Celebrate the holidays with community concerts performed by Boston City Singers
Youth music organization Boston City Singers will celebrate the holidays with community concerts on Saturday, December 16th, in Jamaica Plain, and Sunday, December 17th, in Dorchester.
The organization’s annual Winter Stars concerts will feature songs of hope and joy from around the world, performed by children aged 4 to 18 from Boston City Singers’ Jamaica Plain and Dorchester programs.
The Jamaica Plain concert will be held at 11:00 a.m. on December 16th, at Hope Central Church, 85 Seaverns Ave., and showcase the musical talents of Boston City Singers’ preschool and elementary school-aged singers, along with those of its newest teen choir, Harmony.
The Dorchester show will take place at 3:00 p.m., December 17th, at St. Ann Church, 434 Neponset Ave., and include performances by Boston City Singers’ Training Chorus, Cantare, Harmony, and Tour Choir, which recently completed a three-week summer music residency in South Africa.
Admission is free. Free-will donations to Boston City Singers’ Scholarship Fund will be accepted at the door.
Founded in 1995, Boston City Singers is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing music education and life-skills training to children aged four to 18, regardless of financial need, in the Greater Boston area. The organization’s programs in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain and Cambridge serve over 500 children from Boston’s inner-city neighborhoods and nearby suburbs such as Dedham, Newton, Milton, Cambridge, Arlington and Somerville. In addition to music instruction and performance experience, Boston City Singers also offers leadership training and academic support. Since 1995, 100% of our graduating seniors have been accepted to four-year degree college programs.