Thinking about Joining the ACC?







Does your child love to sing?

If you’ve been thinking about joining a chorus, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, why not check out an ACC rehearsal or our upcoming free winter concert on Sun., Dec. 18?

For more information, send us an email or give us a call at 703.531.1050.

We’ll be holding auditions for the spring season in January – Come sing with us!

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ACC Returns to the Kennedy Center to Perform in The Nutcracker Nov. 23-27

The Arlington Children’s Chorus is thrilled to participate in the Cincinnati Ballet‘s presentation of Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.

Photo: Cincinnati Ballet.

Photo: Cincinnati Ballet.









With choreography by Artistic Director Victoria Morgan, scenic design by John Ezell, costume design by Carrie Robbins, and lighting by Trad A. Burns, this timeless classic is sure to be a highlight of your holiday season!

Once again this year, the ACC is thrilled to be performing in the pit with the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra for a total of seven shows from Weds., Nov. 23, through Sun., Nov. 27.

Click here to purchase your tickets today!

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Mark Your Calendars for the ACC’s Free Winter Concert!


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ACC Family Karaoke Potluck!

picture1The ACC is hosting a fun get-together for all choristers and their families on Sunday, September 25, at 4:00 p.m.

This event is only open to ACC families.

Click here to RSVP, then whip up a tasty dish to share and get ready to wow everyone with your best karaoke skills!

Hope to see you there!!


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The First Week of Rehearsal

Greetings ACC Parents!  We’re excited to start the first week of 2016-2017 Season. The first day of rehearsal can be nerve-wracking, especially for beginning choristers. But it doesn’t have to be. Just as with any new experience, preparation is the key to success. Here’s a guide on how to get yourself ready for the first day:

  1. Look at the Rehearsal Schedule and Location – Be sure to know where and when is your child(ren)’s rehearsal. Rehearsal schedules for all tiers can be found here.
  2. Be Early – Be early for every rehearsal and be ready to work at the rehearsal start time. There’s a saying – Five minutes early is on time. On time is late. Your child will be more comfortable when they are not rushed into the classroom.
  3. Remove all distractions – If you are staying for the rehearsal, please turn off your phone, iPad, or other communication devices you happen to have.
  4. Enjoy the evening – Nothing is more enjoyable than seeing you child(ren) grow and develop every day.


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