Welcome to Kids Choir!
The children's choir that provides learning, talent development and confidence-building for your child.
When/Where are practices?
Starting in September 2023, Thursdays at 6:00-7:00PM at Exeter United Church 42 James Street Exeter, ON, More details will be provided to registered choir members.
Who May Join KidsChoir?
All children from ages 7-12 inclusive as of September 2023.
What Is the Cost?
Tuition for the 2023 season is $95 and may be paid by etransfer once registration is complete.
When are the Concerts?
2023 Concerts are December 1 (7PM Exeter United Church) and December 3 (3:30PM Oakwood Resort) in Exeter and Grand Bend, respectively. See our upcoming Christmas Concerts poster here.
How Do I Register My Child?
Please email your name, telephone #, and child's name to: Info@KidsChoir.ca
Who Can I speak to About KidsChoir?
Questions about the choir may be directed to our Choir Director Katherine Neeb at Katherine@KidsChoir.ca. If you provide your telephone number, Katherine will be happy to speak with you.
Music Director, Katherine
Katherine Neeb is a classically trained musician, performer, and teacher, passionate about helping her students of all ages find their own unique voice.
She has experience teaching a variety of musical styles, including classical, pop, music theatre, jazz, and contemporary.
She has a private voice studio in Exeter, Ontario and seeks to empower and guide her students to discover their true potential as singing artists.
Katherine holds a Master of Music in Voice Performance and Vocal Pedagogy from the University of Toronto.
Accompanist, Lori Danylchuk
Lori has been accompanying choirs since the age of twelve. She studied music at The University of Western Ontario (B.Mus.Ed.),B. of Ed., as well as earning Associate in Piano Performance from The Western Conservatory of Music.
Lori was an elementary music educator in Waterloo Region for 31 years and was the accompanist of Schneider Male Chorus for 22 years. For 5 years, she was the accompanist of the Kodaly Choral Festival, a two night event in which over 1000 students from Grades 4 to 6 performed on stage at The Centre in the Square in Kitchener.
Since moving to Exeter in 2020, Lori has been busy setting up an online studio for all ages, using a recreational approach to the piano. Lori is very excited to be a part of this community and to share her love of music with this choir.