Now celebrating its 15th year, the Children's Chorus of Washington (CCW) is recognized around the country for its program and artistic excellence. Comprising three ensembles, the Treble, Bel Canto and Concert Choruses, CCW boasts over 170 young singers, ages 9-18, hailing from over 100 public and private schools in the greater Washington DC area.
Sunday, May 8th at 4pm in National City Christian Church, CCW presents its 15th Anniversary and CD release spring concert. Two weeks later, on Sunday, May 22nd, CCW's Concert Chorus joins the Choral Arts Society of Washington for their "Northern Lights" concert of Scandinavian music at the Kennedy Center. Classical WETA's Deb Lamberton spoke with CCW founder and Artistic Director Joan Gregork.
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