Lang Ranch Junior Chorus Spring 2014
Location: Lang Ranch Elementary School
Room: Check with the School Office
Feb 1-May 23, 2014
Meets 2:45 PM-3:20 PM
Level: 1st through 2nd Grade
Status: This class is completed
Junior Chorus is open to students grade 1-2. Chorus meets Mondays from 2:45pm to 3:30pm. The Elementary Chorus Program is held in two semesters and runs for the entire year.
Through the Elementary School Chorus Program, the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley strives in helping students find their inner voice of music. The Arts Council feels that making music involves complex, higher order neural processes that integrate aural, spatial, logical, linguistic, kinesthetic, and emotional connection. We hope that the Elementary School Chorus program will be a pathway for each student to discover an appreciation for music.
Instructor -- Kayla Bailey
Miss Bailey received her Bachelor of Arts in Music from California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and is currently in her final semester of study for her Masters degree in Voice Performance at California State University Northridge. At CSUN, she has performed in several operas and concerts with the University Symphony and is currently in rehearsals for the university’s fall production of Die Fledermaus. This past summer, Miss Bailey performed internationally, studying and performing opera and music theatre in Graz, Austria, as part of the American Institute of Musical Studies. Nominated for Volunteer of the Year by the Moorpark Chamber of Commerce in 2012, Miss Bailey is active in the community, having served as Miss Ventura County 2012 and currently serving as Miss Gold Coast 2013. She also acts as a committee member for the Ventura/Santa Barbara County Scholarship Association, which produces the annual Miss Ventura County Pageant, a local Miss America Organization competition. In addition to performing and volunteering, Miss Bailey is a music specialist for the Los Cerritos Middle School Choral program and a rehearsal assistant for the Los Robles Children’s Choir. She also teaches private voice lessons from her home in Moorpark and sings in Areté Vocal Ensemble in Thousand Oaks.
- Supplemental material will be provided by the instructor at no extra charge. Concert attire is black bottoms (nice pants or skirts) with white blouse or white button-up shirt. Hair should be tied back and neat.
- Prorated refunds are possible with approval by the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley. Full refunds may be granted for extenuating circumstances. All refunds are subject to a minimum cancellation fee of $28.00 after the second class meeting. To request refund you must contact the Hillcrest Center for the Arts at (805) 381-2747 or via email at hcfaRegistration@cprd.org. Please note: Refunds for payments by check will take 4-6 weeks to process. Refunds for Online credit card payments will be processed on the same credit card and take 2-4 days to process.