10 Years of Harmony

Celebrating 10 Years of Harmony, BCC enters a milestone season with more singers than ever before: 450+ singers in 12 choirs from 5 locations. Through a medium of song, BCC sends young disciplined leaders back into their communities. Participation in BCC requires spirit and hard work - something that has been reflected down through the years on stage through musical excellence.

The 2012 - 13 season is filled with bigger concerts than every before, special guests, re-branding and exciting new partnerships, and then rounded out  with a tour to Southeast Asia.

We would like to thank lead event sponsors such as Loomis Sayles and Citizens Bank Foundation, and yearlong partners able Banking. Our media partners: Boston Globe, Classical New England, MetroBoston and Dorchester Reporter. 

Partnerships, youth leadership and artistic excellence is both the formula and the result for impactful growth of the BCC program.

Some 10th Anniversary Highlights:

November 4th: Old American Songs, Jordan Hall.
New England Patriot Patrick Chung joined BCC on stage for his soloist debut as six of the twelve choirs from BCC took to the stage and performed classics from the likes of Alice Parker and Aaron Copland under the artistic direction of Anthony Trecek-King. A huge crowd turned out to the BCC season-opener, and sang along to the new BCC anthem "We Sing"

December 8th: Holiday Concert 2012, Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Boston.
450+ singers and 1600+ audience members were under one roof as BCC played their largest ever self-producted concert. Festive cheer, and sing-alongs were the order of that damp Sunday afternoon as BCC sent the crowds home with Holiday cheer.

January 21st: MLK: Content of Character, Jordan Hall. (2 & 7pm)
Boston's signature MLK celebration featured guest performers Melinda Doolittle and Cindy Blackman Santana in what was an evening of emotional musical excellence.

March 9th: Journey (with Henry Leck), Boston University's College of Fine Arts. (2 & 3:30pm)
Internationally recognized choral director, Henry Leck collaborates with BCC alongside BCC's educational partner, Boston University.

May 9th: Season Finale, Strand Theatre. (2 pm)
The curtain comes down on a milestone season for BCC at the grand old neighborhood theater.

May 31st & June 1st: A Boy Called King, ICA Boston. (7:30pm)
A world premiere choral/ dance commission by composer Daniel Bernard Roumain in an exciting new collaboration with the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

June & July,  2013: TOUR READ MORE
Months of singing and collaborating culminates in a tour of Vietnam and Cambodia.
 

We would like to thank our partners