TRI-CITY CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Serving the cities of Century, Jay, Flomaton, and the Escambia Counties of Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama.
Welcome to the Tri-City Children's Choir!
TCCC is a newly formed children's ensemble located in the town of Century in Northwest Florida. We serve young musicians in grades 2-6 who reside in the cities of Century, Jay, Flomaton, and other communities in the Escambia Counties of Florida and Alabama.
WHO WE ARE
What is TCCC?
The Tri-City Children's Choir (TCCC) is a choir of singers in grades 2-6 who reside in the Escambia Counties of Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama. Singers rehearse weekly and perform at several events throughout the community.
Who is involved?
TCCC is directed by Holley Driver, a respected music educator based in Century, FL. Her work, along with all of TCCC's operations, are fueled by the Pensacola Children's Chorus, along with generous support from philanthropic partners.
When does TCC meet?
Singers meet once per week on Thursdays. The Fall 2022 session will begin on October 6, with weekly rehearsals concluding on December 15.
Mark your calendars for our performance on December 16 at Century First United Methodist Church.
Where does TCC meet?
Weekly rehearsals occur on the campus of Century First United Methodist Church (530 Church St., Century, FL 32535.
Safety protocols prohibit parents and community members from regularly attending.
How do I sign up?
Click the link above to be directed to the registration form.
Due to our affiliation with the Pensacola Children's Chorus, please expect communications to bear their namesake.
With more than 15 years of experience in music lessons, Holley Driver provides award-winning instruction to students. She is motivated by her love of music and the passion to transfer her knowledge and skills to others so their creativity and talent can shine. Besides teaching piano, she is also a gifted musician and grew up playing and singing at First Pentecostal, Century, as well as numerous other concerts and venues. She taught in the Escambia County (FL) School District for over 15 years teaching music classes as well as producing and directing choral and musical performances that were received with many accolades. She also served as the choral director at Aldersgate United Methodist Church for 9 years during which the choir grew under her direction and leadership.
Miguel Aldahondo is the Associate Director of Community Programs and a proud alumnus of the Pensacola Children’s Chorus. A native of Puerto Rico, he moved to Pensacola at the young age of 12 and has been an active performer in the area ever since. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Vocal Performance from the University of West Florida where he explored many styles ranging from Opera to Chamber Music and also Jazz. He taught voice and piano at the Gulf Breeze School of Music for 5 years. He then became a music educator for the Escambia County School District where he taught general music at Warrington Elementary and was the Choir Director for Ferry Pass Middle School. When he’s not working with the children’s chorus, he enjoys being a part of the Olive Baptist Church praise team and performing at weddings and music festivals as a member of the band Nobius.
Rehearsals begin on Thursday, Oct. 6
Registration for Fall 2022 Opens
Registration for Fall 2022 Closes
Deadline for Triple-A Applications
Frequently Asked Questions
When and where does TCCC meet?
Rehearsals are on Thursdays from 4:30-5:15pm at Century First United Methodist Church (530 Church St.). For Fall 2022, rehearsals will start on October 6.
Who is eligible to join?
TCCC welcomes eager young singers who are enrolled in grades 2 through 6 in a K-12 public school, private school, or homeschool equivalent.
Is there an audition?
No, there is no formal audition, though your child may be asked to sing a few vocal exercises on their own from time to time so that Ms. Holley can get to know their voice. TCCC does not turn away any student who wishes to grow their talents!
Does it cost anything to join?
TCCC is a tuition-based program. Thanks to our Triple-A Commitment (Affordable & Accessible Arts), this program costs a minimum of $15/month (to a maximum of $65/month). Families may choose the monthly amount that works best for their household finances. Financial documentation may be required. You can find out more about Triple-A by clicking here.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
Sponsor the Choir
If you own or manage a business, there is no better way to show your commitment to the young people of your community by investing in the Tri-City Children's Choir. Your business will receive special marketing incentives which has the potential of reaching a regional audience of over 25,000 individuals in Northwest Florida and Southwest Alabama.
Support a Singer
The Tri-City Children's Choir is committed to ensuring that all eager children, even those with challenging financial circumstances, are afforded the opportunity to grow through music. Through your donation, you can direct your funds toward scholarships that will help ensure that all children have a chance to transform their lives through a powerful music education experience.