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Lake Winni Music Camp 2019 Dates

Week One:

July TBA

Week Two:

August TBA

The Children's Choir

The Children's Choir rehearses in Fall and Spring. Cost is $80 per child ($10/class) and includes music. Performances are at the end of each session. Rehearsals take place at the UCC in Plymouth NH on Thursdays from 6-7pm. You can register by calling Noelle at 603-284-6550, emailing her at, registering online at, or sign up on the first night of rehearsal at 5:30pm at the UCC. The first rehearsal will be October 4th, 2018.


The Children's Choir was formed to provide opportunities for the children of Plymouth and surrounding communities to participate in a quality choral music education program outside of the classroom. We create a positive environment for learning and your children will work with an experienced Children’s Choral Director and Accompanist. Your child’s relationship with us will be not only positive, but life changing. This program is designed for the child's beginning and advancing musical experience.


This choir program brings the power and discipline of quality choral music education as a vehicle to help children develop excellence in musicianship, self-confidence, social awareness and academic skills while setting the stage for continued active involvement in choral singing throughout their lives. Students who love to sing and are committed to learning are invited! Excellence in healthy vocal technique, music literacy, and choral part-singing skills all provide the context for learning in these ensembles for the beginner choral student, aged 8-14.

Rehearsals and Performances

Rehearsals are held weekly for one hour. There are 8 rehearsals in a semester and each rehearsal is held at the UCC in Plymouth, NH on Thursday from 6-7pm. This group enjoys many performance opportunities throughout the semester. If you are looking for the perfect opportunity to get your child involved in music - this is it!

About the Director and Accompanist

Jane Berlin Pauley, Choir Director

Jane Berlin Pauley received her B.M. in Voice Performance from the Mason Gross School of the Arts and her master’s degree from the New England Conservatory of Music. Further studies include Westminster Choir College, Manhattan School of Music, Aspen Opera Theater Center, and the Tanglewood Music Center. Her opera and concert engagements include Rutgers Summerfest, New England Lyric Operetta, Dartmouth Handel Society, and Longwood Opera. She has been on the faculty of Concord Community Music School since 2000 and taught voice at St. Paul’s School 2002-2006. She has also served as interim choir director at the Unitarian Church in Concord as well as the South Congregational Church in Concord and given master classes throughout New England. Jane has worked with numerous children’s choirs throughout the State of NH and is an energetic and engaging choir director.

Noelle Beaudin, Accompanist

For many years Noelle Beaudin worked as an independent composer in Boston and taught piano and music theory in the greater Boston area. She attended The Boston Conservatory of Music studying with Alfred Lee and John Adams, majoring in composition and piano performance and is a member of the National Piano Guild and MTNA. She currently teaches piano and composition from her studio in Center Sandwich, is the music and choir director for the Unitarian Universalist Society of Laconia and Music Teacher at the Sandwich Children's Center. She also regularly performs throughout the New England area as a soloist or accompanist and has been the featured performer at the Walker Lecture Series at the Concord Auditorium. She is the founder and Executive Director of the New Hampshire Independent School of Music and coaches the NHISOM Chamber Ensembles.

Email Noelle or call (603) 284-6550, online registration form will be available in late August 2018.

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