Lift your voices

<b>John Von Rhein, music critic</b><br>
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Nothing stirs me from my Scrooge-like state more quickly than listening to a hearty round of Christmas carols sung by a good choir. You can do just that every Friday evening throughout the holiday season when one of downtown Chicago¹s happiest traditions, Caroling at <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLTRA0000109" title="Cloud Gate" href="/topic/arts-culture/cloud-gate-PLTRA0000109.topic">Cloud Gate</a>, returns to <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLCUL000188" title="Millennium Park" href="/topic/travel/tourism-leisure/millennium-park-PLCUL000188.topic">Millennium Park</a>. There, with candlelight reflecting off the surface of the "Bean," a different Chicago chorus each week will perform traditional seasonal fare.
The best part? You get to flex your pipes right along with them.<br>
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6-7 p.m. Nov. 28 to Dec. 19. millenniumpark.org
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( Illustration by David Cowles / November 16, 2008 )

John Von Rhein, music critic

Nothing stirs me from my Scrooge-like state more quickly than listening to a hearty round of Christmas carols sung by a good choir. You can do just that every Friday evening throughout the holiday season when one of downtown Chicago┬╣s happiest traditions, Caroling at Cloud Gate, returns to Millennium Park. There, with candlelight reflecting off the surface of the "Bean," a different Chicago chorus each week will perform traditional seasonal fare. The best part? You get to flex your pipes right along with them.

6-7 p.m. Nov. 28 to Dec. 19. millenniumpark.org

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