The Concert Choir

Dom Cathedral Salzburg, Austria

"Oklahoma" - 2013



St. Peter's Basilica- Rome

St. Paul's Church, London

"Les Miserables" - 2010



Long Beach, Mississippi

At the Eiffel Tower in Paris


St. Mark's Basilica- Venice, Italy

Lucerne, Switzerland

Canterbury Cathedral- England


Long Beach High School Concert Choir

The Choir at Assisi, Italy

Notre Dame Cathedral- Paris

Eglise de le Madeleine- Paris


The Long Beach High School Concert Choir has a long and valued history of commitment to excellence.  As having been acknowledged as one of the finest high school choral programs in the South, the Concert Choir and it's additional ensembles, during the past 35 years, have received countless superior ratings at district, state and National levels.  In 1980 the Concert Choir performed a solo concert at the National Convention of the Music Educators National Conference.  The Choir has pursued cultural studies while performing for audiences in Canada, Mexico, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Spain, Switzerland, England, Scotland, and throughout the United States.  Iā€‹n addition to performing for Presidents Reagan and Bush, the Concert Choir was the first South Mississippi High School choir to perform a solo performance at New York City's famed Carnegie Hall as well as singing in St. Patrick's Cathedral.  The Choir, for over 25 years, founded and hosted the Gulf Coast Choral Festival- a festival that eventually became the largest choral festival in the state.

Most recently, under the direction of Terry Walker, the Choir performed at such world-renowned venues as St. Mark's in Venice and St. Peter's Basilica in Rome- the largest church in the world.  In June 2011, the concert Choir toured England and France performing in such venues as Canterbury Cathedral, St. Paul's Church, Eglise de le Madeleine, and Notre Dame Cathedral.  The Choir has performed large masterworks such as Mozart's Coronation Mass in C-Major, Gabriel Faure's Requiem and Haydn's "Missa Sancti Nicholai".

In June 2014, the concert Choir traveled to Europe performing in Switzerland and Austria.