***UPDATE - Due to the closure of Hamilton County schools and predictions of continued inclement weather throughout the day, CBC rehearsals for Tuesday, February 9 are cancelled.
National Anthem, UTC vs. Mercer University
Tuesday, January 5
McKenzie Arena, 7:00pm
The Chattanooga Boys Choir presents the national anthem prior to the UT-Chattanooga Mocs big Southern Conference contest against the Mercer University Bears.
Simmons-O'Neal Memorial Concert
Sunday, February 7
Westside Baptist Church - Alton Park (behind Bethlehem Center) | 3:00pm
4001 Hughes Avenue, Chattanooga
Join the Chattanooga Boys Choir and the Chattanooga Choral Society for the Preservation of African-American Song in an afternoon of song in honor of two legendary Chattanooga music educators, Edmonia Simmons and Everett O'Neal. This concert is free, and a goodwill offering will be collected to benefit the scholarship funds of both choirs.
Joint Concert with Duke University Vespers Ensemble
Sunday, March 8
First Christian Church | 7:30pm
650 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir and the Vespers Ensemble of Duke University (Brian Schmidt, Director) present a special combined concert in advance of their appearance at the Southern Division Conference of the American Choral Directors Association in Chattanooga. The Chattanooga Boys Choir will premiere two works by Ethan McGrath at this performance which will feature the composer accompanying the anthems.
Training Choirs Recital
Sunday, March 20
Hickory Valley Community Church | 3:00pm
2201 Hickory Valley Road, Chattanooga
Join the CBC training choirs as they present a special afternoon of selections showcasing their work and musicianship.
Thursday, May 5
Jewish Federation of Greater Chattanooga | 6:00pm
5461 North Terrace Road, Chattanooga
The Chattanooga Boys Choir is 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, will include 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. This program is free and open to the public.
Finale! Spring Concert
Thursday, May 12
Second Presbyterian Church | 7:00pm
700 Pine Street, Chattanooga
See - and hear! - all five Chattanooga Boys Choir ensembles as they present their concert wrapping up the 2015-2016 season. Each ensemble will present selections and will combine at the end of the program.
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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