TAPPS Solo and Ensemble Contest March 25, 2017
The High Call Choir members, under the direction of Kristi Roark, did an amazing job at the TAPPS Solo and Ensemble Contest. They received 19 medals in all. Congratulations High Call Choir members!
March 31, 2016 TAPPS Vocal Chamionship Results
High Call Choir Members recently performed with great success at the TAPPS Vocal Solo and Ensemble Contest.
Those receiving a Superior Rating on a Class 1 Solo were:
Receiving a Superior Rating on a Class 2 Solo:
Receiving a Superior Rating on a Class 3 Solo:
Receiving an Excellent rating on a Class 1 Solo:
Receiving an Excellent rating on a Class 2 Solo:
Receiving a Superior rating on a Class 1 Ensemble:
Receiving a Superior rating on a Class 2 Ensemble:
And receiving an Excellent rating on a Class 2 Ensemble:
Congratulations to these students for their hard work and for garnering the highest number of medals among participating schools.
March 27, 2015 TAPPS Vocal Championship Results
On Friday the High Call Choir attended the TAPPS Vocal Music Championships where they received Superior Ratings in Concert and Sight Reading and earned Large Ensemble Sweepstakes. The Choir placed 4th overall in the 3A Vocal Music Championships.
The following students earned a Superior Rating on a Class 1 Solo:
Anne- Marie Berg
The following students earned a Superior Rating on a Class 2 Solo:
And Anna Jacks received a Superior Rating on a Class 3 Solo
The following students received an Excellent Rating on a Class 2 Solo
Anna Liu (Leo)
Sophia Berg, Anne Marie Berg, and Abby Counts received a Superior rating in the Pop/Show Choir event.
Sophia Berg, Anne Marie Berg, Abby Counts, Cole Sutton, and Benjamin Roark received a Superior on a Class 1 Small Ensemble
Anna Jacks, Michaela De Jong, Brooke Rountree, Zoe Zapatero, and Lizzie Russell received a Superior rating on a Class 2 Small Ensemble
Hannah Feldman, Aria Flores, and Tiffany Mixer received an Excellent Rating on a Class 2 Small Ensemble.
Congratulation to these students for their hard work and success!
Music is a vital part of our curriculum at RRCA because it is an integral part of the Christian life. The goal of our music program is to use God’s gift of music for the enrichment of human life and for the enhancement of man’s worship of God. We seek to do this by instilling diligence, discipline, and responsibility in conjunction with a music curriculum that is carefully chosen to develop the students’ Christian maturation, as well as musical literacy, facility, and knowledge.
RRCA’s choral and music programs have grown through the years under the direction of Mrs. Nancy Brinegar. There are three choirs for students to participate in: Crusader Choir for grades 5 and 6; Joyful Sounds Choir for grades 7 and 8; High Call choir for grades 9-12. The High Call choir performed for the Veteran’s Day program this year. They will stroll/carol at The Domain in December. In January they will sing the National Anthem for a Texas Stars Hockey game. Both of the secondary choirs participate in concerts during December and in the spring. They also present the annual Spectacular Spring Show, which is held every May. Our choirs also compete in ACSI and TPSMEA competitions. These competitions include individual and small groups, as well as the whole choir.
Twice each semester the Crusader Choir and the Joyful Sounds Choir goes to three area nursing homes to sing for their residents. This is such a special time for our students to minister to the elderly. The nursing home residents love having our students come. It’s hard to tell who is blessed more…the residents or our students!
High Call students have traveled to Washington D.C., Chicago, and multiple trips to New York City, including singing at Carnegie Hall. In April 2016 they will travel to Los Angelas. These have been exciting experiences for the students, giving them the opportunity to sing at new places and to hear other musical groups perform.