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Children's Choirs

Cathedral Choristers

4th–8th grade (unchanged voice) members learn choral repertoire and the basics of singing. They are also introduced to the rich liturgical tradition of the Catholic Church.

  • Limited to 40 members
  • Rehearsals: Wednesday, 5:45–7:00pm
  • Choristers sing 
    • once a month with The Basilica Cathedral Choir.
    • once a month as leaders of the liturgy
    • the noon Mass on Christmas and Easter. 
  • Tuition of $55.00 per semester. Scholarships available.
  • Voice checks are required and are held in August in the Saint Cecilia Room.

Basilica Boychoir
Boys 4th-8th grade (unchanged voice) are invited to join the Basilica Boychoir. As Cathedral Choristers, members will rehearse with the Choristers and learn choral repertoire, lead liturgies, and learn the basics of singing. 

Contact Teri Larson to schedule a voice check and for more information.

Cathedral Children's Choir

1st–3rd grade members learn good singing technique and liturgical participation.

  • Rehearsal: Wednesdays, 6:00­–7:00pm
  • Sing for mass approximately every other month.
  • Tuition of $50.00 per season.  Scholarships available
  • No audition, but voice check required.

For more information or to schedule your voice check, contact Teri Larson.

Cherub Choir

Children ages Pre-K through K explore musical concepts through movement, Orff instruments and singing.

  • Based on the Kindermusik method. 
  • Rehearsal: Wednesdays, 5:30–6:00pm in the School Choir Room
  • Parent involvement is encouraged.
  • There is a tuition of $50.00 per season.  Scholarships available
  • No audition necessary

For more information, contact Teri Larson.

Junior Cantor Ministry

Young singers can participate in this ministry. Training is geared to each level of singer until they are ready to function as cantor or psalmist on their own.

  • Rehearsal: Wednesdays, 6:00–7:00pm prior to the liturgy junior cantors are scheduled to sing.
  • By audition or selection

For more information, contact Teri Larson.