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Choral Festival 2019
April 5-7, 2019


Future Dates:
2020 - April 3-5

We look forward to seeing everyone at our 2019 Choral Festival!




Please see the new and updated registration procedures on Registration page.

It is the purpose of the Massachusetts Instrumental & Choral Conductor's Association to encourage and support high performance standards by high school, middle school, and elementary school musical organizations. MICCA Choral Festivals encourage the improvement of an ensemble's musical standards by providing musical adjudication by highly qualified adjudicators. Attendance at a festival also affords organizations an opportunity to hear performances by other groups and experience the presentation of a wide variety of musical literature.

The public is welcome at all evaluation sites. There is a $10.00 admission charge for adults. Seniors and Students are admitted for $5.00. This one-time admission is valid at all choral and instrumental sites throughout the weekend. There are refreshments for sale at all sites as well.

Cost to participate in the Choral Festival for the 2018-2019 school year is $250.00 (Please note that due to rising expenses, the Choral Festival fee will be raised to $300.00 for the 2019-2020 school year.)

Please note, each ensemble can have 4 free admissions into the festival for chaperones and each bus driver is also given free admission.

Each group will be allotted a 20-minute time slot to perform three selections. Each group will receive a 20-minute clinic from one of the adjudicators, as well as score sheets from each of the adjudicators, recorded adjudicators' comments and a performance recording.

This year's MICCA Choral Festival will be held at
Norwood High School on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 5-7, 2019.
Westborough High School on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 5-7, 2019.

We look forward to seeing you at the MICCA Choral Festival!

Ryan DeWolfe
Choral Festival Chairperson



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