Spirito Singers is a treble choral organization made up of two auditioned choirs for 5th - 8th grade singers and 9th - 12th grade singers. Rehearsal sites are located in the western Chicagoland area.
Spirito Singers also proudly presents the Men of Spirito, an ensemble for men 18 years of age and older that performs stand alone and with our treble choirs.
The Birth of Extraordinary
With passion, dedication and exceptional standards, Spirito was begun in 2008 – with Molly Lindberg’s vision of creating a youth chorus of the highest caliber that would develop musicianship and vocal technique in young people. Molly trains using a challenging repertoire and offers valuable educational experience for all singers.
Spirito Singers opened its 12th season (2019-2020) with 225 auditioned choristers. The continued expansion of the Ragazze ensemble (5th – 8th grades) increases the geographic diversity of our ensembles – which now include singers from 61 schools in 31 communities around Chicago. The Men of Spirito is an auditioned ensemble for men 18 years of age and older.
Spirito offers young singers between 5th – 12th grades the opportunity to learn and grow through exceptional vocal and musicianship training, discipline and performance.
Weekly classroom instruction provides singers with curriculum based, multi-level music theory.
All ensembles cultivate citizenship by participating in service projects and community events.
Major concerts each year offer multi-generational performances as three ensembles join together for selected repertoires.
Our Board of Directors
The primary role of a Spirito Board Director is that of ambassador. In this role, the Board Director will act as an active advocate for the mission and vision of Spirito. They will make significant contributions toward the growth and future of Spirito, as an organization contributing to the health of our community, guiding the organization beyond its 10th anniversary. Click here to learn more about the Spirito Board of Directors.
Spirito is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.