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Tziatzan, the children’s choir at Lark Musical Society, offers a unique choral experience that is specially designed for young performers. Open to children aged six to sixteen, the choir meets every Saturday and is divided into three sub-groups based on age. This structure allows the choir to focus on age-appropriate singing techniques and development of vocal range.

At Lark, choral studies are integral to the curriculum, as they enhance the vocal abilities of each student and encourage ensemble participation. Singing in a choir teaches students the value of teamwork, collaboration, and leadership skills that they can apply to all aspects of their lives.

Tziatzan choir also provides several opportunities for students to experience live performances throughout the year. These concerts expose students to fundamental works of music and are designed to showcase the talents of young musicians. Past performances have included works by renowned composers such as B. Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols, J. S. Bach’s B Minor Mass, and Saint Matthew and St. John Passions, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, Mozart’s Mass in C-Minorand Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, alongside traditional Armenian folk songs and new compositions.

Our faculty at Lark Musical Society comprises a talented group of working artists and music educators who bring a wealth of experience to the classroom. Under their guidance, students at Tziatzan are able to develop their singing abilities and gain an appreciation for the rich tradition of choral music.

Join us at Lark, where we offer a unique choral experience that is tailored to the needs of young performers. Our choir provides a supportive and nurturing environment for young musicians to develop their skills and create lifelong friendships. Whether you’re interested in classical music, Armenian folk songs, or contemporary compositions, Tziatzan has something to offer.