Madrigals host caroling workshop for youngsters

By From page A3 | November 06, 2012

The Davis High School Madrigal Singers invite elementary school children to join them for some holiday caroling from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, Nov. 12, the schools’ Veterans Day holiday. This workshop, for kindergarten through sixth-grade students, is an outreach program designed to give youngchildren the opportunity to work with high school singers.

Families can download a student registration form online in the events section of the Davis Madrigals website, www.davismadrigals.com/events or pick up a form at their school office. The cost is $30 per student; a limited number of scholarships are available.

Children participating in this workshop will have the opportunity to participate in the Merry Madrigal Holiday Concert and Sing-Along that the choir is co-hosting with Davis Odd Fellows Lodge on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 2. Children are welcomed to dress in costume and perform the songs they have learned with the choir. Friends and family are encouraged to attend the concert and sing-along to some classic holiday carols.

“The concert brings the traditional splendor of an Olde England holiday season to our many friends and supporters in the community,” a news release said. “The Davis High Madrigal Singers, dressed in full costume authentic to the Renaissance period, will begin the concert with a processional as guests step back into history to enjoy the festive season.”

For more information, email Elizabeth Grassi at [email protected].

Enterprise staff

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