Treble Choir at International Choir Festival
KATHAUMIXW (ka-thou-mew) is a word from the language of the indigenous tribes that live in Powell River and means “a gathering together of different people.” More than 1,200 singers from around the world gather at this festival every other year to share their music, culture and friendship. Acceptance to KATHAUMIXW is competitive and based on choir’s performance videos.
The Treble Choir of Houston is an ethnically diverse group of forty young women that range in age from ten to eighteen. These remarkable young ladies manage to balance Treble Choir rehearsals and performances with their schoolwork, orchestras, sports, and other activities because of the love of singing and great friendship they find in this group. Learn more about this choir here.