Monthly Archives: May 2014

Senior Reflections – Sara Tuscher

scan0002 (1)For the past 11 years, CCSA has been like my family. I remember going to Kindermusik at age 4 and 5 and my teacher, Ms. Patti, recommended it to my mom. I started at age 7, with the wonderful Miss Morgan, and ever since, CCSA has been a part of my identity. I’ve had some very cool experiences, and it has really helped with my self-confidence. Singing the solo in “Here’s to Song” will be bittersweet, but hopefully not too emotional, since I now know I am always welcome back until I am 22. I am not one to force things on people, but if you love music, singing, and performing, I would definitely recommend CCSA.


Senior Reflections – Cory Gonzales

5x7 Gonzales Cory (2)Looking back at my time in the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio, I can’t help but remember all the amazing moments that I have had and the skills I have gained over the last 7 years.  I know I will use the knowledge I gained from this experience in my study of music in college.  However, as I write this I find myself getting sentimental and know I will miss my weekly choir routine.  It is hard to put into words the feeling I experienced making music with this group.  All I can say is that being in the choir was the best choice I ever made.  I am grateful for the potential that Ms. Taute and Mrs. McCormick saw in me and the wonderful experience of singing with the Children’s Chorus.


Symphony does Mahler & Copland and says goodbye to Children’s Chorus founder McCormick

Symphony does Mahler & Copland and says goodbye to Children’s Chorus founder McCormick

The San Antonio Symphony’s winter/spring season is winding down and June 6 & 7 marks two important performances.

“We’re presenting Mahler five to finish the season, and Marguerite McCormick is leaving the Children’s Chorus.” said symphony Music Director Sebastian Lang-Lessing. Longtime Artistic Director McCormick’s last performance with the chorus is in these two nights.