The 36-year-old composer, who sang with the Chicago Children’s Choir starting at age 5, credits the group’s social-justice focus for inspiring Sound From the Bench, his piece about corporate personhood that was a finalist for last year’s Pulitzer Prize in music.
CHICAGO - Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) today announced the Bucktown community as the location for the organization’s newest Neighborhood Choir.READ MORE
NBC 5’s LeeAnn Trotter has the details on the choir’s mission to “to inspire and change lives through music,” especially during the month of February.READ MORE
The Chicago Children’s Choir kicked off its annual Black History Month concert series Monday at the Symphony Center.READ MORE
CHICAGO (WLS) - This year, the Chicago Children's Choir celebrated Black History Month the best way it knows how, through song.
Since 2013, the Englewood Neighborhood Choir has featured children from Englewood and surrounding neighborhoods.READ MORE
On Dec. 19 , the Fulcrum Point New Music Project will join forces with the JuJu Exchange jazz quartet, Chicago Children’s Choir, poets from Young Chicago Authors and the Poetry Foundation, plus an array of hip-hop performers, for the world premiere of “Price of Peace” at the Harris Theater.READ MORE
CHICAGO -- Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) announced today that they are the recipient of a corporate grant from Allstate Insurance Company, guaranteeing $50,000 in direct support of CCC’s premier ensemble, Voice of Chicago.
Ted Hearne’s collaborative new work at the Brooklyn Academy of Music puts a personal spin on gentrification, privilege and inequality.READ MORE
CHICAGO - Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) President and Artistic Director Josephine Lee will be presented the 2018 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts National Committee for the Performing Arts (NCPA) Award for Arts Advocacy at their annual meeting in Chicago.
One sure sign the fall music season is upon us: The rush of melody that engulfed Millennium Park on Friday evening.