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CCC NEWS

CCC Better Together Concert

On March 25, CCC will present its next concert, "Better Together". The performance includes music from Porgy & Bess along with songs with a message of peace and inclusion. See the Events page for more details. 

CCC Donates music library

Over its 20 year history, the Chicago Community Chorus has amassed a sizable music library. Due to space issues Dr. Hampton has decided to donate much of the music to any interested choirs.  Interested parties should email the choir librarian, SusanPlummer at splummer@chicagocommunitychorus.org.  

CLICK HERE to view a list of the titles available. 

 
Songs of the Season
Handel's Messiah
 

CCC and the CCC orchestra performed Handel's Messiah on December 3. 2022. The concert was presented live and also simultaneously live-streamed on YouTube. It is still available for viewing on the CCC Youtube channel if you missed it. Don't forget to subscribe!

CCC welcomes new members to their 20th season 

As Dr. Hampton and the choir prepare to begin their 2022-2023 season, they extend a hearty welcome to new members. Rehearsals for new members begin September 10 on the Northside and September 12 on the Southside.  Of course, CCC welcomes new members all year long.

CCC & the Illinois Philharmonic in two performances in 2022

The Chicago Community Chorus will appear with the Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra in two appearances this season. On October 15, 2022, CCC will perform a concert version of Porgy and Bess with the orchestra at Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights, IL.  The second performance will take place December 17, at the same location when the choir and orchestra join forces to present Handel's Messiah.  More information is available on the Events page. 

Composer Alysia Lee talks about "Say Her Name"

CCC performed a song entitled "Say Her Name" during it's 2021 Songs of the Season concert.  Composed by Alysia Lee, the song expresses the anger and frustration felt by many African Americans in the wake of the deaths of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and others . Listen to Alysia in her own words. Listen to this haunting refrain on our YouTube channel.  

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