MUSYCA Children’s Choir

MUSYCA Children’s Choir is a vocal ensemble located in Los Angeles, California.  It was founded in 2010 by Anna Krendel and Mikhail Shtangrud.  MUSYCA (pronounced MUSIC-ah) is an acronym for Musical Youth of California.[1]

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MUSYCA Children’s Choir
Origin Los Angeles, California
Years active 2010 (2010)
Website Official Website
Musical artist

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MUSYCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, founded by Anna Krendel and Mikhail Shtangrud in 2010.[2] It holds several community concerts every season, typically at the end of the Fall and Spring semesters. The choir has appeared in major concert halls, performed on live TV, worked with symphony orchestras, and recorded music for film and television.[3]

MUSYCA has six divisions:  Kinderchoir (ages 4–6), Junior Chorus (ages 7–10), Melody Choir (ages 10–13), Harmony Ensemble (ages 13–18), Young Men’s Chorus (ages 13–18), and the Chamber Singers (SATB, ages 16–21).[4]

The music faculty includes Dr. Anna Krendel, Dr. Mikhail Shtangrud, Grace Doyle, Vanessa Palomino, and Cheryll Desberg.[5]

2013 Black Friday Orphans: The Musical

2016 Wonders of the Sea 3D

2017 Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

2017 Enchanted Christmas

2018 Boy Erased[6]

2014 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards

2015 Entourage-a-thon (Funny or Die)[7]

2015 Home and Family Show (Hallmark Channel)

2017 Fresh off the Boat (S4 E9: Side Effect)

2018 The Voice (NBC) (S15 E23)

2019 The OA (Netflix) (S2 E4: SYZYGY)

2019 The Wonderful World of Disney: Magical Holiday Celebration (ABC)

2019 Disney Parks Magical Christmas Day Parade (ABC)

2020 Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show (Fox)

2015 “Kingdom Come” and “Friends” from All We Need by Raury

2016 “Heroes Inside” from Beyond by Multiverse[8]

2016 “Family of God” from Love Riot by Newsboys[9]

2016 “A Billion Souls” and “Drag Me Along” by Alpine Universe[10]

2016 “Mr. Man” from Sincerely by Stephen

2016 “Today” from Atrocity Exhibition by Danny Brown

2017 “Be Easy” from To Dream by Timeflies

2018 “Easy” from Ella Mai by Ella Mai. Produced by DJ Mustard[11]

2018 “These Are the Magic Days” by Princess Superstar (feat. Musyca Children’s Choir)[12]

2018 “Scary World” from Scary World by Night Club[13]

2018 “C U When U Get There” by Alberto Ciccarini

2018 “Better Demons” and “Leech” from Generation Rx by Good Charlotte

2018 “Scary World“ from Scary World by Night Club[14]

2019 “Rave Teacher” by Scooter and Xillions

2019 “Up All Night” by Yung Bae, feat. Paper Idol

2019 “Things Fall Apart” by Ayokay

2019 “Blessings” by Slick Naim (feat. MUSYCA)

2020 “It’s Hard To Be Human” by Lawrence Rothman[15]

2020 Hollywood Park by The Airborne Toxic Event

2020 Workshop Jams by Build-A-Bear Kids[16]

2021 Donda by Kanye West[17]

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