At BCC, we believe in the power of music to connect communities. In this time of physical distancing, we see this power at work in our virtual meetings and lessons.
To conclude our 19/20 season, BCC's singers offer Charles Albert Tindley's anthem of hope and resilience, "The Storm is Passing Over." Thank you for your dedication and commitment to BCC over the last year, and we can't wait to see you again in September!
BCC has partnered with 5-time GRAMMY award-winning artist Keb' Mo' (kebmo.com), to produce "Let Your Light Shine", arranged by Jeremy Fox. The song is a timely reminder that despite the challenges that the world throws at us, we all have the ability to make the world a better place, and share our light with the people around us. We are delighted to share the screen with choirs from around the USA, UK, Russia, South Africa, and Estonia.
Back for our fourth virtual choir release, BCC presents "Ain't No Mountain High Enough", arranged by Jeremy Fox. We are joined by Massachusetts born opera star Andrea Baker (www.singsistahsing.com) and choirs from around the world. This video is dedicated to the staff of Massachusetts General Hospital and all healthcare workers, working to make our world a safer place.
BCC Virtual Choir presents "We Are One" by Brian Tate, a song of hope, connectivity, and togetherness. We are delighted to be joined by singers from Children's Chorus of Washington DC, London Youth Choir, Princeton Girl Choir, Southend Boys and Girls' Choir, Piccoli Cantanti Choir of Moscow, Sine Nomine Choir from St. Columba's College in Dublin, and the Estonian National Opera Boys' Choir.
Boston Children's Chorus, in collaboration with Denver Children's Choir, Children's Chorus of Washington DC, Gondwana Choirs, Sydney, and Cincinnati Boychoir, presents "Rise Up" by Andra Day, spreading a message of hope and unity.