For its 2020 Year in Search campaign, Google enlisted Peter CottonTale to create the first original song for its annual look back.
Voice of Chicago ensemble soprano Anyiah Chase-Mayfield of Bronzeville hasn’t revealed to many of her friends that her voice is one of six from the Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) on the annual Google “Year in Search” film that will be seen and heard globally.
There was no public lighting ceremony this year, but a 30-minute virtual program “Millennium Park at Home: Chicago Holidays” (youtube.com/chicagodcase) features music performances by Chicago Children’s Choir, Sones de Mexico and Percy Bady with a tribute to Donny Hathaway’s “This Christmas.”
ALBANY PARK — The Chicago Children’s Choir is hosting a virtual open house for its Albany Park Neighborhood Choir on Dec. 8.
"I started singing with Chicago Children's Choir about three years ago. I just love CCC because they are fun, they love to dance and they love to jam!"READ MORE
Jamion Cotten of the Chicago Children's Choir talks about his song "Just A Dream" and the positivity he's trying to spread around the city during COVID-19.
Earlier this year, the Chicago Children’s Choir was busy coordinating some 5,000 youth meeting in various in-school and after-school ensembles throughout the region.
Reset checks in with the Chicago Children’s Choir to discuss their June 19, 2020 virtual call-to-action in honor of Juneteenth and Black Lives Matter.
Their beautiful voices echo throughout Chicagoland and now, the Chicago Children's Choir and honored alumni will be presenting a free live stream concert to honor Juneteenth. Choir alumnus Michael Preacely talks about it.READ MORE
Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC), a nationally recognized nonprofit founded in Hyde Park in direct response to the Civil Rights Movement in 1956, announces “A New Freedom: Black Voices Honoring Juneteenth in a Time of Struggle,” a free virtual concert of music and spoken word in honor of Juneteenth on Friday, June 19, at 6:00 p.m.READ MORE
Check out offerings from the Chicago Children’s Choir and a new Millennium Park at Home series.READ MORE
The phrase “paint the town red” may lack a certain luster these days with the pandemic curbing our ability to go out. But the Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC) is not letting COVID-19 stem their annual concert celebration of the same name.READ MORE