The Wye Parish Choir will be collaborating with Heidi Schultz, oboist, and Carey Miller, cellist, and Jeffrey Schoyen, cellist. Ms Schultz and Mr. Schoyen will join us at St. Luke’s Chapel. Ms Miller will be at St. Luke’s Chapel on March 30th at 9:15am.

On April 5th Wye Choral Scholar, Ashley Kitchelt, will be in recital at Trinity Cathedral in Easton, MD. The performance will be at 7:30pm and will feature Miss Kitchelt on the piano and singing. Open to the public free admission.

Please mark your calendars for May 10th. The Wye Youth Choral will be in concert at St. Luke’s Chapel at 7pm. Selections form the Sound of Music will include the full chorus plus solos, duets and quartets. Queenstown will be alive with the sound of music! Free admission.


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Support the Conservatory

The Wye Conservatory of Music is underwritten in large part by the generosity of the community. Please consider making a contribution in support of the conservatory, benefiting both the young people who participate in its programs and the community. Checks can be made payable to Wye Conservatory of Music and sent to P.O. Box 98, Wye Mills, MD 21679

Wye Choral Scholars

The first of our programs is the Wye Choral Scholars, in which a select, auditioned ensemble of Eastern Shore middle and high school students receive professional vocal training and rehearse and sing advanced music from diverse historical and cultural traditions.

The annual cost of supporting a Choral Scholar is ca. $1,650. Scholars receive monthly stipends of $80, of which $60 is invested monthly into accounts dedicated to each student’s future education. The balance is paid monthly to each scholar for music-related expenses.

The scholars’ responsibilities include weekly rehearsal, singing at a weekly church service, and participating in special services and performances throughout the academic year. Enrollment in the program is projected at 10 students.

Wye Youth Chorale

The second program is the Wye Youth Chorale. The Chorale is for young students that like to sing and perform, even beyond their schooling programs.

Such students may or may not have any musical experience, but are open to the challenge and learning of ensemble singing. The Wye Youth Chorale is open to students, grades 4-7, for the year’s choir season beginning in October and ending in May. The Chorale will learn a variety of repertoire to be performed in concerts throughout the year.