Members receive professional-quality instruction in all aspects of vocal production, musicianship, and choral performance. Involvement also enhances young people’s lives, helping them to develop self-reliance, personal integrity, responsibility, compassion, teamwork, and confidence in their abilities.
Founded under the direction of Dr. Martha Shaw, the Spivey Hall Children’s Choir Program now consists of three choirs and draws from 17 metro-Atlanta counties. Membership and placement in the choirs is by audition, based on artistic merit and teacher recommendations, with need-based financial assistance available.
Singing with unmistakable spirit, refinement, and remarkable beauty of tone and expression, all of these outstanding young musicians proudly represent Spivey Hall’s dedication to music education and commitment to artistic excellence.
The program gratefully acknowledges the support of Clayton State University, the Spivey Education Committee, The Walter and Emilie Spivey Foundation and the surrounding arts community. The foundation laid by area music specialists, choral directors, church music programs, and other organizations is a large part of the success of this choral program.