The opera’s exquisite overture was exceptionally alluring, as was the later arrival of a spirit-raising group of children with heavenly voices who are part of Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly called the Chicago Children’s Choir), led by its outstanding chorus master, Josephine Lee.
Also meriting mention is the return of Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children’s Choir), which offers a moving song of thanks after children turned into gingerbread come back to life following the witch’s demise.READ MORE
Several groups performed at the ceremony including the Southern Illinois Children's Reunion Choir, the Illinois Air National Guard Band of the Midwest and Uniting Voices Chicago.
In the latest episode, we talk with an iconic Chicago-based children's choir that was created in a direct response to the civil rights movements to bring people of all background together.
Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children's Choir) joins the Steve Cochran Show to kick off the holiday season!READ MORE
The program keynote speaker this year is David Hall, president of the University of the Virgin Islands. Hall is also a distinguished legal scholar who is recognized internationally for his contributions to legal scholarship on race, social justice, leadership and constitutional law. The internationally renowned youth choral ensemble Uniting Voices Chicago will be the featured artists at the Commemorative Program.
The Chicago Children’s Choir has changed its name to ‘Uniting Voices Chicago’ to expand its goals and values as an organization.
The Chicago Children’s Choir has helped thousands of young people find their voice for decades.
"Through my work at Uniting Voices Chicago, I personally know that youths feel a sense of belonging when there is equitable access to safe, welcoming and brave spaces where they feel empowered to recognize and use their voices to drive social change in their communities."
Mirroring a mystical and epic storyline, the music of King Roger is lush, sweepingly Romantic, and calls for massive forces. [...] Apollo Chorus, one of Chicago's top volunteer choral societies, returns to the COT stage joining the chorus of King Roger and a chorus of children comes from Uniting Voices Chicago- the organization formerly known as Chicago Children's Choir.READ MORE
Chicago Children’s Choir is now Uniting Voices Chicago, a name that reflects the organization’s longterm mission to inspire and change lives through the power of music over the course of the past sixty-five years, the group says in a release.
CHICAGO (CBS) – Five hundred singers from Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children's Choir) are performing at Navy Pier Saturday afternoon.
The choir is kicking off their new show "Uniting Voices" and features singers ranging in age from 8 to 18.