrens Artistic, Personal Growth"

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