Mankato Children's Chorus
The MCC Board of Directors will follow the guidelines set by the Mankato Area Public Schools in relation to COVID-19 masking policies.
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2021-2022 Registration is Now Open
Registration for the 2021-2022 season is now open. Just click the Register Here button above and you will be taken to our new online registration experience. Since we have not been able to sing together, we have been working on improving our class management systems to make everyone's life easier.
All 2021-22 students will automatically qualify for a one-time, 50% “Welcome Back” discount. Full tuition will be displayed on the registration form; the 50% discount will show in your registration confirmation email.
All rehearsal's will be in person.
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.