About the Choir
The Roanoke Valley Children's Choir (RVCC) is a choir for young singers ages 7-18, located in Salem, VA. The RVCC has been operating in the Roanoke Valley for 32 years! In 2013 the choir became independent (formerly a part of Roanoke College), and now the choir operates as a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. The choir currently consists of about 240 children, 7-18, from across the Roanoke Valley (Blacksburg to Smith Mountain Lake, and everywhere in between). There are 4 choirs that span the age range:
* A Choir (7-9 yrs old)
* B Choir (8-11 yrs old)
* B+ Choir (9-14 yrs old)
* C Choir (12-18 yrs old)
The RVCC is directed by Kimberly Davidson, whom is also the administrator. There are 2 full-time employees (including the director) and 2 part-time employees. The RVCC is supported by 31 volunteer committees, who do everything from taking attendance and chaperoning on trips, to organizing events; and they make our group SPARKLE!
The director, Kim Davidson, is proud for this choir to be her life’s work. The goal of the choir is to teach children about beautiful music, excellence, and working together, while creating lasting bonds of friendship and accomplishment.
We are very proud in the RVCC to have had choirs sing at National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremonies in Washington D.C. for past presidents, in London at Canterbury Cathedral, In New York at Carnegie Hall, at national and regional children’s choir conventions (ACDA), and also at two concerts each year at the Jefferson Center in Roanoke, VA. It is amazing to see the singers work hard to create beautiful music, make lasting friendships and bonds, and have meaningful memories they will never forget. It’s great to see them thrive in this, enjoy it, and take what they have learned into college and the rest of their lives.
Please consider donating to help support the Roanoke Valley Children’s Choir. Thank You!