Youth Choir

Do you like to sing? Do your friends encourage you to play/sing at school or at community events? Have you thought about joining your local church choir? Well, let’s help you out!

Whether you’re taking lessons or just starting out, you’re at the right place! The AACCWD is here for you from your very first step. Use all our available features on this website and www.aaccwd.com to help fuel your interest and help your journey as a church choir singer.

Each parish as a church choir and a junior choir that falls under the teachings of the Choir Director, Organist, and AACCWD Chairman under the Sinanian Youth Choir Program. Inform your local parish priest, parish council member, choir member, or deacon about your interest in singing OR message us right from this website. We’re here for you!

The Sinanian Youth Choir Program (SYCP) was established and named in honor of our first AACCWD Chairman, Dr. Ronald Sinanian. Dr. Sinanian, a DDS in trade, is also a professional organist who has served as Dean of the American Guild of Organists and resident organist at Saint Peter Armenian Apostolic Church in Van Nuys, CA. His early days were accompanied with apprenticeship under his late-mother Ms. Alice Sinanian who also served her church not only with music, but with love for the Almighty and fellow church choir members. Dr. Sinanian’s ground breaking efforts led to the establishment of the AACCWD and helped shape our organization into what we have become today.

The Sinanian Youth Choir Program will serve as the educational platform to educate, train, and recruit every new generation of young church-goers to the melodies and hymns of our sacred music. These junior choir members (aged 8-18) will have access to live & in-person educators, referential digital resources, and recurring workshops throughout the Western Diocese. As these individuals grow older, they will be immersed within the traditional church choir at their home parishes ensuring that our succession efforts are not only fruitful, but home to a new generation of church choir members, friends, and families.