Pittsburgh Girls Choir (PGC) is a performance-based afterschool choral music education program and choir for girls in grades 1-12, providing weekly music education & choral rehearsal, and a concert season of local public performances as well as regional, national, and international tours. PGC offers an approach to music education rooted in the method developed by the Hungarian pedagogue, Zoltan Kodaly: a carefully sequenced curriculum which facilitates musical literacy using the same sequence as language/reading acquisition. The heart of choral music is creative collaboration, and PGC believes in the value of music education and performance as way to promote social equity, self-confidence, and artistic excellence through mentorship and service to others. Committed to access to all interested students through an income-sensitive sliding tuition scale, PGC believes that arts and music education are a vital part of the education of young people, and an irreplaceable element of a creative, open and equitable society.

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