Earlier this year, the Chicago Children’s Choir was busy coordinating some 5,000 youth meeting in various in-school and after-school ensembles throughout the region.
Reset checks in with the Chicago Children’s Choir to discuss their June 19, 2020 virtual call-to-action in honor of Juneteenth and Black Lives Matter.
Their beautiful voices echo throughout Chicagoland and now, the Chicago Children's Choir and honored alumni will be presenting a free live stream concert to honor Juneteenth. Choir alumnus Michael Preacely talks about it.READ MORE
Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC), a nationally recognized nonprofit founded in Hyde Park in direct response to the Civil Rights Movement in 1956, announces “A New Freedom: Black Voices Honoring Juneteenth in a Time of Struggle,” a free virtual concert of music and spoken word in honor of Juneteenth on Friday, June 19, at 6:00 p.m.READ MORE
Check out offerings from the Chicago Children’s Choir and a new Millennium Park at Home series.READ MORE
The phrase “paint the town red” may lack a certain luster these days with the pandemic curbing our ability to go out. But the Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) is not letting COVID-19 stem their annual concert celebration of the same name.READ MORE
For 10 years, the beloved Chicago Children’s Choir, the nationally recognized non-profit organization that inspires youth to become global citizens through music, has hosted its popular free “Paint the Town Red” concert celebration at Millennium Park, featuring some 5,000 young singers from all Chicago zip codes, alongside special guest artists.
The TV production’s subtitles also help considerably, enabling listeners to decode the avalanche of sound coming from Vocality and the Chicago Children’s Choir, sensitively directed by Josephine Lee.READ MORE
The rehearsal, led by their conductor Lonnie Norwood Jr., was one of the last before the group participates in the Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) annual Black History Month concert at Symphony Center.
The Chicago Children’s Choir hosted Red Jacket Optional, its signature fundraiser, Oct. 18 at The Geraghty.
The Chicago Children’s Choir, under the direction of Josephine Lee, brought much-needed rays of sunlight to this story.READ MORE
The first concert, on Friday night, brought together 398 instrumentalists and vocalists (the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, the Milwaukee Symphony Chorus, the Chicago Children’s Choir and eight operatic soloists), for a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 (hyperbolically subtitled “Symphony of a Thousand”).