"I have listened to and worked with children’s choruses around the world and this chorus is one of the best that I've ever heard."
Now celebrating its 18th season, the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas (CCGD) is one of America’s largest and most prestigious youth choral programs, and serves as the official children's chorus of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Under the leadership of Artistic Director Cynthia Nott, CCGD is dedicated to providing Dallas-area young people with opportunities to study and perform choral music at the highest level of artistic excellence, in a group that reflects the region’s ethnic and economic diversity. CCGD’s nine choral ensembles serve more than 550 children and teens in grades 4–12, drawn from 35 communities throughout a 33-mile radius of downtown Dallas. Approximately 4,500 patrons annually attend CCGD’s season concerts, held at Dallas’ world-class Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. Through ancillary regional performances, national and international tours, and community engagement initiatives - including Outreach Chorus Tours, Summer Singing Camp, and learning partnerships with the Dallas Independent School District - CCGD extends the enrichment of choral music to up to 24,000 additional children, youth, and adults each year.
May 21-23, 2015
Meyerson Symphony Center
Dallas Symphony Presents
Mahler Symphony No. 3
Concert II Chorus Performing
Tickets Available HERE.
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