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All-State Treble Chorus

The mission of the All-State Treble Chorus is to provide a quality honor choir experience for selected students in Grades 4 through 6 who participate in their school’s general music and/or choral programs. MMEA engages the very best conductors who are recognized for their expertise with children’s choirs. The conductors select repertoire appropriate for this age level. Repertoire is varied, of a high-quality, pedagogically sound, and engages the young singer to encourage age-appropriate and expressive singing.

For questions regarding the Treble Chorus, please contact Festival Coordinator, Matthew Buono

2023 - 2024 Treble Chorus Information

We are excited to announce that our Treble Chorus for 4th - 6th graders will be a teacher-recommended ensemble.  This decision was made by the MMEA Executive Board after reviewing the data from the membership survey sent out in the fall.  You can review the survey results at the following link


Thank you to Festival Coordinator Matthew Buono and Assistant Festival Coordinator Martha Robertson who have spent time connecting with other state music educator associations to learn about their procedures as well as that great work happening in Northeastern District Elementary Treble Choir.  The ensemble will feature 200 students with a formula that accounts for the total number of students within grades 4-6 of a given school building.  We are continuing to think deeply about expanding more opportunities for elementary and middle school grade levels in the next few years. 

Handbook: click here or view below


Registration: Registration is now closed. 

Registration Fee: $35 (Includes T-Shirt)


Sesere eeye, arr. Mark O'Leary 

How Can I Keep From Singing,  Ginger Littleton  

Three Quotes by Mark Twain,  Andrea Ramsey  

Patricia’s Meditation,  LJ White 

Feel Good, arr. Barbara Baker & David Elliott  

T’ink of Me, Traditional Jamaican 

Introductory Rehearsal:

Saturday, March 2, 2024
9:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.
Worcester T
echnical High School
1 Officer Manny Familia Way, Worcester, MA 01605

Dress Rehearsal:

Saturday, March 23, 2024
8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

Worcester Technical High School

1 Officer Manny Familia Way, Worcester, MA 01605


Concert Performance:

Saturday, March 23, 2024
1:00 P.M. and 2:00 P.M.

Worcester Technical High School

1 Officer Manny Familia Way, Worcester, MA 01605


Hotel: MMEA has acquired a limited amount of reduced-rate hotel rooms for educators and families participating in the All-State Treble Chorus. To access the special rate for the Hilton Garden Inn, utilize this link.   You can click "Edit Stay" on the top right of the booking screen to change the the dates of stay.

Conductor: Rebecca Kenneally


Rebecca Kenneally has been building choirs and directing theater for over 20 years in the Boston area, and internationally in Canada and Sweden. As the Chair of the Performing Arts Department and Choral/Musical Theater Director at Endicott College in Beverly, MA, she led the Endicott Chorus to victory in the television contest Sing That Thing! in 2017. Under her direction, the Youth Choir at Old North Church in Marblehead earned second place in The American Prize in 2011.  Kenneally’s previous appointments include conductor of GirlChoir,  a select high school ensemble at the Performing Arts at Lincoln School (now named Voices Boston), and the director of middle and high school choirs at Austin Preparatory School. She has prepared children's choirs for organizations such as the Boston Lyric Opera and the Boston Early Music Festival. In 2015, Kenneally was selected as an International Conducting Fellow to Sweden for the American Choral Directors Association. A frequent clinician, conductor, adjudicator, and coach in the US and Canada, Kenneally has presented workshops on youth choir warm-ups and recruitment for conferences held by ACDA, MMEA, and Salem State University. Kenneally holds degrees in voice and conducting from Northwestern University and The New England Conservatory of Music.

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