The Next Generation of Musicians and Music Lovers
VOCALPOINT! SEATTLE is a distinguished group of young adults who bring together the best in ensemble vocal performance. With a unique focus on contemporary music, this group draws the most talented high-school age young men and women from the Puget Sound region.
While maintaining a rigorous performance schedule, the ensemble is engaged in an ongoing educational process of equal importance. Regular rehearsals, retreats, and summer camps provide each member the opportunity to develop as an individual performer and independent musician. Members receive professional level training as singers, dancers, and actors and are constantly encouraged to take performance risks to develop beyond their existing abilities.
High school-age men enter Vocalpoint! Seattle as graduates of the Northwest Boychoir. High school-age women enter Vocalpoint! Seattle as graduates of our Girls Prep program. Read more about the audition process.
"The experiences are rich and the opportunities he has had to mature as a person and as a musician have been unparalleled. He is totally devoted to the Northwest Choirs.”
"I was so incredibly thrilled to work with the fine young gentlemen of Vocalpoint in my recent concerts with the Seattle Symphony. When I first met and heard them, I was blown away by the fact that these guys were still in High School! They have a musicality, sense of pitch, and professionalism the belies their years. I'll happily work with them again...anytime and anywhere."
"And amazingly gifted teen quartet Vocalpoint show skill and effortlessly blend their voices on 'Angel Eyes' and 'Walking My Baby Back Home.' " (Music of the Mad Men Era - Seattle Symphony Pops)
“Having been involved with music performance and education for many years, I have never come across a music educational system for children such as this. Our family is very grateful and impressed with the professional, high caliber staff. I must add that being involved with Northwest Choirs is just plain fun, too!“
"I was lucky enough to be a member of the Northwest Boychoir and Vocalpoint and count that experience as, hands down, the most formative of my life."