The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio is a community-based organization serving all young people in San Antonio who want to sing.

Ages 0-4

a fun take on music development using a series of music and movement experiences.

Ages 5-8

 Beginner and advanced ensembles for young singers building foundational music skills.

Ages 9-13

An advanced chorale experience focusing on vocal technique and musicianship skills.

Ages 14+

 Advanced, treble-voice, and mixed-voice ensembles for singers with prior musical experience.

CCSA establishes the Marguerite McCormick Founder’s Award for Excellence

The 2017-2018 Board of Directors of the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio has awarded the newly established Marguerite McCormick Founder’s Award for Excellence to the organization’s founder and Artistic Director Emeritus, Marguerite McCormick. “We can’t thank...

Read about an experience from this year’s Ballads of The Borderland educational initiative

2018’s Ballads of the Borderland was expanded to include an educational initiative that gave young grade-school composers the chance to work with college-level composers to create original works of music. Here, UTSA student composer Letslie Aguirre shares her...

Oh, The Joy of Masterclasses!

This season's masterclasses were full of joy and provided great opportunities for our kids to fully experience what it’s like to train as a professional singer. We offered two Masterclasses to our singers, The Alamo Baroque Festival Masterclass and a Masterclass with...

Ballads of The Borderland: From the Performer

Hello friends! We are so fortunate to collaborate with Ethan Wickman, SOLI Chamber Ensemble, San Antonio Chamber Choir, and Tynan Davis to premiere Ballads of the Borderlands. Our Executive Director Anne Schelleng recently chatted with Stephanie Key of SOLI about...

Ballads of The Borderland: From the Composer:

Hello friends! We are so fortunate to collaborate with Ethan Wickman, SOLI Chamber Ensemble, SA Chamber Choir, and Tynan Davis to create “an anthology of cultural perspectives.” We recently reached out to Ethan and asked him some questions about Ballads of the...

About Us

As a resident company of the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, CCSA’s commitment to artistic excellence, social inclusion, and individual responsibility empowers young singers to embrace and explore a broader, more positive view of self and the world.

Under the direction of Artistic Director Ryan Garrison, CCSA’s citywide community choruses in conjunction with its early childhood music program provide inspirational and transformative musical experiences for hundreds of young people from birth through young adulthood.

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Sponsors and Supporters

St. Mark’s Community Outreach Fund
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Franks