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For a seventh consecutive year, Monroe Arts Center is thrilled to again present Madison Youth Choirs (MYC) Cantabile and Ragazzi Choirs for another amazing spring concert. MYC continues to inspire young people to find and share their voices. MYC is dedicated to inspiring youth with a choral experience that fosters creativity, reflection, and the exploration of diverse ideas. Under the direction of Michael Ross, MYC welcomes singers of all ability levels, challenging them to learn more than just notes and rhythms. The singers explore the history, context, and heart of the music, using music as a lens to discover the world. MYC creates accessible, meaningful opportunities for youth to thrive in the arts and beyond.

The Choirs have an international reputation. Collaborations with professional arts organizations include Madison Symphony Orchestra, Madison Ballet, and Madison Opera.

Voices that sing across generations…
-Wisconsin State Journal

Michael Ross was previously the Music Department Chair and Vocal Music Teacher at Madison West High School, and was the Tallis (training choir) instructor for the former Madison Boychoir for ten years. He has both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Music Education from UW-Madison, and also taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Summer Music Clinic, conducted the University Chorus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and led the former Basso Continuo choir of the Madison Boychoir. Ross has been active in state music organizations, having been the choral chair for the Wisconsin Music Educators Association, accompanist for the Wisconsin Choral Directors Association’s Next Direction conference, and both section leader and accompanist for various WSMA and WCDA State Honors Choirs. He is a member of the Voice Care Network, and has been named several times to “Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.”

General Admission $10 | Student $5 | Monroe Arts Center Member Free

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Health and Safety Policies:

The Monroe Arts Center’s highest priority is the health, wellness, and safety of all those who walk through our doors. In order to ensure your health and safety and that of all our guests and audiences, the Monroe Arts Center is reopening under the guidance of the Green County Public Health Department.

  • All guests 5 years and older will be required to show proof of full vaccination with a physical vaccination card, a photograph of the card, or a digital vaccination record (with the last dose administered at least 14 days prior to the event) along with identification.
  • Children under the age of 5 will be required to show a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours.
  • All guests will be required to wear a face mask over their nose and mouth at all times.

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