Public Programs

Boston Children's Chorus Concert: Choregie




Boston Children's Chorus

Join Boston Children’s Chorus for this performance featuring guest conductor Karmina Šilec. For thousands of years, humans have recognized the remarkable ability of sound, voice, and music to bring joy, give meaning, and connect us. The ancient art of chanting has long been embraced as a path to healing and enlightenment.

The Boston Children’s Chorus harnesses the power and joy of music to unite our city’s diverse communities and inspire social change. Their singers transcend social barriers in a celebration of shared humanity and love of music. Through intensive choral training and high-profile public performance experience – locally, throughout the U.S. and around the world – they learn discipline, develop leadership skills, and proudly represent the city of Boston as ambassadors of harmony.

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