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The Boston Children's Chorus has co-commissioned a piece by Daniel Roumain in partnership with the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston to celebrate its tenth anniversary.
The Boston Children's Chorus is traveling to the Vietnam and Cambodia in June and July 2013. Exact dates to be confirmed.
The 10th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tribute Concert
BCC is proud to present our 5th annual weekend of Professional Development for regional music educators.
BCC is proud to present their 4th annual weekend of Professional Development for regional music educators.
BCC's Spring Concert will be perfomed on May 5th at First Church Cambridge.
Our annual Holiday Concert Dec. 11 at Old South Church was a huge success. In addition to a sold-out audience, BCC welcomed Ron Claiborne and a film crew from ABC World News with Diane Sawyer, as part of a feature story about Founder Hubie Jones and the Chorus.
The Boston Children's Chorus is proud to share the news that Founder and President Hubie Jones was named as one of 10 winners of the 2010 Purpose Prize. The Purpose Prize recognizes social entrepreneurs over 60 who use their experience and passion to make an extraordinary impact on society's biggest challenges. Hubie was awarded the prize in Philadelphia on Friday, November 12, in a special ceremony.
On Monday, January 16th, the Boston Children's Chorus (BCC) celebrate the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We are proud to share details and news coverage of our participation in this special event on September 11, 2011.
The Boston Children's Chorus is traveling to the United Kingdom from June 27 to July 8, 2011.
The genesis of the Boston Children’s Chorus 2009 trip to Jordan goes back two years earlier when King Abdullah attended an event at the Harvard Club where the BCC was performing. *
The Boston Children's Chorus' reputation continues to grow as an inclusive, high-quality youth performance organization.
The Boston Children’s Chorus is proud to host world renowned, Venezuelan conductor María Guinand for a week of musical and community events.
On Monday, January 17, the Boston Children's Chorus for the eighth consecutive year celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in song.
In February, BCC chorus members took a featured role in Opera Boston's production of "Madame White Snake," the first major opera premiere in 40 years and based on the ancient Chinese myth of Madame White Snake, a serpent demon who transforms into a woman to fall in love with a mortal man.