Honoring Black History Month may look and feel a lot different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic. But there are still plenty of ways to celebrate.
The Chicago Children’s Choir is preparing for a special Black History Month concert, which will be held virtually.
Preserving and Persevering: featuring special collaborations with GRAMMY Award winners – Ms. Lisa Fischer, Ranky Tanky and Peter CottonTale
From online exhibitions to panel discussions, here are more than a dozen events hosted by museums and other cultural institutions
The Chicago Children’s Choir performed with Peter Cottontale and Chance the Rapper for a special inauguration edition of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.READ MORE
Chance The Rapper and Peter CottonTale join other Chicago artists for a performance airing on Stephen Colbert's inauguration night TV special.
Josephine Lee is the President and Artistic Director of Chicago Children’s Choir. Lee joins the show to discuss the choir’s upcoming performance this week for Joe Biden’s inauguration.READ MORE
Following the election of Kamala Harris as vice president in November, Chicago poet Leslé Honoré updated a poem she wrote in 2017 to celebrate the historic nature of Harris’ win.READ MORE
A special musical performance by Peter CottonTale, Chance The Rapper and Cynthia Erivo featuring the Chicago Children’s Choir, Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestra and Kofi Lost.READ MORE
The Chicago Children’s Choir rang in the New Year with an uplifting performance of “Auld Lang Syne” on NBC 5’s New Year’s Eve celebration show.READ MORE
Chicago Children’s Choir will present the CCC Fireplace Special, a free virtual concert of the Choir’s signature varied repertoire—from Macedonia to Mexico and Mozart to Mel Torme.READ MORE