St. George’s has a soundtrack that is a regular part of our lives on the Hilltop ...

Our 50-member choir sings during chapel services, a cappella groups perform current tunes to SRO crowds in Madeira Hall, musicians play solo or with an ensemble or full orchestra at school events, such as Hunter Gallery openings — or Family Weekend in October. Topping off those public events, many of our musically inclined students jam with each other off hours. And many sing their way through the day, too; you can hear them in the dormitory halls and showers, or even in the hallway waiting for their next class — or chapel — to begin.

A Cappella Groups

Our female a cappella group, the Snapdragons, and our male a cappella group, the Hilltoppers are a performance highlight of a number of events throughout the year, including Family Weekend, Reunion Weekend and the Year-end A Cappella Concert. Membership is selective; bonding is guaranteed.

Private Lessons

We offer private lessons on piano, all orchestral instruments, percussion, guitar, voice — and even bagpipes. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced musician, you’ll find the perfect match for your goals and aspirations. Then you’ll have the chance to participate in a guild performance and share your accomplishments and gifts with the community.

The Chapel Choir

The St. George’s School Chapel Choir enjoys a long-standing tradition of excellence. Choir performances are an essential part of the festive Christmas celebrations, Family Weekends, Reunion Weekend and Prize Day, as well as of the weekly chapel services. Dedication, but no singing background, is required.

Music Ensembles

The Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Jazz Ensemble and Handbell Choir have provided opportunities for instrumentalists to come together to display their skills and delight the community. These groups perform at guilds and chapel services as well as Family Weekend, holiday functions, art gallery openings and other special events around campus.

Earning Academic Credit

A high level of performance is expected of all performing ensembles. For this reason, students may satisfy a maximum of one semester of the arts graduation requirement by participation (for four consecutive semesters) in any of the large performing ensembles — Chapel Choir, Orchestra or Jazz Ensemble — or by private study of an instrument or voice.  Academic classes are offered in the Music Foundation, Music Theory, Survey of Western Music and Advanced Placement Music Theory.
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