On June 16, 2017 Palm Beach Children's Chorus performed at New York City's prestigious Carnegie Hall. We had the incredible opportunity to travel to New York City and perform at Carnegie Hall as part of the 2017 Choral Convergence Festival National Honor Choir sponsored by Choirs of America. We were so honored to be a part of this momentous occasion. Palm Beach Children's Chorus was one of only 11 children's chorus's from the U.S and Europe (the Czech Republic) to be chosen to perform under the direction of master conductor, Dr. Doreen Rao and composer, Tesfa Wondamegegnehu.
Our singers also had the amazing opportunity to participate in choral workshops with world renown composers, conductors and music educators at Queens College. We value quality music education at Palm Beach Children's Chorus. We believe that quality music education, has the ability to transform the world, one voice...one child at a time.
We would like to thank all of those who contributed and helped us make a difference in the lives of the 27 young singers who performed that night. We know that performing at Carnegie Hall is a once in a lifetime opportunity and one that they will never forget. Thank you!
WE ARE SO VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE HAVE BEEN INVITED BACK TO CARNEGIE HALL FOR AN ENCORE PERFORMANCE FOR SUMMER 2020!
Our Journey to Carnegie Hall!
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