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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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Last Chance To Experience Song & Spoken Word

The Miami Children's Chorus will present the final installment of its community initiative Song & Spoken Word this Saturday, May 4th, 11:00 AM at the West Kendall Regional Library. If you haven't had a chance to attend you won't want to miss out. Each event offers new opportunities for people of all ages to experience the joy of singing while reflecting on the impact words can have. For more information please call 305.662.7494

The Miami Children's Chorus is gearing up for the final two concerts of the 2018-2019 season - The Little Sweep (a children's opera by Benjamin Britten) and Let the Children Sing (MCC's annual spring concert).

The Little Sweep will be presented at the Colony Theater in Miami Beach on Friday, May 31st. Written to introduce children to opera, The Little Sweep is a charming story about a group of children and their nursery maid who work together to free a young chimney sweep from...

When Timothy A. Sharp started with the Miami Children’s Chorus in 1988, then the Miami Choral Society, he directed the boy choir. No one could have imagined the lasting impact his work would have on the community. His appointment as Music Director in 1990 placed the organization on a trajectory of progressive artistry and excellence. It built on a foundation laid by former directors Paul Eisenhart and Lynne Gackle – to name a few. Mr. Sharp has provided us with 30 years of devoted service and we are indebted to his vision and commitment to the youth in Miami-Dade County. His work has given us a platform to build upon for continued progress. With sadness but gratitude, we announce the retirement of Timothy A. Sharp, effective with the close of the 2018-2019 Season.