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Boston Globe: Boston City Singers concert at Trinity Church

Boston Globe columnist Adrian Walker discuesses how music will help Trinity Church get back to normal after last week's events. Boston City Singers will join the Trinity Choir for a benefit concert at Trinity Church in Copley Square on Sunday, April 28, 2013. Donations will be accepted and divided between the One Boston Fund and the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute in Dorchester, which has been supporting victims of ­violence for years.

Read the article here!

 


BostInno: Opus Affair event to support Boston City Singers

Opus Affair has generously decided to support Boston City Singers at it's April Punch Bowl Fund event on April 23, 2012. BostInno has promoted the event in their What To Do This Week column, which has a special emphasis on supporting victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. We are grateful for all of the support for our singers and their families.


GlobalSign donates to Cambridge Children's Chorus

Kendall Square-based GlobalSign made a generous contribution to the Cambridge Children's Chorus, a division of Boston City Singers. To thank GlobalSign, the Cambridge Training Chorus ventured to the GlobalSign office to give a special performance in March. Read the press release here!


Amazing Opera Experience

Members of different divisions of Boston City Singers made up with children's choir for Boston Opera Collaborative's New England premiere of "Dead Man Walking." They had the opportunity to meet both the composer and Sister Helen Prejean, the author of the book Dead Man Walking that inspired both the movie and the opera. Read about this amazing opera experience here.

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BB&N featured one of the singers in the school news!

The Dedham Times wrote about the two Dedham students who were in the opera! Check out the photo here and the article here.


Opera Collaboration Impact Statement

Thirteen singers from four Boston City Singers divisions were cast in composer and pianist Jake Heggie’s highly acclaimed opera Dead Man Walking, staged in March at the Somerville Theatre by the Boston Opera Collaborative.

Read about the experience here!


Opera Collaboration: Where are they now?

In 2004, Boston City Singers collaborated with Revels in a memorable production of Benjamin Britten’s opera Noye’s Fludde. Almost 10 years have passed since the production. We are proud of the accomplishments of our six key cast members, five of whom remained in Boston City Singers until they graduated from high school.

Read about where they are now!



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