Let the Children Sing

Let the Children Sing Sun., May 21, 2017 • 4:00 PM First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables 536 Coral Way Coral Gables, 33134 Be witness to what Arts Impressario Judy Drucker once ascribed: “The Miami Children’s Chorus is an invaluable asset to the cultural community of South Florida." Tickets – $25 General Admission | $10 Children (age 5-18), MCC Alumni and Senior Citizens [Senior tickets available through Golden Ticket Program] Click Add to Cart to get your tickets today.

Sing Miami – Sat., May 6, 2017

Poet Langston Hughes says, “To make words sing is a wonderful thing. Because in a song words last so long.” You can “…make words sing” when you join the Miami Children’s Chorus for Sing Miami Sat., May 6, 2017 – 2:00PM. Your voice will feel heavenly when you sing along with the angelic voices of the children of the MCC. In between the singing, experience poetry reading by a local special guest. The event is free but you will need a ticket. Visit to get your First Access Pass today.

Sing on the Beach – Sat., Feb. 25th

Saturday, February 25, 2017 • 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM North Beach Band Shell – 7275 Collins AVE • Miami Beach, 33141 Call 305.662.7494 for more information A sing-along celebrating the beauty and splendor of the outdoors in Miami Beach. Come bask in the sunshine and feel the breeze as we sing together. This event by the MCC is offered FREE-OF-CHARGE for children and adults.

Voices That Inspired A Movie

Voices That Inspired A Movie MCC welcomes the American Boychoir with their conductor Fernando Malvar-Ruiz. Hear the inspiration for the movie Boychoir which featured Academy Award and Oscar winners Dustin Hoffman and Kathy Bates. Sunday, February 28, 2016 • 4:00PM All Souls' Episcopal Church • Miami Beach, 33140 Tickets – $20 General Admission | $7 Children (age 5-18), MCC Alumni and Senior Citizens

Bring on the Boys 2017 – Sat., Feb. 4, 2017

A Workshop for Boys with Unchanged Voices Saturday, February 4, 2017 • 9:00AM – 1:00PM Miami-Dade College Kendall Campus • 11011 SW 104 ST • McCarthy Hall A registration fee is required for participation in this event. The fee pays for event t-shirt, music and a pre-performance snack. Contact the MCC at 305.662.7494 for more information.

Free Family Sing-Along – Sat., Jan. 28th

Join the Miami Children's Chorus for a free family sing-along Sat., Jan. 28th 11:30AM-12:30PM at the William F. Dickinson Community Center 1601 N Krome AVE in Homestead, 33030

Sing Miami w/Composer Sydney Guillaume

Mon., Jan. 23rd MCC will welcome Composer Sydney Guillaume to work with teachers in Miami-Dade County and members of the Miami Children's Chorus on Music of the America's. Sydney will give insight into his creative process as a composer and as a conductor.

Voices of Angels – MCC Annual Holiday Concert

Voices of Angels – MCC Annual Holiday Concert Festive holiday music for your listening pleasure! Sunday, Dec. 11, 2016 • 4:00PM Tickets – $25 General Admission | $10 Children (age 5-18), MCC Alumni and Senior Citizens [Senior tickets available through Golden Ticket Program]

Give Miami Day Thur., 11.17.16

Thur., Nov. 17th starting at midnight you can help support the youth of the Miami Children's Chorus. Your gift on #GiveMiamiDay will help with the following: (1) Our primary choral program offering for children age 8-18; (2) Artistry of Youth – providing performing and mentoring opportunities for MCC alums and (3) Sing With Us – ensuring access for all members of our community.

Artistry of Youth with MCC, Katarina Bakas, mezzo-soprano & Hector Mir, tenor

Past and present artistry and excellence will be on full display as the Miami Children's Chorus presents Artistry of Youth with Guest Artists Katarina Bakas, mezzo-sporano and Hector Mir, tenor. We are excited to welcome these former members of the MCC to share the stage with us in solo, duet, trio and ensemble. Sun., Nov. 6, 2016 • 4:00PM at All Souls' Episcopal Church – 4025 Pine Tree DR, Miami Beach, 33140. A program of classical music featuring Bach and Pergolesi will be performed with music by Gloria Estefan, Josh Groban and Michael Jackson. Hear the past and future at its best in these young voices.