4th Annual Only Men Aloud! Men's Festival
Calling all young men in grades 8-12! Join members of the CBC Cantabile Choir, singers from area choirs, and special guest clinicians for a day of FREE workshops and clinics. The day features Dr. Scott Finch (Director of Choral Activities at Covenant College) and culminates in a final concert with Voci Virili, a renowned men's choir from the Chattanooga region. All activities, sheet music, and lunch are provided at this event which begins at 9:00am on Saturday, September 26. The final performance is at 3:30pm in the chapel of Baylor School. All participants should register by Friday, September 18 to ensure enough materials for everyone. Click here to register or for more information.
Community Hymn Festival
Sunday, November 1
First Baptist Church, 4:00pm
401 Gateway Avenue, Chattanooga
Join the Chattanooga Boys Choir and a Festival Choir comprised of over 200 singers from the Chattanooga area. This year’s event ‐ themed Lost in Wonder, Love, and Praise - will include vibrant congregational singing, instrumentalists, and a brief message emphasizing and celebrating the role of music in worship.
53rd Annual Singing Christmas Tree
Saturday, December 5
Tivoli Theatre | 12:00pm and 2:30pm
709 Broad Street, Chattanooga
In its 53rd year, the famed Singing Christmas Tree program will be presented by the Chattanooga Boys Choir in the historic Tivoli Theater. Joined by members of Ballet Tennessee and student musicians from the Chattanooga Symphony Youth Orchestra, the choir will present holiday favorites from a variety of eras, traditions, and cultures. You will delight in the special emphasis on musical selections from holiday movies, with selections from White Christmas, Home Alone, The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, A Charlie Brown Christmas, A Chipmunk Christmas, and more!
Tickets on sale November 1
Tennessee Valley Voices Sings National Anthem at School Board Meeting
The Tennessee Valley Voices is a new ensemble sponsored by the Chattanooga Boys Choir. Comprised of teachers from Hamilton (TN) and surrounding counties, the choir aims to focus attention on arts students and educators in our region. The choir - directed by CBC Artistic Director Vincent Oakes - has been invited to perform the national anthem to open the Hamilton County Department of Education School Board meeting on Thursday,April 16. Anyone interested in singing for this event is certainly encouraged to participate. Click here for more information or to join!
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.
The Chattanooga Boys Choir is grateful for the support of these organizations and businesses:
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