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2013 UU Children's Choir

See Don Skinner's article on the choir in UU World!!

The UU Children’s Choir of 2013 added a transformative experience to the UUMN conference in Dallas! Children learned from UUMN folks as they led workshops and worships at the camp; UUMN folks learned from Cynthia Nott as they observed her rehearsals, and they all got to play, sing and worship together at First Unitarian Church of Dallas. Adults were commonly moved to tears (of joy!) at first hearing of the children’s voices. This time together will be remembered for a long time!

Thanks to President Sarah Dan Jones and all the UUMN folks; our host, Don Krehbiel of First U. Dallas; and to Marlene Abel, the Camp Coordinator and volunteer chaperones for making this all possible! Thanks also to all the singers and families for preparing and participating! Through all this, we were better able to carry out our mission.    - Jan Chamberlin, Program Director, UUCC 2013

Photos may of the choir may be viewed by selecting "Programs and Resources" in the above menu, then "UU Children's Choir", then "2013 UU Children's Choir Photos". Check back as more are added.

Order CD recordings of both the children's concert and the Sunday morning worship music.

The Choir Director for the UUCC2013 was Cynthia Nott of Dallas. She has worked with Don Krehbiel and the children of First Unitarian Church of Dallas.

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Cynthia Nott, Artistic Director,
Prelude and Concert I Conductor

Cynthia Nott has been Artistic Director of the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas since 1997. Under her leadership, the Chorus has grown dramatically, earned the respect of the Dallas area music community, and impressed audiences by its artistic excellence. In addition to its own concert schedule, Ms. Nott has prepared the Chorus to perform with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Dallas Opera, the Mesquite Civic Chorus, Orpheus Chamber Singers, and the Voices of Change. Prior to becoming full-time Artistic Director of the CCGD, Ms. Nott taught public middle school choral music for twenty-three years.  

Ms. Nott has been actively involved in a wide range of professional choral activities. She has served as clinician and consultant for music teachers, conductors, and singers throughout the United States. She has appeared as guest conductor for All-Region and All-State choirs.
Ms. Nott earned the Bachelor of Music Education from Florida State University and a Master of Music in Choral Conducting from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. She holds affiliations with the American Choral Directors Association and the Texas Music Educators Association.