Georgia Youth Choir ~ the premiere children's choir in the state of Georgia
Georgia Youth Choir is the preeminent youth choir in Georgia, providing the highest excellence in vocal instruction and unique professional performance opportunities. The 70-member strong choir, under the direction of Alyssa Gangarosa, MME, is highly-selective, diverse and extremely focused. For the last eight years, Georgia Youth Choir has been the exclusive choir for all (25) performances of the Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker, featured in the Snow Scene, at the Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Georgia. Georgia Youth Choir has performed in two major motion pictures, on television episodes, with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, the Atlanta Hawks, the Harlem Globetrotters, CNN, and other prominent organizations and big media.
In June 2017, Georgia Youth Choir filmed a key scene (Midnight Mass) in the major motion picture A Bad Mom´s Christmas in nationwide release in movie theaters November 2017, directed and written by Jon Lucus and Scott Moore.
In March 2015, Georgia Youth Choir filmed the grand closing scene, airing August 2015, in Season II Premiere for the highly acclaimed Starz TV Network show Survivor's Remorse, co-produced by LeBron James, created by the renowned Mike O'Malley, and directed by the accomplished Peter Segal.
Notably, both of these movie filmings were accomplished in the first ¨take¨, much to the surprise and pleasure of the producers and directors. Georgia Youth Choir is quickly becoming the ¨go-to¨ youth choir for the blossoming film industry in Georgia.
Georgia Youth Choir members also filmed the episode twelve of season one in the highly-acclaimed Marvel/Fox Television series The Gifted in October 2017, airing January 2018.
The Choir has recently completed a dynamic modern musical piece with an Atlanta artist to be announced and in wide release this year.
Georgia Youth Choir rehearses weekly tracking the traditional academic calendar, September-April. There are summer camp and travel opportunities to enhance the musical experience and individual development.
Georgia Youth Choir