Welcome to the SCHS Choir Website!Photo Credit: Amanda Robison
The SCHS Choral Department is designed to offer a variety of vocal performing opportunities for our students throughout the year which allows them to enjoy creating music as well as being musically, emotionally, and intellectually challenged. All choirs focus on students’ music reading skills and singing technique primarily through group singing. Team building and developing relationships within each choir and the department throughout is an important aspect to our artistic medium. In addition to developing their musical strengths, students foster self-discipline, cooperation, and commitment as they are Building BONDS, Developing INTEGRITY, and Demonstrating EXCELLENCE through MUSIC!
Recent Audio Recordings
Die Nachtigall - Chorale - U of H Invitational Nov 2019
We Remember Them - Chorale - U of H Invitational Nov 2019
Yo Le Canto - Chorale - U of H Invitational Nov 2019
Sing Me to Heaven - Chorale - UIL 2019
Mozart's Regina Coeli - Chorale - UIL 2019
For Thy Sweet Love - Chorale Women - UIL 2019
Nada Te Turbe - Chorale Women - UIL 2019
From Heav'n Above - Chorale Men - UIL 2019
This Old Hammer - Chorale Men - UIL 2019
Summer Creek High School students compete at Area auditions for the Texas All-State Choir
Summer Creek High School students Kylee Abshire (9), Reese Haines (12), Chris Padua (12), Sofia Plata (10), and Edward Porras (11) will compete at the Area Round of the TMEA Texas All-State Choir Auditions this January. The process for auditioning is virtual this year. Students will have an opportunity to record their audition from January 9-13. Auditions will be judged on Saturday, January 16 and results posted shortly after.
This is the third and final round of a very competitive process that began in September with over 1000 students in our region alone. Only the top 5 in each voice section were selected to represent TMEA Region 33 at this round. They will compete against 3 other regions for the coveted All-State Choir spots. Summer Creek High School is proud of all the students who began this process so many months ago and wish these students the best of luck at this final round! Good luck students!
Reserved seating can be purchased by going to https://schschoir.ludus.com up until 1 hour before showtime. Any remaining seats will be available for purchase at the door. The box office will be open 30 minutes prior to showtime.
We will also be live streaming each show. You may purchase tickets for the live stream at https://schschoir.anywhereseat.com. Tickets for the live stream are $5.
Those who are members of our Patron or Sponsor level of upgraded Booster Club membership as well as Corporate Sponsors will get their set number of tickets and reserved seats at no charge. You will be emailed a promo code to use to claim and select your seats. Click here for information about our SCHS Choir Booster Club.
The theater doors will open 15 minutes prior to showtime. Please enter through the main PAC Building entrance.
- When you reserve your seat, the seats on either side of your party will be blocked off to preserve social distancing.
- Rows 1 & 3 will not be used in order to preserve social distancing.
- All guests 10+ will be required to wear masks/face shields.
- A HEPA filter will be running for the entire show.
- Hospital Grade UV lights will be utilized prior to every showtime.
- This show will last about an hour and will feature some small group numbers, but mostly solos and duets.
- Student performers will wear masks at all times when not performing.
Please email Amanda.Robison@humbleisd.net with questions.
During the 4th 9 weeks, the SCHS Choir students were taught this song in chunks using teaching videos each week and demo tracks that Mr. Horton and I created. These are the students who learned the song and submitted their videos in a timely manner. I'm very proud of them. We couldn't have a real performance, and most of these students didn't really need to turn anything in because their grades were so great for the 9 weeks. They did it because they believe in the message of the song and for the love of music. They were working on this song throughout April, during the height of the COVID-19 scare, when we all banded together and social distanced as a united cause. Remember that context as you listen. Powerful words!
I need to give a great amount of credit to Mr. Horton who edited everything (audio and video). This song was extra tricky for this setting because the accompaniment doesn't provide a clear beat at the beginning so it took a lot of work to line up everyone's singing. Mr. Horton (having never done anything like this before) took the challenge head on. Great job Mr. Horton!
Soloists: Sheryn Antony c/o 20 and Brissa Aranda c/o 22
If you volunteer anywhere in the district, HISD is now requiring that all parents fill out the form on this page. It only needs to be filled out once a year, and it is designed to help keep students safe. Once you receive an email that your volunteer application is approved, please forward the email to Mrs. Robison. Thank you for your cooperation.