The Middle and Upper School Choral Music Program is designed to develop an appreciation for a wide variety of the world’s music through vocal performance. The focus of the curriculum is to instill a broad understanding of musical elements through the study of: theory, sight-singing, ear training, analysis of scores, vocal production, performance strategy and technique, conducting, composing, audition strategy and technique, critical listening, critical listening, choral sound, and expressive interpretation and the world’s languages.

Both choirs will be given the opportunity to audition for the Murray State University Quad-State Honors Choirs, attend the Austin Peay State University Choirfest, University of Kentucky All- Male Chorus Day, perform two formal concerts a year, and participate in several school events, such as the school musical, as well as several community events.

The annual Winter Concert

Members of the Upper School Choir working with Dr. Bradley Almquist,

Professor of Music at Murray State University Quad State Honors Choir

Members of the Upper School Choir sing the National Anthem for the

Hopkinsville, Kentucky Veteran’s Day Parade

UHA Male choir members go to the University of Kentucky All-Male Chorus

Day and work with the AcoustiKats and Dr. Jefferson Johnson, Associate

Professor of Music

Middle School Choir at Murray State University for Junior Quad-State

Honors Choir working with a guest director

The Middle School Choir attends Austin Peay State University Choirfest

and works with guest Director Dr. Trey Jacobs

The Upper School Choir performs at Austin Peay State University with Dr. Foster 

Upper School Choir at Austin Peay State University Choirfest. Working with

Dr. Korre Foster, Associate Professor of Music