A BLEND OF INDIVIDUAL VOICES &
THE POWER OF ARTISTIC EXPRESSION
Singing has the ability to transform lives: the lives of those who listen to music as well as those who participate in its performance. Musicians at Council Rock High School North experience significant personal growth and development through exposure to high quality choral music. By refining choral and vocal skills, students are offered opportunities for self-expression, aesthetic awareness and the constant challenge of striving for excellence. It is this challenge that inspires everything we do.
Students are exposed to a wide variety of quality choral literature that broadens perspective about life and the human condition. Connections to history, poetry, politics, world cultures, languages, folklore, and literature are made in ways that are different and more personal than a regular academic classroom. Choral music brings students to a deeper awareness of emotion in an amazingly profound way…it is a journey that we take together but has a unique and special destination for everyone. Ultimately, the concert stage performance is a reflection of the unity that comes from teamwork, the blend of individual voices and power of artistic expression.
Council Rock North Choirs
have a busy calendar. Stay up to
date with auditions, rehearsals, opportunities , messages from
Mr. Carlin and much more.
Choirs from CR North take great
pride in having a fine reputation
of outstanding choral performances.
Mark your calendars for our
'20-'21 End of Year Celebration
Thursday, June 3rd, 6pm
Core Creek Park - Pavilion #11
Join us for our end of year celebration and to bid farewell to our graduating seniors. One admission ticket is required for each attendee. Programming for the evening will include awards, senior tributes, SWAG, and music and performances. Families are welcome to attend.
This will be a casual, picnic-style event - rain or shine (the pavilion provides good coverage in case of rain, though we really hope for good weather). The deadline to pre-order meals was Sunday, May 30th. You are still welcome to bring your own, picnic-style meal.
Note about social distancing: The state of PA has announced it will relax its social distancing requirements effective May 31st, so we will be observing appropriate guidelines for outdoor gatherings for health and safety at the time. We hope that this configuration will provide you and your family with the right balance of responsible pandemic precautions, while allowing for some social interaction to recognize and celebrate our graduating seniors.
If you would like to help offset CRNCPA's expenses with an at-will donation, we will definitely put it to good use. Thank you for your generosity!