New for Fall 2018

 KidSing is an 8-week program for 4- and 5-year-olds that will begin this fall. Children will experience music through singing, dancing, and playing instruments. Sharing music with an adult in their lives is more than fun for children, it also increases creativity and imaginative play.  Learn more about KidSing by clicking here.     Register online at this link. 

KidSing is an 8-week program for 4- and 5-year-olds that will begin this fall. Children will experience music through singing, dancing, and playing instruments. Sharing music with an adult in their lives is more than fun for children, it also increases creativity and imaginative play. Learn more about KidSing by clicking here.

Register online at this link. 

73 Singers for Summer Camps

 Registration for summer choir camps is now closed. We will welcome 73 singers from grades K through 8 the week of July 8 for good fun, new friends, and lots of music, including tunes from Disney's Aladdin. If you missed a chance to register for camp, don't fret. We will have open rehearsals coming up in September, which provide an opportunity for young singers and their families to learn more about all Heartland Youth Choir has to offer. Dates and times coming soon! 

Registration for summer choir camps is now closed. We will welcome 73 singers from grades K through 8 the week of July 8 for good fun, new friends, and lots of music, including tunes from Disney's Aladdin. If you missed a chance to register for camp, don't fret. We will have open rehearsals coming up in September, which provide an opportunity for young singers and their families to learn more about all Heartland Youth Choir has to offer. Dates and times coming soon! 


Heartland Youth Choir, founded by Barbara Sletto in 2003, provides a performance-based program for youth, emphasizing musical literacy and character development.

Heartland Youth Choir provides a unique opportunity for children of diverse backgrounds with a particular aptitude in vocal music to explore that interest beyond their school setting. Quality literature from all styles and periods form the foundation for this exploration.