Chattanooga Boys Choir | FSU University Singers
Monday, March 13
First Baptist Church - Sanctuary | 7:00pm
401 Gateway Avenue, Chattanooga
In its second collaborative concert with a university choir, the Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts a joint performance with the University Singers from Florida State University. Hear the boychoir and the University Singers - regarded as one of the premier collegiate choruses in the country - perform separately and combined, including the Ukuthula featured in the fall 2016 AVoice4Peace movement. Admission is free, and an offering will be collected to assist with performance expenses.
Simmons-O'Neal Memorial Concert
Sunday, February 12
Ooltewah United Methodist Church | 3:00pm
6131 Relocation Way, Ooltewah
The Chattanooga Boys Choir and the Chattanooga Choral Society for the Preservation of African-American Song performed together in the 24th annual Simmons-O'Neal Memorial Concert. This event, which honors the lives and legacies of two outstanding music educators in the Chattanooga community, is a favorite of both choirs' performance calendars each year.
Singing Christmas Tree
School Performances - Friday, December 2
Tivoli Theatre |12:00pm
Public Performances - Saturday, December 3
Tivoli Theatre |12:00pm & 5:30pm
This year’s Singing Christmas Tree will be an incredible feast for the ears and eyes this holiday season! Based on the theme The Night Before Christmas, students will be treated to a re-telling of Clement Clark Moore’s classic poem narrated by WRCB Chief Meteorologist Paul Barys. The members of the Chattanooga Boys Choir, Ballet Tennessee, the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestra, and the Metropolitan Bells will “interrupt” Mr. Barys with musical interludes highlighting the classic story of awaiting a visit from Santa Claus. Traditional carols, favorite holiday songs, and Santa-inspired selections will put everyone in a festive mood for the holidays!
Rock City: Garden of Enchanted Lights
Friday, December 9
Rock City North Pole Lodge | 6:30pm
The Chattanooga Boys Choir will complement the amazing sights at the famed Rock City Garden of Enchanted Lights on Friday, December 9. Enjoy a hot cup of cocoa, decorate a gingerbread man, and enjoy the sounds of the holidays with the CBC Handel, Concert, and Cantabile Choirs.
St. Paul's Episcopal Church Advent Concert Series
Wednesday, December 14
St. Paul's Episcopal Church | 12:05pm
The Chattanooga Boys Choir will be featured in the 2016 Advent Concert Series at St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Wednesday, December 14. The choir will add to this impressive slate of performers with favorite anthems and carols from the holiday season.
Chattanooga Boys Choir | UGA Men's Glee Club
Friday, October 21, 2016
First Baptist Church - McEwen Chapel | 7:00pm
401 Gateway Avenue, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts a joint performance with the Men's Glee Club from the University of Georgia. Hear the boychoir and the men's choir from UGA perform together in this special performance! Admission is free, and an offering will be collected to help with travel and performance expenses.
Only Men Aloud! Men's Choir Festival
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Baylor School | event begins 9:15am; festival performance at 3:30pm
171 Baylor School Road, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir Tour Cantabile Choir hosts the fifth annual Only Men Aloud! Men's Choir Festival. Tenor and bass singers in grades 8-12 are invited to this FREE event on the Baylor School campus which will include a day of repertoire rehearsal and voice masterclasses designed to help young singers with their choral skills. Dr. J.D. Burnett, Associate Director of Choral Activities at the University of Georgia, will be the featured clinician for the day, and the University of Georgia Men's Glee Club will appear with the festival participants on the closing program.
The World Is Full of Poetry
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Chattanooga School of Arts & Sciences | 10:00am
Calvin Donaldson Environmental Science Academy | 1:15pm
The Chattanooga Boys Choir collaborates with local students in exploring poetry through song in this interactive performance. Settings of works by Emily Dickinson, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Robert Louis Stevenson, Langston Hughes, Ogden Nash, and others will be featured.
Let Justice Roll 2016 Summer Tour
The CBC Tour Choir presented songs of freedom and justice in appearances throughout the Southeast, including concerts at the civil rights museums in Memphis TN, Birmingham AL, and Atlanta GA.
Click here for a copy of the 2016 Summer Tour program.
June 5, 10:50am - Second Presbyterian Church, Chattanooga
June 7, 7:00pm - Chattanooga FC v. Knoxville Force, Chattanooga
June 8, 3:00pm - Graceland, Memphis
June 9, 11:30am - National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis
June 9, 7:00pm - Trevezant Manor, Memphis
June 10, 1:00pm - Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham
June 10, 7:00pm - Vestavia Hills United Methodist, Birmingham
with the Birmgingham Boys Choir and Cincinnati Boys Choir
June 11, 2:30pm - Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta
June 12, 11:00am - Morningside Presbyterian Church, Atlanta
June 12, 5:00pm - Homecoming Concert at Second Presbyterian
with the Young Voices of the Carolinas
Chattanooga Football Club vs. Knoxville Force
Tuesday, June 7
Finley Stadium | 7:00pm
1826 Carter Street, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir Tour Choir joined the lads on the pitch as they presented the national anthem prior to the start of the Chattanooga Football Club's match against the Knoxville Force.
Finale! Spring Concert
Thursday, May 12
Second Presbyterian Church | 7:00pm
700 Pine Street, Chattanooga
All five Chattanooga Boys Choir ensembles presented a concert wrapping up the 2015-2016 season.
Thursday, May 5
Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga | 6:00pm
5461 North Terrace Road, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir was honored to present a program of hope and healing in the observance of Yom Hashoah, the commemoration of victims of the Holocaust. The program, presented in combination with leadership from the Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga, included several poignant pieces such as Joan Varner's When I Am Silent, Inscription of Hope by Z. Randall Stroope, and Paul Caldwell's Ani Ma'Amin.
Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts community sing as part of #AVoice4Peace initiative
On September 6, the Chattanooga Boys Choir hosted a community sing of Ukuthula, a South African call for piece. This event was part of the #AVoice4Peace using song to raise awareness of peace in the community and around the world. Video of the event is included above and can also be found on the CBC FaceBook page.
Are you interested in joining the Chattanooga Boys Choir?
Did you miss our Open Houses in April? We would be happy to meet with you to show you around and tell you more about the programs the CBC has to offer. Send an email or call 634-2299 to make an appointment. Click here to learn more about joining the choir.
Support the Arts in Tennessee
Did you know that Tennesseans for the Arts has sponsored a new Arts licence plate? It is now available for purchase, and 90% of the revenue from the sale of these plates go directly to the Tennessee Arts Commission, of which the Chattanooga Boys Choir is a proud recipient of a Program Support Grant. When it is time to renew your plate, consider supporting the arts in Tennessee! click for more information
Chattanooga Boys Choir Performs at National NAfME Conference in Nashville
The Chattanooga Boys Choir was selected to perform for the national conference of the National Association for Music Education at the Gaylord Opryland Conference Center in Nashville. The choir was invited to perform for this gathering of music educators from all across the country.
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