Four hundred fifty singers comprise the six chorus classes that meet during the school day. Additionally, A Cappella and Camerata Singers employ an alternate lunch schedule to allow the formation of Men’s Ensemble and Varsity Women’s Ensemble, which also rehearse during the school day. Our Tour Choir rehearses during WEB afternoons.
The Georgia All-State Chorus is run by the GMEA, Georgia Music Educators Association. Being selected to participate in the Georgia All-State choirs is one of the highest honors a student may achieve. Read More
A Cappella is our most advanced choir, comprised of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior men and women by auditions only (which take place in April). Read More
Select Women’s Ensemble
Select Women’s Ensemble is an advanced choir consisting of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior women by auditions only (which take place in April). Read More
Camerata Singers consists of Junior and Senior women and Sophomore, Junior, and Senior men. Read More
Bel Canto consists of Sophomore women. Read More
9th Grade Treble Choir
The 9th Grade Treble Choir is the vocal ensemble for all first year women in Walton Chorus. Read More
9th Grade Tenor/Bass Ensemble
The 9th Grade Tenor/Bass Ensemble is the vocal ensemble for all first year men in Walton Chorus. Read More
The Men’s Ensemble consists of all of the men in the Walton Chorus and they meet during designated lunch swap periods. Read More
Varsity Women’s Chorus
Varsity Women’s Chorus consists of all treble voices in the Camerata and A Cappella choirs. This is a blended group that rehearses during designated lunch swap periods. Read More
Tour Choir is a group of Walton Chorus students that by audition are selected to travel during February break to perform concerts and tour the sights. Each year they alternate between international and domestic destinations. Read More
Placement in Select Women’s Ensemble and A Cappella is by audition. The directors have total authority to make all audition placement decisions. At any time a student’s performance level (musical or rehearsal skills) does not meet the group level, the student may be given an alternative assignment until the student’s schedule changes or the problem is resolved.