Performing Arts

Performance is an integral part of The Country School experience. From singing in Holiday Concerts to delivering a monologue at the talent show, students experience being in front of an audience starting in Pre-Kindergarten. Upper School students may participate in the annual Spring Musical. The musical is attended by our larger Easton community and receives generous support from local business sponsors.

Upper School Chorus

The Country School Chorus was established in 2021. Any student in grades 5 through 8 may enroll. The goals of the chorus include: 

  • healthy singing and proper vocal technique
  • building musicianship
  • appreciation for a variety of music
  • basic to intermediate sight-singing and rhythmic skills
  • active and meaningful participation and community building
  • synthesis and application of musical skills 
Students may join the TCS Chorus for half a year or a whole year. 

  • The Fall session is a lesser commitment and introduction to the choir. It runs from September to December and includes performances at various TCS assemblies, The Festival of Trees, and TCS Holiday Concert. 
  • The Spring session is a greater commitment which focuses on building sight-singing and rhythmic skills as well as artistry in performance. It runs from January to June and includes performances at various TCS assemblies, the Eastern Shore Choral Directors Association Choral Festival, Music in the Parks, TCS Grandparents/Special Friends Assembly, TCS Awards Assembly, and TCS Graduation. 

  • Sound of Music
  • Rock of Ages
  • Dear Edwina, Jr.
  • Shrek
  • Mary Poppins
  • Aladdin
  • Peter Pan
  • The Little Mermaid
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • The Music Man
  • The Wizard of Oz
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • Once Upon a Mattress
  • Aladdin
  • Seussical the Musical
  • Just So
  • The Emperor’s Nightingale
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