Milton teen to perform with Boston Pops

Patriot Ledger, May 6, 2018By Patriot Ledger staff Milton teenager Sam Higgins will sing with the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall on June 6. Sam, 15, is one of three winners of the 10th annual Fidelity Investments Young Artists Competition, a state-wide competition for high school students. They will perform with maestro Keith Lockhart and…

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Volunteers find unity, purpose at One Boston Day happenings

By Daniel Sheehan, Reporter StaffDorchester Reporter — April 18, 2018 Hundreds of volunteers gathered on Sunday at IBEW Local 103 in Dorchester to celebrate One Boston Day, a city-sponsored commemoration of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that seeks to channel the “Boston Strong” ethos into a citywide day of service. Sunday’s event in Dorchester, organized by…

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Seen & Heard

Nano Interview with Jane Money of Boston City SingersMassachusetts Cultural Council Name: Jane MoneyOrganization: Boston City SingersTitle: Founding Artistic DirectorYears in the Field: 30 What do you do at Boston City Singers?I do pretty much everything! I conduct several of our choirs, including the most advanced, Tour Choir. I enjoy meeting with our donors, creating new arrangements of music…

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Cambridge Community Foundation announces fall grants

Cambridge Chronicle & TAB — December 13, 2016 — Grants addressing a wide range of issues touching the lives of local residents and the Cambridge community as a whole were announced by Cambridge Community Foundation’s board of overseers at its Dec. 7 meeting. One late addition to the list is a $10,000 grant to establish a fund in…

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Boston City Singer Wins Med School Scholarship

Dorchester Reporter, December 1, 2016 Dorchester native and Boston City Singers alumna Gillian Chase has been awarded a Joseph Collins Foundation Scholarship to further her studies at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The scholarship is awarded to medical students based on academic achievement, financial need and a demonstrated interest in the arts. Gillian sang…

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Lexington pianist wins Young Artist Competition

Lexington Minuteman, November 29, 2016 Pianist Khoi Le, 13, of Lexington, under the direction of Richard Pittman, won the New England Philharmonic’s 22nd Young Artist Competition. As the winner, Le will perform the first movement of Camille Saint-Saëns’ “Piano Concerto No. 2” in G minor at NEP’s annual Family Concert, to be held at 3…

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Men and Fellas Tour the British Isles

The Boston Musical IntelligencerOctober 10, 2016by Geoffrey Wieting In this most Celtic of American cities, a program of music from the British Isles makes a logical offering from one of its plethora of choral ensembles. Laden with diverse styles and dialects from a wide range of composers as well as a world premiere, Renaissance Men stepped…

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More good news!

In anticipation of our 44-voice Tour Choir’s 3-week residency in South Africa in 2017, we are focusing on extensive peer leadership training as part of our youth development programs.  To assist in funding these efforts, we submitted a proposal to Hostelling USA for support. This all-inclusive award allows for 17 Boston City Singers’ teenaged peer​ leaders…

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