KCC Welcomes New Director of Concert Choir!
Mrs. Christina Smith earned her Bachelor’s of Music in Education from Bowling Green State University. Currently, in her 26th year as Director of Choirs at Stebbins High School, she has grown the program to include four curricular choirs as well as theatre classes. In addition, Christina has worked as the Assistant Director for the Choirs of the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra and as an adjunct faculty member at WSU.
Beyond her work at school and in the community, she travels throughout the state coaching choirs and adjudicating for the Ohio Music Education Association. When home, Christina enjoys musical theatre; performing and directing as time allows.
Christina is an amazing addition to our wonderful staff. The singers who got to meet her and work with her already at the SummerSingare excited to begin rehearsals under her baton. Welcome to the KCC Family, Christina!
Community Holiday Concert
As its annual gift to the community, the Chorus, Chorale, Concert Choir, and Cappella groups of the Kettering Children’s Choir present identical concerts of glorious holiday music at 2:00 and 4:00 pm on Sunday, December 15, at the Kettering Seventh Day Adventist Church, 3939 Stonebridge Road, Kettering 45429.
The concert is free, but those attending are requested to bring donations of canned goods for local food pantries. 937-701-4893
To order CDs and DVDs of the performance, just go to tomsuttman.com and click on the KCC graphic and it will take you right to the order page.
Who are we?
The Kettering Children’s Choir is a choral organization whose mission is to educate the talented young singers of the Miami Valley and build an appreciation for musical excellence.
Our vision is to be known throughout Ohio as a premier vocal ensemble and choral school, with structured musical training, high quality standards of artistic performance and music appreciation. Participation of a diverse population of talented school age singers is sought from throughout the Miami Valley region, offering opportunities for:
- Growth in vocal technique
- Experience and performance in ensemble choral singing at the highest artistic level
- Exposure to multi-culture repertoire as well as established literature
- Regional and international travel related to performance
- The creation of a “singing heart” in each child