Preview of AMEA Performance

Mobile’s Singing Children’s Concert Choir is hosting a preview of their performance at the Alabama Music Educators Association Conference. The free 30-minute concert will be held at Spring Hill Presbyterian on January 11th at 6:30 pm.  Please join us for this special event!

What: Preview of AMEA Performance
Where: Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, 10 Westminster Way, Mobile
When: Monday, January 11th at 6:30 pm
The concert will last approximately 30 minutes.

Year End Giving – Give Local

MusicLoveIn this season of peace, joy and hope, we at Mobile’s Singing Children would like to ask all of you to consider the impact and value of music in achieving these ideals, and remember our organization, as well as other local music and arts programs, in your giving.

Click here to donate to Mobile’s Singing Children via PayPal

It is because of generous support and donations that Mobile’s Singing Children has been able to enrich the lives of hundreds of children over the last 39 years. Through scholarship, music education and appreciation, and community participation, we’re developing leaders for our community, country and world, all while giving back to the community through performance.  Whether its $10, $100 or $1000, your donation to Mobile’s Singing Children is most appreciated.


John Rutter: The Importance of Choir
“Choral music is not one of life’s frills. It’s something that goes to the very heart of our humanity, our sense of community, and our souls. You express, when you sing, your soul in song. And when you get together with a group of other singers, it becomes more than the sum of the parts. All of those people are pouring out their hearts and souls in perfect harmony, which is kind of an emblem for what we need in this world, when so much of the world is at odds with itself…that just to express, in symbolic terms, what it’s like when human beings are in harmony. That’s a lesson for our times and for all time.” John Rutter  (As transcribed from an interview “John Rutter: The Importance of Choir” featured on JW Pepper Blog on March 15, 2015.  Click here to view the interview video or read the full transcript.)


Mobile’s Singing Children is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. While it is our understanding that your donation is tax deductible, deductibility should be reviewed on an individual basis. Please consult your tax advisor.

Join Mobile’s Singing Children on December 5th for “A Traditional Christmas”

2015 Invitation

Mobile’s Singing Children will host its 39th annual Christmas concert on Saturday, December 5th at 7:00 p.m. at the Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Mobile.  (Full concert details are below.) The concert will feature all four of the talented Mobile’s Singing Children ensembles, as well as special guests, soloist Daniel Massey, and organist Kevin Davis.

Attendees will enjoy traditional Christmastime favorites such as When Will the Little King Come,  I Wonder As I Wander and Oh Come All Ye Faithful.  No Mobile’s Singing Children Christmas concert would be complete without alumni joining the current members to sing Marshmallow World. 

Mobile’s Singing Children


“A Traditional Christmas”

7:00 p.m., Saturday, December 5th (Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.)

Cathedral-Basilica of the Immaculate Conception

2 South Claiborne Street, Mobile, Alabama

Admission is free, with donations gratefully accepted at the door.

Mobile’s Singing Children announces 2015 – 2016 Concert Choir Singers

The Concert Choir of Mobile’s Singing Children welcomes 45 singers for the upcoming season.  These young singers will have a very busy season with many exciting performances.  Concert Choir has been chosen to sing at the Alabama Music Educator’s Conference in January.  This is a great honor as this talented group sings for the music educators of Alabama.

2015-16 Concert Choir

  • First row: Brianna Balmes, Ligaya Gapud, Tatum Courington, Marina Roddy, Madison Motley, Madison McPhillips, Katie Ann Hites, Abby Ferlise.
  • Second row: Ruth Harper, Madison Lancaster, Emma McDonald, Tara Piggott, Mary Ferniany, Haydn Emmertson, William Stoll, Miguel Gapud, Emily Bruemmer, Elyssa Musial, Janie Dunwell.
  • Third row: Malory Myers, Samantha Brantley, Taylor Emmertson, Whitney Wallace, Ethan Myers, Emmanuel Gapud, Rileigh Hawkins, Hannah Evans, Meredith Mosley, Grace Greenwood, Emma Loftin, Virginia Pryor
  • Fourth row: Bentley Odom, Madison Harkins, Darby Short, Megan Matthews, Kiana Shula, Katie Norton, Caroline Womack, Lauren Wallace, Kiliyah Shula, Shelby Peterson, Morgan Myers, Tamra Gill
  • Not pictured: Anna Seymour, Audrey Seymour

MSC to Perform with Mobile Pops May 23!


We are pleased to announce that we will be performing with the Mobile Pops at “An Evening Under the Stars” on Saturday, May 23. The concert gets underway at 7pm at the Medal of Honor Park in the Mobile County Bicentennial Pavilion. The concert is free and open to the public. For more information about the concert and Mobile Pops, click here. See you there!

Know a kid who loves to sing? MSC Open House on April 20!

open houseCome see what we’re all about! We are giving elementary age singers and their families a unique opportunity to experience what it’s like to be a member of Mobile’s Singing Children. The Open House will take place Monday, April 20, 4:30-5:30 pm at Spring Hill Presbyterian Church, 10 Westminster Way. Listen to a Concert Choir rehearsal, meet our directors, teachers, parents and student leaders. Then learn about our history, plans for the future and sign up for an audition time. Questions? Feel free to email or leave a message at our office by calling 251-342-1550, ext 12.


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