Dulcis Musica is a preparatory choir for children in Kindergarten through 2nd grades.

Using Kodály methods for teaching young voices, singers develop skills of pitch matching and recognition, music literacy, and begin to build healthy vocal tone. During weekly rehearsals, singing and movement activities are intertwined for an engaging and fun learning environment.


Dulcis conductors are master music educators who teach through a variety of strategies and activities designed to engage the whole child - body, mind, and spirit.  Each singer is unique and Chorister conductors support that unique development at every level.

Weekly Rehearsals

Tuesdays, 6:00 - 7:00pm
September - April
Avon Lake UCC, Avon Lake

2021-22 Spring Semester Tuition: $125 (regular full season tuition is $345)

2021-22 Uniform: Chorister season t-shirt, black pants, black socks, black shoes

Dulcis Musica performs in 2 concerts during our season:

December - Demonstration Concert

April - Showcase of Choirs

These singers also perform in small community events throughout the season.

Meet the Conductor

Rebekah loves teaching music to students of all ages and enjoys working with the littlest ones of the Oberlin Choristers family in Dulcis Musica.

Rebekah currently directs choir and music classes at Heskett Middle School in the Bedford City School District. She earned her Bachelor of Music Education from Baldwin Wallace Conservatory in 2018 and has taken Levels training in Orff Schulwerk and Music Learning Theory.


She enjoys teaching private voice lessons and singing in the Westshore Chorale as well as engaging in various contemporary a cappella opportunities in the area. She is from Avon Lake and actually sang with the Oberlin Choristers for a few years while growing up. She now resides in Parma, though her heart always feels most at home when by the Lake. 

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Let's hear from some parents...

What does your singer enjoy about rehearsal?

"The joy of music and making friends."

"The little one loved the games; the older one likes challenging music."