Choral Music

  • MHS Winter Gala flyerArts Angels Presents:


    Fundraiser for the Aloha State Choral Festival!

    The Mele Kelikimaka Winter Gala will feature MHS vocalists singing solos, duets, and holiday carols. There will be raffles, food, beverages, and more! Tickets are presale only so don't miss out! Get your ticket today for a fun, holiday extravaganza! 

    The Malibu Middle Honors Choir and High School singers will be traveling to Hawaii in the spring to participate in the Aloha State Choral Festival. They will have the opportunity to perform in front of and receive evaluations from world-renown choral musicians as well as perform in a mass choir of singers nationwide and abroad. All proceeds from the Winter Gala will go towards the choral department and support our participation in the Aloha State Choral Festival. 

    DECEMBER 4, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
    28128 Pacific Coast Highway
    Malibu, CA 90265

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    The Choral Music Program at MHS has an ensemble for every student, from kids who love to sing in the shower to those with professional training. The program’s mission is to provide young singers the opportunity to experience musical excellence through a performance-based program that teaches musical skills through a sacred and secular choral repertoire. Students learn performance techniques and musical literacy from director Krysta Sorensen as they perform in the school’s two ensembles:

    The High School Chorale is a large ensemble open to students in grades 9-12 interested in choral singing. Students will study a varied repertoire of choral literature representing different historical periods, styles, and cultures. This course is a study of advanced choral singing, performance techniques, and music literacy. This ensemble will perform in several school concerts, festivals, and clinics.

    The Chamber Singers is an advanced auditioned ensemble for students in grades 9-12. Students may receive college credit for this course through SMC. Students are expected to demonstrate a high level of commitment to preparation of music outside of class time as well as after school rehearsals and performances. Students will study a varied repertoire of choral literature representing different historical periods, styles, and cultures with an emphasis in a cappella singing. Chamber Singers will perform in school concerts, festivals, clinics, and community performances.

    The MHS ensembles have distinguished themselves in competition; winning many first place awards, “superior” ratings, and commendations. In 2014, the High School Chorale performed as part of the National Youth Choir at Carnegie Hall.

    MHS audiences have the opportunity to hear our award-winning choirs in performance several times each year.