South High School Choir Department
South has 4 vocal ensembles. Keep reading to find out more details about each group. In choir, students learn how to sing, learn how to read music, and get to perform in many different styles! Choir is also a great place to make friends that will last through high school and beyond.
- Perform at the South High School Performing Arts Center
- Perform at festivals at other schools
- Go on a field trip to Disneyland
- And so many other fun experiences!
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This is called Choir A/B in the course catalog. It’s a beginning group that anyone can join without auditioning. Students do not need any experience in music or singing to succeed in this class.
This is called Advanced Choir in the course catalog. Students are required to audition for this group prior to the start of school. However, if you are transferring from another school after the year has begun, you can contact Ms. Pierce about auditioning.
This is a group that meets outside of school. You do not have to be enrolled in either choir class to participate. Show Choir is singing and dancing at the same time and it’s always a lot of fun!
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This is an advanced small group of singers. Students must be concurrently enrolled in at least one of the choir classes and must also audition for this group.
Bekki Pierce started teaching at South in 2015. Her love for music began at a very young age when she started taking piano lessons and then joined choir in 7th grade. After earning her Bachelor’s in Music Education from CSUF, she jumped straight into teaching high school choir and has never looked back. She plays the piano and sings on her church’s praise team and occasionally performs at weddings and other such events. But her real passion for music comes from sharing it with her students. She also teaches AP Music Theory and Fine Arts Seminar at South.
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