The Prima Voce choir consists of voices in grades 3 through 5. This choral program focuses on teaching vocal and choral pedagogy in a safe and uplifting environment. Choristers with different musical backgrounds are welcome and are taught how to work together to create a unified sound. Through the use of solfege, musical theory and rhythmic exercises, choristers are able to learn choral concepts which allow them to advance in their school choirs. Whether choristers are singing in their school choir, are homeschooled, have lots of musical knowledge or none at all, this choir is the perfect way for them to find their voice.
At the beginning of each semester, choristers will participate in a one-day musical bootcamp. There, choristers will study music theory and solfege as they work on their repertoire. At bootcamp, choristers will also have an opportunity to bond as a choir through team building activities. This bootcamp is required as part of the Prima Voce choral program.
Rehearsals are held once a week. Each semester comprises 13 rehearsals.
Performances for the PV choir will include 2 Katy Youth Choir concerts per season, singing the National Anthem at various college and professional sports activities, and at least 1 community performance per semester.
Choristers in the Prima Voce choir are expected to maintain a high standard of discipline, respect and dress at all times. Any disrespect for others will not be tolerated. The PV choir is also the feeder choir for the Bella Voce choir. This means that behavior, musical ability, work ethic and attitudes are closely monitored so choristers who excel can be invited to sing in the Bella Voce choir.