The Houston Children’s Chorus, comprised of more than 200 children, will present folk songs from around the world, as well as songs of peace and unity in its Spring Concert. The performance will take place on Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 5:00 pm in the magnificent acoustics of Stude Concert Hall in the Alice Pratt Brown Hall at Rice University. Special guest choirs from the Chorus’ “Music In The Schools” program for inner-city schools will also be featured, including M C Williams Middle School, MacGregor Elementary School, Crespo Elementary School and Kipp Sharp Academy. The versatility of the Houston Children’s Chorus rests in their ability to perform a wide range of music from Motown to Bach, which has endeared them to audiences throughout Texas, the United States, and the world.
Conductor of The Colors of the World performance is Stephen Roddy. Stepheny Scott and Laura Taylor are the assistant conductors. Accompanist is Bryan Anderson of Rice University and St. Paul’s Methodist Church.
Known as Houston’s delightful, small ambassadors to the world, the Houston Children’s Chorus is celebrating 28 years this season. More than 5,250 children have participated in Chorus activities since its founding in 1989. Representing every ethnic and socio-economic group in the greater Houston area, the children perform more than 40 concerts per year, including for the President of the United States on 32 occasions, regular civic and cultural ceremonies for the City of Houston, the State of Texas and in concerts all over the world. Their favorite memories: recording a Blue Bell Ice Cream commercial, performing: with Josh Groban in the opening ceremonies of the 2004 Super Bowl, with Celine Dion in the old Compaq Center, for the World Economic Summit and with Maureen McGovern and Tommy Tune for the Gala Opening of the Hobby Center.
The Houston Children’s Chorus is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Stephen Roddy is the Founder & Director of the Chorus. The Chorus is accepting applications for auditions.
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