High School Voice
The Voice program for high school students offers three-week sessions for singers age 15 and older who plan to pursue vocal studies in college. A student selects either of two sessions; each session enrolls 15 students.
When qualified, a student may be invited to enroll for the full six weeks.
The daily schedule of classes includes:
Each student receives two private lessons per week. Students have extensive performing opportunities, including solo recitals and a program of opera scenes. Students are encouraged to audit rehearsals of Brevard's Janiec Opera Company.
In recent years students in the Voice program have had the opportunity to participate in the BMC Chorus. Past seasons have included performances of Grieg's Complete Incidental Music to Peer Gynt, Mahler's Symphony No. 3, Orff's Carmina Burana, Holst's The Planets, and a concert of Bach cantatas.
Students in the High School division will encounter older students at concerts, in studio and master classes, and in the cafeteria. High school students have their own residences, their own campus life system, and their own social activities.