General Information


The Germantown Choral Music Department is directed by Steve Danielson. Four choirs make up the department: the Chorus class, the Women’s Chorus, Chorale and Chamber Choir. The goal of the program is to enrich the musical talent of Germantown High School students by providing them with necessary choral skills such as sight-reading and maintaining harmony. The Germantown Chorale and Women’s Choir have a long history of superior accomplishments at the W.T.V.M.E.A. Choir Festivals. Students have earned the highest rankings as individuals in the Tennessee State Honor Choirs and group competitions at Solo & Ensemble.

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The Women’s Choir is the intermediate performance group in which students aim to better themselves in the aspect of singing and sight-reading. As a member of the choir, one is expected to attend all rehearsals and performances as well as audition for the All-West/All-State Honor Choirs. To attain membership each student must audition with the director.


The Chorus classes are preparatory courses in which students are given instruction on musicality and an opportunity to enrich their knowledge of vocalization. Included in the course are the studies of vocal development, sight-reading, theory, and various styles of music history. It is required to attend the seasonal performances. Students are asked to audition for sectional placement.

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