The Ann Arbor Youth Chorale is a non-profit organization whose goal is to enrich the culture and lives of the community by supporting and encouraging young singers to excel in both musical performance and social activities.

AAYC auction is LIVE online!

The ONLINE component of AAYC’s SILENT AUCTION is now OPEN!!! This is AAYC’s premier fundraiser for the 2017-18 season. Our net goal for the fundraiser is $7,000. Proceeds from your bids directly benefit AAYC programs and offerings.

Autographed sports gear, restaurants, breweries, original art pieces, jewelry, vocal lessons, theater tickets – there is something for everyone! Opening bids start well below the item’s retail value. But remember that this is not a fire sale, this is a fundraiserso bid well, bid generously, and support AAYC!  Bonus: If your bid exceeds the retail value, any amount above that value is tax-deductible!

CLICK HERE TO START YOUR BIDDING! https://www.32auctions.com/AAYC2018

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  • Enjoy the fantastic variety of offerings and have fun bidding!
  • Check back frequently to the auction website. There’ll be new offerings up until the event!
  • Share the link with friends, family, neighbors and co-workers. SHARE IT ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!

Thank you for your support, and HAPPY BIDDING!

Silent Auction & Chorale Cabaret in March

SA-CC flyer with sponsors 2018

Thanks to our Auction sponsors!

We are very pleased to announce that our sponsors for this year’s Silent Auction & Chorale Cabaret are Camp Bow Wow (for the second year) and King’s Keyboard House (new sponsors). We’re thrilled and grateful to partner with them for our biggest fundraiser of the year!

King’s Keyboard House is located at 2363 E Stadium Blvd in Ann Arbor, and offers pianos, piano lessons, tuning, accessories, moving and repair:

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Camp Bow Wow, located at 552 State Circle in Ann Arbor, provides dog day care, boarding, grooming, and lots of ways to keep your furry friend happy and healthy:

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Concert Choir’s Chicago Tour

Please wish Concert Choir good luck in their trip to Chicago next weekend! We depart early Friday morning, visit the Museum of Science and Industry, and in the evening see “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
Concert Choir will spend all of Saturday rehearsing with two other area youth choirs in preparation for a 7:00 concert at First United Church of Oak Park, IL. Part of the day will be spent in composition workshops creating (and learning very quickly!) a work that they’ll perform that evening. What an amazing experience that will be!
On Sunday, we’ll visit the Shedd Aquarium, visit Skydeck on the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower for an unforgettable view of Chicago, and get in a little bowling before heading home to Ann Arbor late in the afternoon.
Putting all this together has been a major effort and accomplishment for Bonnie Kidd, Jamie Phillips, Steve Roberts of Corporate Travel, and Concert Choir members, who’ve been working hard to prepare. This is AAYC’s first tour in 11 years, and we hope there’ll be more. Touring is important for our choir members’ musical and personal development, as they learn and work together towards a sizable goal. And have a fantastic time!

AAYC to sing at Hill Auditorium tonight in Holiday Pops concert!

Check out this video about tonight’s Ann Arbor Symphony “Holiday Pops” concert, with the Ann Arbor Youth Chorale singing in the background!


Here are some photos from dress rehearsal:

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