Mankato Children's Chorus
After careful consideration, and in line with guidance from public health officials and Governor Walz’s office, MCC has cancelled April rehearsals and our Season Finale Concert that was to be held on Sunday, May 3.
During this time of quarantine and social distancing, we are committed to maintaining a sense of community, friendship, and music-making. We especially encourage all members of our MCC family to support one another during this trying time.
We thank you, our choir students, for your talent, intelligence, excitement, and joy for music. Ultimately, these are things that belong to you, are a part of you, and can never be taken away—not by this current crisis or any crisis in the future. Though we are apart, we very much look forward to the time we can come together and sing with each other once again.
We also thank our community for standing by us and supporting our efforts to keep music alive and active. Together, we will get through this, and our voices will rise again!
Registration for the 2020 - 2021 Season will be updated as soon as a decision has been made regarding rehearsals and performances based on guidance from public health officials and Governor Walz’s office.
Join us in SONG - Sunday, May 3rd at 3:00pm
Wherever you are, we invite you to sing “Omnia Sol” with our MCC community. See the invitation and watch the video HERE.
Send a video or photo of you and/or your family members singing to our MCC email address: email@example.com
We would love to see how you participated!
Building a musical community one voice at a time
The Mankato Children’s Chorus (MCC) is dedicated to providing an opportunity for any interested youth to experience the joy of singing while developing healthy vocal techniques. Through rehearsal and performance of quality choral music, singers will develop artistic expressiveness, self-confidence, a cooperative spirit,and the joy of working toward and achieving goals with other singers.
MCC Registers new singers from May to September and again during the month of January.
If you know a child that likes to sing, contact us for more information to register for our current season.
MCC is a non-profit, non-auditioned community choir with 5 choirs for singers in grades 1 - 12.
Send us an email or call if you have questions
MCC is committed to exposing youth to age appropriate choral literature that is well crafted and of merit for the young singer. There are numerous considerations when choosing appropriate quality choral music. Music selected may be sacred, spiritual, classical, folk, jazz, popular or a number of other types of music.
Member of Twin Rivers Center for the Arts
This activity is made possible in part by the Minnesota State Arts Board Community Arts Education Support grant and the Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council Arts and Cultural Heritage grant through an appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature from the State’s general fund and its arts and cultural heritage fund with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on November 4, 2008.