"Through my work at Uniting Voices Chicago, I personally know that youths feel a sense of belonging when there is equitable access to safe, welcoming and brave spaces where they feel empowered to recognize and use their voices to drive social change in their communities."
Mirroring a mystical and epic storyline, the music of King Roger is lush, sweepingly Romantic, and calls for massive forces. [...] Apollo Chorus, one of Chicago's top volunteer choral societies, returns to the COT stage joining the chorus of King Roger and a chorus of children comes from Uniting Voices Chicago- the organization formerly known as Chicago Children's Choir.READ MORE
Chicago Children’s Choir is now Uniting Voices Chicago, a name that reflects the organization’s longterm mission to inspire and change lives through the power of music over the course of the past sixty-five years, the group says in a release.
CHICAGO (CBS) – Five hundred singers from Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children's Choir) are performing at Navy Pier Saturday afternoon.
The choir is kicking off their new show "Uniting Voices" and features singers ranging in age from 8 to 18.
'Our vision is to create a more harmonious world in a world that is still divided': Uniting Voices Chicago President Josephine Lee
The Chicago choir will perform a number of concerts in Egypt with the aim of bringing cultures closer, in cooperation with the singer Nesma Mahgoub, for 10 days in 5 cities in June.
전국적으로 유명한 시카고어린이합창단원들이 시카고의 중심에서 한국의 아리랑을 합창으로 열창해 주목됩니다. 감동주의!
Uniting Voices Chicago "Paint the Town Red."READ MORE
The choir performed several concerts during the past few days between the Egyptian Opera House and the American University in Cairo, with the participation of singer Nesma Mahgoub. Singing the national anthem in a great scene led to loud shouts inside the Egyptian Opera House and then the walls of the American University.
CHICAGO (CBS) -- Just after the Robb Elementary School massacre that left 19 children dead in Uvalde, Texas, Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children's Choir) will return to Millennium Park after a three-year hiatus – with their show "Paint the Town Red."
After a three-year hiatus caused by the pandemic, Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children’s Choir) will hold its legacy show at Millennium Park on Thursday.
Reset checks in with the choir ahead of its “Paint the Town Red” concert.
Voice of Chicago senior Whitney Shurtliff joins Director of Africana Studies Lonnie Norwood for a discussion about music and how it brings our singers together.READ MORE
WTTW caught up with Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children's Choir) at the Chicago Cultural Center and got a preview of what 's expected later this month featuring stories from singers Anyiah, Delaiah and others.READ MORE