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Children’s & Community Youth Honor Choir

4-6th Grades

Friday, March 11 - Saturday, March 12, 2022


The Children’s & Community Youth Honor Choir is open to treble singers (unchanged voices) in grades 4, 5, and 6.

  • Singers may only audition for ONE voice part.

  • Singers in 6th grade must choose, with the help of their director, if they will apply for the Children’s & Community Youth Honor Choir OR the Middle School Honor Choir. They are NOT ALLOWED to audition for both honor choirs.

  • New in 2022: Children’s & Community Youth Honor Choir applicants will not be nominated, but will audition only by singing a simple ascending and descending major scale on solfege.

Audition Procedures

Directors of applicants will submit auditions via Submittable. Directors must be an ACDA member with a valid ACDA member in order to submit their singer’s audition. 

All audition fees are waived for the 2022 conference; the 2022 audition fee is free.

Audition Timeline

Due to the logistics, these dates are non-negotiable. All deadlines must be met to participate in an honor choir.

September 1, 2021 >

October 1, 2021 >

November 1, 2021 >

December 1, 2021 >

Auditions are open

Auditions close. No applications will be considered after 11:59pm on this date.

Accepted singers will be notified.

Online registration is DUE for all accepted singers. 
Non-refundable registration fee must be paid online. 
All forms must be completed and submitted. 
All Honor Choir members must have reserved rooms in Davenport Grand or Historic Davenport Hotels. Tell them that you are with NW ACDA HONOR CHOIRS.



The cost to participate in the Children’s & Community Youth Honor Choir is $100. This $100 fee covers the cost of sheet music, guest instrumentalists, rehearsal recordings, t-shirts, extraordinary accompanists, and world-renowned guest conductors.​

The registration fee for accepted singers must be paid by December 1, 2021 and is absolutely NON-REFUNDABLE.

Registration Fee


Drew Olsen
Music Teacher, Colbert Elementary, Mead, WA



Northwest ACDA will ensure the health and safety of all participants and performers with procedures that adhere to guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Washington Department of Health, and the Spokane Regional Health District. We will communicate openly and regularly with updates and procedures.

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