Grammy-winning group offers tips to music students

Gregory Peebles, a soprano from Chanticleer, works with students from Helias High School choir, one of the schools that brought a choir to get tips from professionals who hosted a master class workshop Friday at Miller Performing Arts Center.

Gregory Peebles, a soprano from Chanticleer, works with students from Helias High School choir, one of the schools that brought a choir to get tips from professionals who hosted a master class workshop Friday at Miller Performing Arts Center. Photo by Julie Smith.

Hundreds of young vocalists filled the Miller Performing Arts Center on Friday afternoon, hoping to take away tips from masters of song. Before Chanticleer performed Friday evening as part of the Jefferson City Concert Association’s season, three of the visiting group's members led a workshop for three local ensembles.

Listening in to the critiques of the Helias Catholic High School and Jefferson City High School choirs were choir students from Thomas Jefferson and Lewis and Clark middle schools, and from Moreau Heights, North and Thorpe Gordon elementary schools.

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