HCCC is committed never to turn away a student based on inability to pay for membership. To that end, we seek grant funding for our financial assistance program. Ninestar Connect is an important community partner helping to make our financial assistance program sustainable.
February 20, 2017 is a red letter day for HCCC! We will celebrate the opening of our brand new office at 312 E Main Street, Greenfield, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Greenfield Chamber of Commerce and officiated the honorable Chuck Fewell, mayor of Greenfield. After the ribbon cutting, Mayor Fewell will proclaim February 20 as Hancock County Children's Choir Day in Greenfield! The choir will sing, and refreshments will be served. Please join us in celebrating this milestone event!
FIELD TRIPS AND FUN
Spring Choir Banquet
HCCC extends its grateful thanks to our major sponsors and community partners:
There is room for you in the Hancock County Children's Choir! Join us for an exciting music education program that includes instruction in vocal production, music theory, sight-singing, public speaking, etiquette, and stage presence.
Schedule your audition or assessment by filling out the form located on the contact page or by calling 317.620.0096.
HCCC received a generous grant from the Hancock County Community Foundation to purchase storage furniture for our choir property!
We are so thankful for philanthropic organizations like the HCCF that provide funding for office needs, enabling us to be equipped to serve our students!
HCCC was invited to sing at the GMA Dove Awards in Nashville, TN in October. Choir members were given the opportunity to sing with Grammy and Dove Award winning singer Stephen Curtis Chapman at the nationally televised award show. Five of our singers took the opportunity and had a wonderful time!
Field Trips and Fun Activities
With recording artist, Hollyn.
All of life has a rhythm: the seasons of the year, the orbit of the planets, the ebb and flow of ocean tides. Rhythm plays an important role in life, and it's arguably the most important component of music. It drives the music and keeps everyone singing and playing together. It sets your feet to tapping and can even affect your mood! Come and enjoy the variety of lyrical, beautiful, inspiring, and just plain fun musical pieces we have prepared for our spring concert.
Do you feel the rhythm? We're sure you will after this performance!
Enjoy our traditional Saturday evening performance or come to our new Sunday afternoon matinee!
We love community partners! Carnegie's Restaurant, 100 W North Street, Greenfield, has claimed the title sponsorship for the choir's spring concert. Providing a fine dining experience in Greenfield since 1999, Executive Chef and Owner Ian Harrison is joining hands with the choir to host our annual Etiquette Luncheon for choir members. HCCC is grateful to community partners like Mr. Harrison who use their businesses to support our mission and vision: opening doors of opportunity to students in Hancock and surrounding counties.
With Joel Smallbone from the
band For King and Country.
HCCC singers on the red carpet.