The Riverton Children's Choir is a classically trained, community based choir
and admittance is by audition only. The choir was formed in January 2000 when Christine Mickelsen, Patrece Johnson, and Heidi
Christensen set out to create an outstanding cultural experience for the children in the Riverton area. The children sing
music from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic Eras, sometimes singing in Latin, German, French and Hebrew. The repertoire
is balanced with spirituals and popular selections for variety.
The Riverton Children's Choir has
performed at the 2002 Winter Olympics, Temple Square, the Provo Tabernacle, and the South Towne Expo Center. The choir was
invited to sing the winning entries in a music writing contest for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and has
performed side-by-side concerts with Voice Male, the Bar J Wranglers, Eclipse, Enoch Train, Jericho Road, Jon Schmidt, Noteworthy, Octapella, Aaron Ashton, and Alex Boye'.
Members pay a small membership
fee that includes their music, choir robe, and the music videos they make.