Troubadours/Concert Choir: Boys, Grades 6+

Conductor: Dr. Anton Armstrong
St. Olaf Intern: TBD

Rehearsal time: Mondays 6:30–8:30 p.m.

Rehearsal location: Christiansen Hall of Music, Room 232 (CHM 232), St. Olaf College

Cost:

  • $45 registration fee (single student) or $60 registration fee (family).
    • Note: For registrations submitted after Aug. 22, 2016 , the non-refundable registration fee is $60 per individual (or $75 per family).
  • $724 annual tuition for the 2016–17 season (8 monthly payments of $90.50).
  • $50–$100 estimated uniform fee
  • $300–$400 estimated spring tour cost
  • Families with more than one singer enrolled in the NYC will pay full price for the singer in the highest tuition choir, and receive a 10% discount on the tuition of the other singers in the family (excluding Poco a Poco).
  • Scholarships are available

Troubadours is our boys choir for singers with treble, changing, and changed voices in grades 6 and up. Under the direction of St. Olaf College’s Dr. Anton Armstrong from September through December and a selectively chosen St. Olaf College intern from January through May, this group challenges boys to perform the finest music with an understanding of excellent vocal technique and musicality. The Troubadours perform locally at civic events and concerts, enjoy two yearly retreats, tour regionally in the spring, and perform in our winter and spring concerts. Register now!

Concert Choir

Troubadours combines with Anima to form the Concert Choir. Concert Choir rehearses during the second hour of rehearsal on Mondays.  The Concert Choir performs at our annual winter and spring concerts, local civic events, and on tour.

Spring Tours

Our staff believes singers learn invaluable lessons and create life-long memories by touring. The Northfield Youth Choirs plans spring tours for each of our touring choirs. The NYC strives to keep tour prices as reasonable as possible and to only charge for the actual costs incurred on tour. For this reason, tour transportation, meals, lodging, and other necessary fees are billed later in the year as a “tour assessment.” Tour information including destination, length, and actual price is given to families early in the spring semester.