Acappellooza Jr. Camp 2020!

Registration Info

Registration is now open! Click here to register online.

Call the Choir Office at 314-993-9626 if you have any questions.

Camp Days and Time:
Monday, June 8 – Friday, June 12, 2020
9 AM – 3 PM each day

University of Missouri – St. Louis
1 University Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63121

Singers entering grades 7 – 9

Camp Fee:
$245 (call 314-993-9626 for scholarship and financial aid information)

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Acappellooza Jr. returns for another exciting summer!

The St. Louis Children’s Choirs is excited to offer this summer camp option for middle school-age singers! Acappellooza Jr. will focus on a cappella singing with fun songs and music games.

Financial aid and scholarships are available. Contact Maria or call the Choir Office 314-993-9626 for more information.

At The St. Louis Children’s Choirs, we believe every child can sing.  Children learn more about themselves and others through live music-making.  Celebrating its 41st season, The St. Louis Children’s Choirs is recognized nationally for musical excellence.  It’s a welcoming place for young singers to develop their talents and make new friends.  Come join us!


We’re going to have fun making music together!

Thank you to our sponsors: University of Missouri – St. Louis, LifeArts, Ambassadors of Harmony, and the Des Lee Collaborative

Meet the Director: Maria A. Ellis joined The St. Louis Children’s Choirs as Community Engagement Coordinator in the fall of 2016, and is now the Community Engagement Manager. In this role, Maria works in collaboration with the Choir Manager to fulfill strategic plan initiatives related to partnerships, collaboration, diversity, inclusion, and community engagement. Maria also works with music educators, school districts, and organizations that enable the Choirs to provide increased opportunities for young singers and music teachers across the community. Maria earned her undergraduate degree in Music Education from the University of Missouri- St. Louis, where she also served as an E. Desmond Lee Intern as well as an Arts and Administrative Fellow for the St. Louis Symphony.