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The Miami Children’s Chorus envisions a community where children can explore the joy of singing. The mission of the Miami Children’s Chorus is to provide a music education and performance program for youth age 8-18 in Miami-Dade County. The MCC seeks to continuously enhance the cultural life of South Florida by providing choristers and audiences with an organization that teaches respect, teamwork, commitment, collaboration, artistic integrity and dedicated effort. Learn more and get involved.

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When a culmination of a year's worth of artistic development occurs, you get the artistry and excellence of the Miami Children's Chorus like no other ensemble can perform. See and hear the young people of the MCC Sunday, May 20, 2018 4:00PM at the First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables – 536 Coral Way. Tickets can be purchased securely on the MCC website.

Reviews of their last show include: "The shows are really, really good. Keep it up.!" "I was very impressed with the whole concert." "Voices and music, excellent!"

See and hear it for yourself as each ensemble demonstrates the progression of excellence that occurs in the development of the voices in the MCC. Hear how some choristers have participated for ten years and the impact MCC has had on their young lives. With a healthy respect for the diverse cultures in our community, MCC pays tribute to them with the second performance of the commissioned works Réfugié Mon Frère and La Esperanze del Caminante.

Click the event calendar to purchase your tickets today for Let the Children Sing.

Stellar World Premier Offerings!

The MCC concert An Immigrant's Journey was highlighted by the stellar world premier performance of Réfugié Mon Frère (Sydney Guillaume) and La Esperanza del Caminante (Cristian Grases). The chorus sang with a passion and fervor that complimented the well-crafted commissioned offerings. They were complimented exquisitely by the Bergonzi String Quartet who opened the afternoon with a work by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Punto from Danzas de Panama by William Grant Still, and an arrangement by 1st Violinist Scott Flavin of Danza Ecuatoriana. Their magnificent playing displayed a high level of artistry and gave positive energy to the choristers.

An Immigrant's Journey sought to pay homage to communities often viewed in a negative light in our community. One audience member welcomed the intention by the MCC with: "The inclusion of songs in both French and Spanish; recognizing the Haitian community for their work and valuable asset to the community." Respect and empathy were our goals and we set a path to show that through this event.

Want to use your voice like a star? Then you should be a member of the Miami Children's Chorus. Request for new auditions are now being received for the MCC 2018-2019 Season. With new community projects, a children's opera featuring alumni soloists and singing at some of the best venues in Miami-Dade County, MCC is still the one for developing vocal excellence for youth age 8-18. Visit our website to learn how you can join the MCC 2018-2019 Season.