A Song of Peace: A Choral Concert Commemorating the International Day of Peace
Sunday, September 22 | 4:00pm | UTC-Patten Chapel
The Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts a special musical event commemorating the International Day of Peace, also known as “World Peace Day” on Sunday, September 22 in Patten Chapel on the campus of the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga.
Partnering with a special ensemble of local music educators assembled to expand the repertoire of this event, the choirs will present pieces from across different cultures, languages, and musical styles to promote the cause of piece through the powerful medium of music. Read more...
Members of the Chattanooga Boys Choir rehearse with the ensemble for the Peace Day concert
Only Men Aloud! A Festival for changed-voice singers
Saturday, October | Festival: All day, Concert at 3:30pm | Baylor School Alumni Chapel
The Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts its eighth annual Only Men Aloud! festival for changed-voice singers in grades 8-12 for a day of instruction, rehearsal, and performance. The CBC’s Cantabile choir joins local students in preparing selections under the direction of CBC staff and guest clinician Dr. William Powell (Director of Choral Activities, Auburn University) with whom they will perform in an afternoon "informance" program for parents and guests. Master classes with voice instructors and performances by Chattanooga Boys Choir Cantabile and the Auburn University Men's Choir. In order to have enough sheet music and materials for everyone, participants should register for the festival by Friday, October 11. Read more or register...
Christmas On Broadway: The 57th Annual Singing Christmas Tree
School Performances: Friday, December 6th at 10:00am and 12:00pm
Public Performances: Saturday, December 7th at 12:00pm and 5:30pm
Tivoli Theatre | 709 Broad Street
The program will include more than 100 members of the Chattanooga Boys Choir’s five component choirs, as well as guest artists from the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Youth Orchestra (Gary Wilkes, director), Ballet Tennessee (Anna van Cura, director), and the Metropolitan Bells handbell ensemble (Gary Bynum, director). The choir’s special guest performer will be Scott Coulter, a Chattanooga Boys Choir alum who has been honored as one of Broadway’s top performers in both theater and cabaret productions. In all, the stage will be graced with over 200 performers providing a splendid display of holiday music and dance for all ages to enjoy.
The theme of this year’s Singing Christmas Tree is “Christmas on Broadway,” as stage veteran Scott Coulter joins the choir in presenting holiday pieces made famous on some of the most musical theater productions. “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music, “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas” from Miracle on 34th Street, “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” from Miracle on 34th Street and “Toyland” from Babes in Toyland are just a few of the staples from Broadway holiday repertoire that will be featured. Read more...
Support the Arts in Tennessee
Did you know that you can support the arts with the Tennessee Gift-A-Tag Program by purchasing a voucher for a friend or loved one that they can use to pick out their specialty license plate!
GIFT-A-TAG vouchers are $35 and you can buy as many as you want—for your family, friends or treat yourself. Each GIFT-A-TAG is good for the purchase of a Specialty License Plate or the personalization of any license plate.
Members of the CBC at the ground breaking of the new Erlanger Children's Hospital with UT coach Butch Jones.
Chattanooga Boys Choir hosts community sing as part of #AVoice4Peace initiative
In 2017 and 2018, the Chattanooga Boys Choir hosted community sings to promote peace in and beyond the local community. The 2017 event featured 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. The 2018 community sing included Abbie Betinis' composition of Love Is Love, part of the recently released Justice Songbook. Videos of these events are included above and can also be found on the CBC FaceBook page.
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